The Department of History and the Frost Centre for Canadian Studies at Trent University present
The 2009 WL Morton Lecture
Humour and the Canadian Great War Soldier
November 18, 2009 Dr. Tim Cook
Trent alumnus Dr. Cook is the First
Trent University World War historian at the Canadian
War Museum and an Adjunct Research
Symons Campus Professor at Carleton. His new book,
DNA Building, B110 The Madman and the Butcher: Sir Sam
Hughes, Sir Arthur Currie, and their
War of Reputations, will be published in 2010.
This lecture was named in honour of W.L. Morton, He is a frequent commentator in the media and
the Canadian historian and former Master of lives in Ottawa with his wife and three daughters.
Trent’s Champlain College.
To view this document in an accessible format,
please visit www.trentu.ca
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