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John McCrae

Canadian poet, physician, author, artist and soldier during World War I, and a surgeon during the Second Battle of Ypres, in Belgium.

McCrae is best known for writing the famous war memorial poem “In Flanders Fields.”

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Nellie McClung

Canadian feminist, politician, author, and social activist. With the war on, McClung argued that women were doing men’s work and should the same rights, espeacially the right to vote.

On January 28, 1916 Manitoba women became the first in the country to vote, largely the result of McClung’s efforts.

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Winston Churchill

As Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during the Second World War, Churchill led Britain and inspired the Allied Forces to victory over Nazi Germany.

Churchill is considered to be among the most influential Britons of all time.

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About Michael Barbour

Michael K. Barbour is Associate Professor of Instructional Design for the College of Education and Health Sciences at Touro University California. He has been involved with K-12 online learning in a variety of countries for well over a decade as a researcher, teacher, course designer and administrator. Michael's research focuses on the effective design, delivery and support of K-12 online learning, particularly for students located in rural jurisdictions.
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