1. Incidents in 1919 of student opposition : 1941 military attacks in Washington : 1942 Adjutant General in charge of recruitment : problems of recruitment World War II : story by Sam Hughes : explanation of World War II policy of dividing Canadian army. 2. General McNaughton and autonomy issue : post - World War II Committee for Military Policy : views on disbandment of C.O.T.C. : views on integration : support of C.O.T.C.
The Armed Forces at UBC oral history project was developed at the University of British Columbia in conjunction with the Aural History Institute in Victoria to document the history of military training on campus. Interviews were conducted by Allen Specht during the summer of 1973 and spring of 1974 with fourteen prominent individuals who participants in campus military organizations such as the Canadian Officers' Training Corps. The collection consists of audio recordings and transcripts created from interviews conducted as part of an oral history project to document the evolution of military training on campus. Interviewees discuss campus military organizations and student participation in war as well as peace movements at UBC. In addition the interviews provide information about campus life at the University as well as the interviewees’ general experiences in the Canadian Armed Services.