OCdts. On Parade


*Saturday 19 March 2011 at 2:00 PM*

RMC invites you to his Concert in Scarlets. Come and spend an afternoon with officer cadets involved in musical groups such as Brass & Reeds, Pipes & Drums, Highland Dancers, Choir and Stage Band Club. You will hear them in music from The Trews, excerpts from “The Phantom of the Opera”, “Trombone Rag”, piping “Highland Cathedral”, Carlos Santana’s “Maria Maria” and more. Adding to that, many numbers with the Highland Dancers.

*At Kingston Gospel Temple, 2295 Princess St, Kingston (located across


Adults $15 / Senior, Students, Children $10

Children under 10 – Free

/Tickets available at/:

…Grand Theatre Box Office at 613-530-2050…

…At the door…

All proceeds to United Way

Cadets come together for Concert in Scarlets


*Samedi le 19 mars 2011 à 14h00*

CMR vous invite à son Concert en écarlates. Venez passer l’après-midi avec les élèves officiers impliqués dans divers groupes musicaux tel que l’Harmonie, les Cornemuses et Tambours, les Danseurs écossais, la Chorale et le Club de l’Ensemble de jazz. Vous entendrez des pièces de “The Trews”, des extraits du « Fantôme de l’Opéra», « Highland Cathedral » à la cornemuse, « Maria Maria» de Carlos Santanta et plus encore. Sans oublier de nombreux numéros par les Danseurs écossais.

*Au Kingston Gospel Temple, 2295 rue Princess, Kingston (situé en face du Rona)*

Adulte $15 / 65 ans+, Étudiants, Enfants $10

Enfants de moins de 10 ans – Gratuit

/Billets disponibles/ :

…Billetterie du Grand Théâtre au 613-530-2050…

…Sur place le jour même…

Les profits seront remis à Centraide




‘POWs and Refugees and the Chaos of War in the Writing of Military History’

MARCH 17-18 2011


Draft Schedule of Events

Thursday 17 March 2011

0800: Registration

0840-0900: Welcome Address and Opening Comments

0900-1020: Keynote Address

Dr. Kent Fedorowich (Reader in British Imperial and Commonwealth History, University of the West of England, Bristol, U.K.)

1020-1040: Break

1040-1200: “POWs, Refugees and the Movement of People in Russia in the Wake of the First World War.” Dr. Peter Gatrell (Professor, School of Arts, Histories and Cultures (History), University of Manchester, Manchester, U. K.)

1200-1300: Lunch

1300-1420: “Institutional Schizophrenia: Wehrmacht treatment of Western versus Soviet POWs, during the Second World War”

Dr. Vasilis Vourkoutiotis (Professor, History Department, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada)

1420-1440: Break

1440-1600: “POWs as a Labour Force During the Second World War: Case Studies from Italy and the Netherlands.”

Dr. Robert Moore (Professor, History Department, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, U.K.)

1600-1620: Break

1620-1740: “Changing Attitudes to the use of Protecting Powers, 1939-1960”

Dr. Neville Wylie (Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus)

Friday 18 March 2011

0900-1020: “POWs, Refugees in China 1937-1951”

Dr. Diana Lary (Professor Emerita, History Department, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada)

1020-1040: Break

1040-1200: “POWs, Refugees in Japan, Manchuria and Korea 1937-1951.”

Dr. Thomas Burkman (Research Professor, Asian Studies Program, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Buffalo, New York, U.S.A.)

1200-1300: Lunch

1300-1500: “Operation Rolling Thunder, Downed Aircrews and Political Consequences.”

Dr. James McKay (Department of Politics and Economics, Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, Canada)

1500: Concluding Remarks.


Important changes to Agent Orange ex gratia payment



VI Ex-Cadet Club Raising $$$ for Military Heritage Fund



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