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Internment 100 – “Internment Literature”


Internment 100

“Internment Literature”

Marking the 100th Anniversary of the official end of Canada’s First National Internment Operations, 1914–1920 from June 1-20, 2020.

 #Internment100 #WW1 #CanadianHistory #Forgotten


DAY 11:  Since the 1980s, much research has been done and books published on the topic of Canada’s First Internment Operations. We offer you here a list of a number of important publication resources, many of which can be accessed or purchased online. Also, see today’s feature video with historian Bohdan Kordan presenting readings of segments from books written about the First National Internment Operations of 1914–1920.

Canada, Internment, Redress: A Bibliography found after the Ukrainian section.

Additional Information:

1) The Camps, season 1, episode 16, “Munson, Alberta”
2) Dr. Kordan shares some interesting facts about the Canadian guards at the Internment Camps

Join us tomorrow:
June 12, “Internment in Poetry and The Arts”


Depuis les années 1980, de nombreuses recherches ont été effectuées et des livres publiés sur le thème des premières opérations d’internement au Canada. Voici une liste des principales ressources sur l’internement, dont beaucoup peuvent être consultées ou achetées en ligne. Voir le message vidéo d’aujourd’hui avec l’historien Bohdan Kordan sur les livres récents écrits sur les premières opérations d’internement nationales de 1914-1920.

Information supplémentaire:

1) The Camps – Munson, Alberta
2) Bohdan Kordan partage quelques faits intéressants sur les gardes canadiens dans les camps d’internement

Rejoignez-nous demain :
Le 12 juin “La poésie d’internement et des oeuvres d’art”


Починаючи з 1980 року, було проведено багато досліджень та опубліковано книги на тему перших національних операцій інтернування в Канаді. Подаємо перелік основних ресурсів про інтернування, більшість із яких можна прочитати чи придбати онлайн.
У сьогоднішньому сюжеті історик Богдан Кордан читає уривки із книг про канадські перші національні операції інтернування під час Першої світової війни (1914 – 1920 рр.).

Додаткова інформація:

1) «Табори». Мунсен, Альберта
2) Б. Кордан розповідає про канадських вартових у таборах інтернування

Долучайтесь до нас завтра. У нашому наступному випуску «Інтернування 100»:
12 червня, «Про інтернування мовою поезії та мистецтва».



D. Avery, ‘Dangerous Foreigners’: European Immigrant Workers and Labour Radicalism in Canada, 1896–1932 (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1979)
J. Gregorovich, ed, Ukrainian Canadians in Canada’s Wars: Materials for Ukrainian Canadian History (Toronto: Ukrainian Canadian Research Foundation, 1987)
O. Martynowych, Ukrainians in Canada: The Formative Years, 1891–1924 (Edmonton: CIUS Press, 1991)
H. Palmer, Patterns of Prejudice: A History of Nativism in Alberta (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1983)
H. Potrobenko, No Streets of Gold: A Social History of Ukrainians in Alberta (Vancouver: New Star Books, 1977)
B. Roberts, Whence They Came: Deportation From Canada, 1900–1935 (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1988)
J. H. Thompson, The Harvest of War: The Prairie West, 1914–1918 (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1978)


