Research related to First and Second World War Internment Camps in Canada

The Saskatchewan German Council in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan is conducting research related to First and Second World War Internment Camps in Canada. We are looking for camp survivors, descendants, relatives, neighbors or friends who are interested in sharing their story related to the internment. Letters or diary entries are also of interest.

This research project aims to better understand the reasons for the imprisonment, the circumstances of the arrest, treatment in the camps, experiences of families left behind, and more.

For more information, contact the office at 306-975-0845 or email us at office@saskgermancouncil.org

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5:00 pm Mahlzeit at the Regina German Club
Mahlzeit at the Regina German Club
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The Regina German Club is hosting their monthly dinner. Join them at the club for a delicious German supper. “This meal is $18 for adults [...]
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A concert of striking emotional contrasts with Rossini’s playful Sonata a Quattro balancing the heft of Brahms’ Serenade. Rossini: Sonata a Quattro No. 5 Luciano Berio: [...]

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