Speeches and Broadcasts
The 1914-1915 stars are campaign medals awarded to soldiers and officers in honour of the battles fought by the British Empire in 1914 and 1915. A star was awarded to deceased Lieutenant Warren A. Andrews of the 91st Battalion CEF, and Gunner Fraser D. Philip of the 15th Battery CEF, who survived the conflict.
A speech given by King George V to Lord William Weir, the Secretary of State and President of the Air Council in Great Britain, on the day of the armistice. Copies of the speech were mailed to RAF veterans in 1919, following their demobilization.
This address by Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King to the Canadian Club of Toronto on April 19, 1943 was given on account of the opening of the Fourth Victory Loan Campaign. In his speech, Mackenzie King emphasized the urgency and necessity for all Canadians to continue assisting the war effort by purchasing Victory Loans.
On March 25, 1941 then Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King addressed the House of Commons in a statement titled "What Canada is Doing" as a tribute to the Canadian people. The speech aimed to put into perspective what Canadians across the country had already been doing up to that date to further the war effort against the Axis powers, and to also enumerate the challenges undertaken to be completed the following year in 1942.