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Department
History
Course
HIST 205
Professor
David Schweitzer
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 18 – Sports, Politics and Nationalism Canadian and Nationalism through Sports  1996 – Olympic Games (Atlanta)  Donovan Bailey  Ben Johnson  Nationalism before WW1  “Canada First”  Reaction against Metis, Catholics & French Canadians  The Sports Connection  British games transplanted to Canada Nationalism after WW1  Amateur Athletic Union of Canada (AAUC)  Canadian Olympic Association, became the Canada Olympic Committee  Creating a sporting nation  Nationalism and WWII  The Maritimes  Sporting ties with New England  Influence of WWII in Maritimes Sport Government and Sports in the Postwar Era  Military interest  WWI  1918 – Dominion Day (Canadian Corps, France)  1943 – Canada National Physical Fitness Act (N
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