2 edition of Guerre sud-africaine found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
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|3||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 11895|
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Mason Wade, The French Canadians, 1760—1945 1955. Bourassa's main objective was to position Le Devoir outside the control of the established parties in Quebec and in Ottawa, which had authority over press organs devoted to their electoral interests and attempted to control public opinion by their partisan actions.
By using this site, you agree to the and the. Canada, Library and Archives 2019-03-08. Above all they are French Canadians weakened and degraded by the Guerre sud-africaine and three centuries of colonial servitude. He argued that was un vendu "a sell-out" to and its supporters in Canada. See that page's history for attribution.
"Images of Bourassa" Journal of Canadian Studies 1978 13 1 : 100—113. He was re-elected soon after his resignation. To counter what he perceived to be the evils ofhe created in 1903 the Canadian Nationalist League to instill a pan-Canadian nationalist spirit in the population. Robert Comeau et Luc Desrochers dir.
Auldham Roy Petrie, Henri Bourassa, Don Mills, Ont. "Images of Bourassa", Journal of Canadian Studies, 1978, 13 1 : 100—113. His opposition to conscription brought him the anglophone public's disfavour, as was expressed by the hostile crowd amassed in Ottawa that threw vegetables and eggs during his oration. Pierre Anctil, Le Devoir, les Juifs et l'immigration.
See that page's history for attribution. Political career [ ] In 1896, he was elected to the as an Guerre sud-africaine for but resigned in 1899 to protest the sending of Canadian troops to the.
Henri Bourassa — La Vie Publique D'un Grand Canadien 1944 , also published as Histoire De La Province De Quebec: XIII: Henri Bourassa.