G. Buri, “”Enemies Within Our Gates’: Brandon’s Alien Detention Centre during the Great War,” Manitoba History 56, 2007
D. Carter, POW – Behind Canadian Barbed Wire: Alien, Refugee and Prisoner of War Camps in Canada 1914–1946 (Calgary: Eagle Butte Press, 1998)
J. Carruthers, “The Great War and Canada’s Enemy Alien Policy,” Queen’s Law Journal 4, 1978
M. Chaktsiris, “Identifying the Enemy in First World War Canada: The Historiography and Bureaucracy of Enemy Alien Internment and Registration,” Canadian Military History 28(2), 2019
J. Farney and B. Kordan, “The Predicament of Belonging: The Status of Enemy Aliens in Canada, 1914,” Journal of Canadian Studies 39(1), 2005
A. Grenke, “The German Community of Winnipeg and the English-Canadian Response to WWI,” Canadian Ethnic Studies 20(1), 1988
R. Hinther and J. Mochoruk, eds, Internment in Canada: Histories and Legacies (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2020)
B. Kordan and P. Melnycky, eds, In the Shadow of the Rockies: Diary of the Castle Mountain Internment Camp, 1915–1917 (Edmonton: CIUS Press, 1991)
B. Kordan, Enemy Aliens, Prisoners of War: Internment in Canada During the Great War (Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2002)
B. Kordan, ““They Will Be Dangerous: Security and the Control of Enemy Aliens in Canada, 1914,” in B. Wright, E. Tucker and S. Binnie, eds, Canadian State Trials: Security, Dissent and the Limits of Toleration in War and Peace, 1914–1939 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2015)
B. Kordan, No Free Man: Canada, the Great War, and the Enemy Alien Experience (Montreal-Kingston: McGill–Queen’s University Press, 2016)
B. Kordan, “Internment in Canada during the Great War: Rights, Responsibilities and Diplomacy,” in S. Manz, P. Panayi and M. Stibbe, eds, Internment during the First World War: A Mass Global Phenomenon (London: Routledge Press, 2019)
K. Luciuk, N. Burton (illus.), Enemy Alien: A Graphic History of Internment in Canada during the First World War (Toronto: Between the Lines, 2020)
L. Luciuk and B. Sydoruk, “In My Charge” – The Canadian Internment Camp Photographs of Sergeant William Buck (Kingston: Kashtan Press, 1997)
L. Luciuk with N. Yurieva and R. Zakaluzny, comps, Roll Call: Lest We Forget (Kingston: Kashtan Press, 1999)
L. Luciuk, Internment Operations: The Role of Old Fort Henry in World War 1 (Kingston: Delta, 1980)
L. Luciuk, In Fear of the Barbed Wire Fence: Canada’s First National Internment Operations and the Ukrainian Canadians, 1914–1920 (Kingston: Kashtan Press, 2001)
P. Melnycky, “Badly Treated in Every Way: The Internment of Ukrainians in Quebec During the First World War,” in A. Biega and M. Diakowsky, eds, The Ukrainian Experience in Quebec (Toronto: Basilian Press, 1994)
M. Minenko, “Without Just Cause: Canada’s First National Internment Operations,” in L. Luciuk and S. Hryniuk, eds, Canada’s Ukrainians: Negotiating An Identity (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1991)
P. Moogk, “Uncovering the Enemy Within: British Columbians and the German Menace,” BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly 182, 2014
D. Morton, “Sir William Otter and Internment Operations in Canada during the First World War,” Canadian Historical Review 55(1), 1974
W. Norton, Fernie at War, 1914–1919 (Halfmoon Bay: Caitlin Press, 2017)
P. Peppin, “Emergency Legislation and Rights in Canada: The War Measures Act and Civil Liberties,” Queen’s Law Journal 18(1), 1993
R. Rutherdale, Hometown Horizons: Local Responses to Canada’s Great War (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2004)
S. Semchuk, The Stories Were Not Told: Canada’s First World War Internment Camps (Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2018)
A. Sendzikas, Stanley Barracks: Toronto’s Military Legacy (Toronto: Dundurn, 2011)
N. Smith, “Fighting the Alien in a British Country: Returned Soldiers and Anti-Alien Activism in Wartime Canada, 1916–1919,” in J. Kitchen, A. Miller, and L. Rowe, eds, Other Combatants, Other Fronts: Competing Histories of the First World War (Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011)
F. Swyripa and J. H. Thompson, eds, Loyalties in Conflict: Ukrainians in Canada During the Great War (Edmonton: CIUS Press, 1982)
B. Waiser, Park Prisoners: The Untold Story of Canada’s National Parks, 1915–1946 (Saskatoon–Calgary: Fifth House, 1995)


J. Henderson and Pauline Wakeham, eds., Reconciling Canada: Critical Perspectives on the Culture of Redress (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013)
M. James, “Degrees of Freedom in Canada’s Culture of Redress,” Citizenship Studies 19(1), 2014
B. Kordan and C. Mahovsky, A Bare and Impolitic Right: Internment and Ukrainian-Canadian Redress (Montreal–Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2004)
B. Kordan, Righting Historical Wrongs: Internment, Acknowledgment and Redress (Saskatoon: Ukrainian Canadian Congress, 1993)
L. Luciuk, A Time for Atonement: Canada’s First National Internment Operations and the Ukrainian Canadians, 1914–1920 (Kingston: Limestone Press, 1988)
L. Luciuk, Without Just Cause: Canada’s First National Internment Operations and the Ukrainian Canadians, 1914–1920 (Kingston: Kashtan Press, 2006)
I. Radforth, “Ethnic Minorities and Wartime Injustices: Redress Campaigns and Historical Narratives in Late Twentieth Century Canada,” in N. Neatby and P. Hodgins, eds, Settling and Unsettling Memories: Essays in Public History (Toronto; University of Toronto Press, 2012)
F. Swyripa, “The Politics of Redress: The Contemporary Ukrainian-Canadian Campaign,” in F. Iacovetta, R. Perrin, and A. Principe, eds, Enemies Within: Italian and Other Internees in Canada and Abroad (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2000)