More were killed by the Indian Army in the 1984 Amritsar Massacre.
As opposed to all those Canadian troops there, who stayed and fought, of course.
No, the Canadians were sent to Siberia by the British to fight the Bolshevics in 1919 after most of the Brits had been allowed to demob. home which was quite typical of British disregard for their Colonial soldiers..
I've never heard of this before, but it seems as though it was your PM who sent them there. Nothing to do with us.
I'm reading a book about the Romanovs at the moment, written by Simon Sebag Montefiore. They were the royal house which ruled Russia for 300 years, from 1613 to 1917. The dynasty ended when the Bolsheviks herded them - including the children - into a small room and opened fire.
The Canadian PM didn't have the authority to send Canadian troops, anywhere in 1919. Borden agreed to it but it was yet another Brit shit show.
Bollocks. Your involvement in the campaign was driven, to a significant degree (according to the article), by your PM.
Canada wasn't a fully independent country in 1919. We are now, so we don't necessarily follow you into stupid-ass, pointless quagmires like Iraq, these days.
Well there was the rest of the British Empire. France. Russia. Belgium. Japan. Montenegro. Serbia.
Well, let's face it, you don't do much. You're a small, feeble, liberal, country.
You all just sit at home feeling depressed in your interminably cold and long winters smoking dope and making sure your cities and other settlements are the cleanest on the world.