Khaki University (initially Khaki College), an educational institution set up and managed by the Canadian Army in Britain, 1917-19 and 1945-46. The program was rooted in the study groups of the Canadian YMCA and the chaplain services of the Canadian Army. The planning and organization of the institution was the work of Dr Henry Marshall TORY, originating in a special report on discharged men from the army, which he wrote at the request of the National Council of the YMCA. In it he recommended that an educational institution be established in one central camp in England, to be called the Khaki College of Canada, with an extension department providing services for every other camp in Great Britain.
Scope and Content
Reel 1 - Microfilm consists of historical record of Kahaki Theological College, Ripon. Feb.-June, 1919.
Finding aid available. See Microfilm collections - Diocese of Montreal.
File consists of oversize copies of the register of marriages.
Places included are Fort Chimo, Leaf River, George River, Makalik (Whale River), Lower Koksoak, Aupaluk, Fort Mackenzie, Payne Bay, Great Whale River, Kokapic, Upper Koksoak River, Tameruseak, Mukalik, and Diana Bay.