A Town Called Berlin, Ontario

“The inhabitants of Berlin, Ontario, whose heritage is largely German, decided during the first world war to call the town Kitchener, after Lord Kitchener, the British field-marshal and secretary of war whose face appeared on recruiting posters.”

Reference

The Economist. (2019) Welcome to Toxic Town. The Economist. 14 December 2019, pp.29.

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