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January/February 2019 issue


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Our January/February 2019 back issue is now available!

What’s inside?

Coming home
Meticulously colourized images kindle a renewed appreciation of the burdens carried by homecoming soldiers

Pépère’s war story
Henry Goulet’s First World War journal, adapted by his granddaughter, retraces his battlefield experiences

Fiasco in Siberia
Many of the Canadian soldiers sent to foil communism in Russia in 1918-19 were unhappy conscripts

Invisible injury
If a soldier’s moral conscience is damaged, the problem and the solution can both be hard to find

Face to face
Is it time to redesign and replace the Canadian Army’s combat uniform?

Bells of peace
At sundown on Nov. 11, communities across Canada remembered the Armistice centenary with 100 tolls

A day of healing
On the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, white wreaths evoked Ottawa’s first Armistice Day

McCrae’s city remembers
Remembrance Day in Guelph, Ont., was marked by three distinct ceremonies

Juan Pujol became the most successful double agent of the Second World War

Scale model: Last year, an early prototype Avro Arrow was recovered from Lake Ontario

The “fightingest” ship in the navy

Weight 200 g
Dimensions 28 × 20 × 1 cm


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January/February 2019 issue

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