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Published in September, 1995, I thought it would be interesting to publish the true history of Winnie The Pooh.
What most people don't know is that although the stories about
Winnie the Pooh are English in origin, Winnie herself was born in Canada.
Winnie originally came from Winnipeg, Manitoba, thus the name
Winnie. Winnie was actually a black bear and the mascot of a Canadian regiment sent to London during World War I. Lt. Harry Coldburn was Winnie's guardian, but he had to leave her at the London Zoo when he was sent to do battle.
E. A. Milne saw Winnie at the zoo and was inspired enough to write a collection of stories about the bear.
The London Zoo no longer has black bears, but recently a statue was unveiled outside the zoo honouring Winnie and Lt. Harry Coldrum.
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