Title: Canada and Her Soldiers, 1919
Author:
Source: Archives of Manitoba, P4453A, South Dakota Historical Society File 2
Page 5 of 10

Transcription

The following are the headings under which the
information has been grouped:--
(1) POINTS APPLICABLE FROM THE TIME OF
EMBARKATION until final discharge in Canada,
the transportation of soldiers’ wives and fami-
lies; a statement of the War Service
Gratuities; demobilization dispersal areas.
(2) THE DEPARTMENT OF SOLDIERS’ CIVIL RE-
ESTABLISHMENT; what it does and how it
does it.
(3) THE SOLDIER SETTLEMENT BOARD, with a
statement of the provisions made for the
acquisition of land, the obtaining of loans and
the preparation of soldiers to enable them to
become successful farmers; plans of Pro-
vincial Governments.
(4) THE DOMINION POLICY, PLANS AND PROJECTS
which will help to provide increased openings
for employment.
(5) THE KHAKI UNIVERSITY and its plans for
giving educational assistance.
(6) VOLUNTARY WAR ORGANIZATIONS; proposals
by the Canadian Patriotic Fund, the Y.M.C.A.,
the Churches, and other bodies for continued
service to soldiers.
(7) A BUREAU OF INFORMATION OF SOLDIERS.
5

Digital Resources on Manitoba History