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Ethnocultural Diversity

Ethnocultural Diversity

During World War I about 3500 [North American] Indians, over 1000 blacks, and several hundred Chinese and Japanese enlisted in the Canadian forces.”
Source:  Walker, James W St G. (1989). Race and recruitment in World War I: Enlistment of visible minorities in the Canadian Expeditionary Force. Canadian Historical Review, 70(1), 1-26.

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