War in Canada's high schools
Courses in defence training were mandatory for boys and girls in most Canadian high schools during the Second World War, although certain elements of the course for girls (such as "Healthful Living, Rhythmics, Dances, etc") were not covered in this textbook.
Defence Training: An Elementary Manual for Defence Training in Secondary Schools (Toronto: J.M. Dent, 1942)
Conflict and Culture Collection at King's University College, Western University
View PDF:DT 1 - Organization, Ceremonial, and Deportment..pdf DT 2 - Knots and Lashings.pdf DT 3 - Small Arms Training.pdf DT 4 - Model Building.pdf DT 5 - Aircraft Recognition.pdf DT 6 - Civilian Protection.pdf DT 7 - War Gases.pdf DT 8 - Map Reading.pdf DT 9 - Fieldcraft and Woodscraft.pdf DT 10 - Internal Combustion Engines.pdf DT 11 - Signalling.pdf DT 12 - First Aid.pdf DT 13 - Army Specialization.pdf DT 14 - Air Navigation.pdf DT 15 - Airframes.pdf DT 16 - Flight Theory.pdf DT 17 - Airmanship and Basic Drill.pdf
book, 374 pages, 12.8cm x 19.4cm