World War 1, Reports

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Moxham's Castle - Once a Proud Structure

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  • 1993

Item is a report titled "Moxham's Castle - Once a Proud Structure," written by Wanda Walker. It provides a history of the castle, including a brief coverage on the period of time during World War 1 when it was used as a military hospital. Much of the information within the report was gathered from an interview with Gabrielle Walker.

Naval Air Station: North Sydney, 1918

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  • 2008

Item is a report titled "Naval Air Station: North Sydney 1918," written by Peter E. Lawson. The report outlines the experiences and issues that faced American servicemen who assembled a naval air station in North Sydney and patrolled Canadian waters off Cape Breton Island in search of German submarines that threatened merchant ship convoys in the fall of 1918. The report includes copies of photographs, and a list of the North Sydney naval station staff.

Second Battalion: The Nova Scotia Highlanders (Cape Breton) 1871-1985

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  • 1985

Item is a report titled "2nd Battalion: The Nova Scotia Highlanders (Cape Breton) 1871-1985," written by Col. I.D. MacIntyre. The report provides information about the history of the Nova Scotia Highlanders, and outlines their contribution during World War 1, including the raising of battalions and the battles in which said battalions participated.

Sydney, Nova Scoia and the U-Boat War, 1918

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  • 1998

Item is a report titled "Sydney, Nova Scotia and the U-Boat War, 1918," which was written by Brian Tennyson and Roger Sarty. The report focuses on actions taken to protect the waters around industrial Cape Breton, and the experiences of servicemen and the citizens who interacted with them.

The Northside Militia - 1800-1950 - With an Emphasis on Sydney Mines

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  • 10 April, 1990

Item is a report titled "The Northside Militia - 1800-1950 - With an Emphasis on Sydney Mines," written by Cheryl Keagan. The report provides information about the militia composed of men from North Sydney and Sydney that served between the years 1800 and 1950, and includes information about the units in which Sydney Mines militiamen served in during World War 1 and those who stayed at home to protect the island.

Victoria Park and the Army: The First Two Centuries

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  • 1984

Item is a report titled "Victoria Park and the Army: The First Two Centuries," written by Colonel I.D. MacIntyre. The report focuses on the history of Victoria Park Armories since their formation, and provides information about Cape Breton men who enlisted for service during World War 1.