Tried, Tested and Transformed
Sir Arthur Currie and His Life Story
Forging a Nation: 1914-1929
Hello! I am Sir Arthur Currie. I was a Lieutenant-General in the first world war. The job that I had in the war was to plan out the attacks on the Germans. After the war I was appointed many different positions and different tittles. There were many different controversies and different parts to my life. Eventually it all caught up to me and in 1933 I died in Montreal. Here is my life.
While most of the countries thought that Generals were commanders of Lions as the generals themselves were donkeys. We were right there with the lions as the tamers!
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While life settled down a little bit, life got a little back to normal. Some people couldn't keep it that way and I got involved with another part of that 1919 scandal. We Canadians changed for the better (mostly) and I have been proud to be a General for the Great War.
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