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Interesting Artifacts:

Gas Mask

[i] "Poison Gas in World War II: British Gas Masks." Historical Boys' Clothing. http://histclo.com/essay/war/ww2/air/gas/brit/w2b-gm.html(accessed February 25, 2011).

[ii] Mandy Barrow, "Gas Masks During the War." Britain Since the 1930s. http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/Homework/war/gasmasks.htm(accessed February 25, 2011).

[iii] "Poison Gas in World War II: British Gas Masks."

[iv] "Poison Gas in World War II: British Gas Masks."

[v] "Poison Gas in World War II: British Gas Masks."

[vi] Barrow.

Navy Whistle

[i] “Navy Life: Boatswain Call.” Navy Life. http://readyayeready.com/navy-life/boatswains-call.htm (accessed February 18, 2011).

[ii] Michelle Daveluy, “Communicating Among Linguistic Communities Onboard a Canadian Navy Ship.” University of Alberta. http://www.ualberta.ca/~mdaveluy/Daveluy_APLA.pdf (accessed February 18, 2011).

[iii] Daveluy.

[iv] “Navy Life: Boatswain Call.”

Saddle

[i] Rebecca Colnar, Saddle Fitting Savvy. http://www.petcaretips.net/saddle_fitting.html (accessed February 23, 2011).

[ii] "8 Recce History." The Shellfire News 41. http://members.shaw.ca/the8recce/8_recce_history.htm (accessed February 23, 2011).

[iii] Colnar.

[iv] "1902 Universal Pattern Saddle." CEF Equipment, Kaiser Bunker. http://www.kaisersbunker.com/cef/equipment/cefe25.htm (accessed February 23, 2011).

[v] Colnar.

[vi] "1902 Universal Pattern Saddle."

Stretcher

[i] Peter O’Meara, and Scott Devenish, "Sir Neville Howse (VC), Private John Simpson Kirkpatrick and Private Martin O'Meara (C) and their Contributions to Australian Military Medicine." Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care 8.1 (2010) http://www.jephc.com/full_article.cfm?content_id=560. (accessed September 23, 2011).

[ii] "Artifacts Canada." Virtual Museum of Canada. http://www.museevirtuel-virtualmuseum.ca/Search.do?ig=on&R=IMAGES_AASG1985.001.010&lang=en(accessed March 4, 2011).

[iii] "WWII Litters." Olive-Drab. http://www.olive-drab.com/od_medical_ww2_litters.php (accessed March 4, 2011).

[iv] “WWII Litters.”

[v] Harold Russell, "24th Canadian Field Ambulance Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps." Canadian Military History 8.1 (1999): 65-74. http://www.wlu.ca/lcmsds/cmh/back%20issues/CMH/volume%208/Issue%201/Russell%20-%2024th%20Canadian%20Field%20Ambulance%20-%20Royal%20Canadian%20Army%20Medical%20Corps.pdf.

[vi] Russell, 67.

[vii] “WWII Litters.”

Whip

[i] "The Camps: 1941-1942." Holocaust Timeline. http://fcit.usf.edu/HOLOCAUST/timeline/camps.htm (accessed March 1, 2011).

[ii] Douglas Cramer, Dachau 1945: The Souls of All Are Aflame. http://www.antiochian.org/book/export/html/16052 (accessed March 1, 2011).

[iii] "Directory of Major Concentration Camps." Museum of Tolerance: Multimedia Learning Center. http://motlc.wiesenthal.com/site/pp.asp?c=gvKVLcMVIuG&b=394731 (access March 1, 2011).

[iv] Cramer.

Joseph Ready Letter

[i] A History of Kensington (Kensington: The Lion’s Club of Kensington, 1973), 104.

[ii] A History of Kensington, 105.

Kapyong Battle

[i] Herbert C. Pitts, The Korea Veterans Association of Canada Memorial Book: Korean War, 1950-53 and Peacekeeping, 1953-5.( Toronto: University Press, Wall of Remembrance Committee, Unit 57, 1997), 4.

[ii] Pitts, 3.

[iii] David Coveney, “At Kapyong on April 24, 1951, Canadian Troops Made A Memorable Fighting Debut in Korea.” Military History 18, no. 1 (April 2001): 70.

[iv] Coveney, 72-73.

[v] Kensington Legion History Research Committee. The History of Kensington Branch #9, 1976-2004. Unpublished, 2004, 8.

Local Veteran Interview

[i] Wally Thompson, interview by Colin MacIntyre, Kensington, PE, January 24, 2011 and February 6, 2011.

Operation Teapot

[i] Robert A. Divine, Blowing on the Wind: The Nuclear Test Ban Debate. 1954-1960 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1978), 41.

[ii] “Operation Teapot.” Defense Threat Reduction Agency. http://www.dtra.mil/documents/ntpr/factsheets/Teapot.pdf (accessed September 13, 2011).

[iii] Divine, 42.

[iv] Mary MacKay, “The Big Bang.” The Guardian, 26 March 2005, sec. C, p. 1.

[v] “Operation Teapot.” Defense Threat Reduction Agency.

[vi] Mary MacKay, “The Big Bang.” The Guardian, 26 March 2005, sec. C, p. 1.

Prince Edward Island and War

[i] “Canada & The South African War, 1899-1902.” Canadian War Museum. http://www.civilization.ca/cwm/exhibitions/boer/boerwarhistory_e.shtml (accessed September 13, 2011).

[ii] Edward MacDonald, If You’re Stronghearted: Prince Edward Island in the Twentieth Century (Charlottetown: Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation, 2000), 32.

[iii] MacDonald, 78.

[iv] Boyde Beck and Edward MacDonald, Everyday and Extraordinary: Almanac of the History of Prince Edward Island (Charlottetown: Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation, 1999), 89.

[v] Beck, 91.

[vi] MacDonald, 187.

[vii] MacDonald, 191.

[viii] MacDonald, 197.

[ix] Beck, 110.

[x] MacDonald, 222.

[xi] Herbert C. Pitts, The Korea Veterans Association of Canada Memorial Book: Korean War, 1950-53 and Peacekeeping, 1953-56 (Toronto: University Press, Wall of Remembrance Committee , Unit 57, 1997), 3-5.

[xii] Beck, 115.

Veteran's Memorial Gardens

[i] Kensington Legion History Research Committee. The History of Kensington Branch #9, 1976-2004. Unpublished, 2004, 11.

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