From destruction to construction: The Khaki University of Canada, 1917-1919
The Khaki University was a pioneering educational system established for Canadian soldiers during the First World War. Organized by Henry Marshall Tory, the Khaki University brought education to more than 50,000 soldier-students. Initially implemented to better the soldiers, this educational system was a key component in disseminating government policy, complementing the military power structure, keeping soldiers busy during the demobilization period, and imparting a nascent pride in the Canadian accomplishments during the war.
|Journal||Journal of Canadian Studies|
Tim, T. (2003). From destruction to construction: The Khaki University of Canada, 1917-1919. Journal of Canadian Studies (Vol. 37, pp. 109–143).