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  • 1987-1996 (Creation)

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Box 1 File 10

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Public Lectures List December 1996. Canada and the Berlin Question, 1945-1971 (An Exercise in Post War Canadian Foreign Policy). The Holocaust: The Evidence. Introductory Remarks. Old Fashioned Views on the Nature and Function of the Modern University in Ontario with a Few Special Reference to Lakehead University. Lakehead University Faculty Association 3 June 1987. The Development of Continuing Education Services in a Northern Region: The Example of Lakehead University, 1965-1990 E.R. Zimmermann, Ph.D., Department of History, Lakehead University and D.R. Pakulak, M.A. Director of Continuing Education, Lakehead University Second Circumpolar Conference, Tyumen, USSR June 1991. Address to the Gryro Club September 1989 The USSR’s Changing Role in a Changing Eastern Europe!. Handwritten Lecture Religious Roots. Public Lectures - Sample Texts. Introductory Remarks on multiculturalism. Notes: - Russian Xenophobia - Address to Gyro Club Sept./89. Handwritten The Holocaust: The Evidence. Why Canada Should Recognize the DDR?
Canada’s New European Policy By E. R. Zimmermann, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History Lakehead University, Thunder Bay.

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