American Women Rebuilding France
Vintage photographs and rare silent film footage bring to life the extraordinary work undertaken between 1917 and 1924 by 350 American women – all volunteers – who left comfortable lives in the United States to help the war-ravaged civilian population of northeastern France.
Man and Machine
An often untold story, Man & Machine explores the Great War through the eyes of the German soldier.
Canadian War Posters
The Museum and Memorial’s extensive collection of colorful Canadian war posters share the social and political messages that spread throughout Canada from 1914-1919.
Panthéon de la Guerre
Trace the history of the famous mural housed in Memory Hall through photographs, video and original wartime paintings.
Discover the important role of sports in the lives of servicemen during the First World War.
Harmonies of the Homefront
Explore how the music of the Great War era acted as a unifying force by supporting patriotic engagement with the war effort at home and rallying the troops abroad. Experience the era through musical artifacts including sheet music covers, lyrics, recordings, pictures of music-making and the sounds of the music itself.