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Monsignor Paul Bruchési, Archbishop of Montreal, to Sir Robert Laird Borden, Prime Minister of Canada, May 22, 1917
Monsignor Bruchési recalls Borden's earlier promises, now broken; he wonders about the suitability of compulsory military service and expresses concern about the possible turn of events.
With the permission of the Archdiocese of Montreal.
Library and Archives Canada
MG26-H, vol. 219, file RLB 1430, pages 123399-123402, reel C-4403