Canadians entered World War One viewing armed conflict as a
majestic affair. What they discovered was that life in the trenches
was grim and the slaughter unimaginable. With victory hanging in
the balance, officials at home began propping up notions of the
conflict-and of the enemy-that sometimes had little to do with
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