WW1 Symposium – Toronto – 28 September

On Sunday September 28, 2014 the Regimental Museum of The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada and the 15th Battalion CEF Memorial Project (48th Highlanders of Canada) present a symposium on the First World War featuring acclaimed authors and presenters on the Great War:

  • Andy Robertshaw: Digging the Trenches
  • Robert Konduros and Richard Parrish: WW1: A Monumental History
  • Norm Christie: For King and Empire
  • Jack Granatstein: The Greatest Victory: Canada’s One Hundred Days, 1918
  • The event will be held at Moss Park Armoury, 130 Queen Street East, Toronto, M5A 1R9 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Seating is limited to 100 attendees so make sure you register early!
  • The cost is $65 which includes lunch, featuring some of the recipes from Robertshaw’s book, Feeding Tommy: Battlefield Recipes from the First World War
  • A chance to view the regimental messes of two historic regiments
  • There will also be book signings, dealers, and artifacts
  • On-line payment at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/first-world-war-symposium-tickets-4340715196