Canada's National Library Just "Released" Wolverine's Military Records

Wolverine Military Record

The Canadian National Library and Archives is getting into the April Fools' Day spirit by declassifying the military record of James "Logan" Howlett, a.k.a. the Wolverine.

The Facebook post hits the highlights of Logan's origin, including his birth n 1882 in Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada to wealthy landowner Elizabeth Howlett and her groundskeeper Thomas Logan. It then goes on to chronicle his service through World War I, World War II, the Cold War, and his work with non-governmental organizations under the Wolverine codename.

The Library even included a weathered photo of Hugh Jackman as the character.

News ReleaseLibrary and Archives Canada’s major acquisition of the declassified journals and military records of...

Posted by Library and Archives Canada on Friday, April 1, 2016

The information doesn't have too many specifics, but what's there all lines up pretty well with what we know of Wolverine's backstory, specifically his early life from Origin.

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