Our January/February 2020 back issue is now available!
THE CHILDREN’S INVASION
Thousands of schoolchildren were brought to Canada between 1939 and 1941 to escape the bombing and possible invasion of Britain
THE PHONEY WAR
Very little fighting took place on the Western Front in the first eight months of the Second World War
LETTERS TO MOM
Radio operator Allan Wallace Coburn faithfully wrote to his mother in Manitoba through almost four years of war
PRIDE AND DIGNITY
Remembrance Day in Ottawa
FOUR VETERANS AND A CEREMONY
Remembrance Day in North Battleford, Sask.
MILITARY HEALTH MATTERS
Ten years of research yields results
Assault pioneers make a comeback
EYE ON DEFENCE
Growing use of submarines
FACE TO FACE
Is the North Warning System obsolete?
CANADA AND THE NEW COLD WAR
The Arctic and us
More bang for the buck
HEROES AND VILLAINS
Elsie McGill and Willy Messerschmitt
The winged ship
The RCMP turns 100
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