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Plaques recall Ukrainian internees

Labelled 'enemy aliens' during WW1

Lesia Szwaluk, executive director of the Shevchenko Foundation, says the internment of eastern Europeans during the First World War is an important part of Canadian history.

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Lesia Szwaluk, executive director of the Shevchenko Foundation, says the internment of eastern Europeans during the First World War is an important part of Canadian history. Photo Store

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