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CFWWIRF Media Release – September 17, 2013

OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE PARKS CANADA NATIONAL INTERNMENT EXHIBIT, ENEMY ALIENS, PRISONERS OF WAR: CANADA’S FIRST WORLD WAR INTERNMENT OPERATIONS 1914 TO 1920.

 

Banff, Alberta – September 13, 2013 marked the official of the opening of the

Parks Canada National Internment Exhibit, Enemy Aliens, Prisoners of War:Canada’s First World War Internment Operations 1914 to 1920 at Cave and Basin National Historic Site, Banff National Park. Cave and Basin was one of the 24 internment camps that were established in Canada during the First World War. The Cave and Basin and Castle Mountain internment camps held up to 600 men who were unjustly interned as enemy aliens between July 14, 1915 to July 15, 1917.


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