The July/August 2022 issue of Legion Magazine is out today! Look for it on newsstands or check your mailbox if you subscribe already.
Some were heroines, some were victims, but most women simply endured and survived the War of 1812
“TO THE MEN OF DIEPPE
Remembering the courage and fortitude of the Canadian forces that mounted the ultimately ruinous raid
THE DIEPPE MOUNTIE
An RCMP constable who volunteered for overseas service recalls the infamous raid in his own words
8 myths of Black service in the Canadian Expeditionary Force—and the actual realities they faced
A WAY FORWARD
Recent sexual misconduct scandals in the Canadian Armed Forces have been a catalyst for change. But will it go far enough—and last?
As the Second World War wound down, Ottawa assumed wartime working women would return to homemaking—the women had other ideas
MILITARY HEALTH MATTERS
Facing pandemic gloom
EYE ON DEFENCE
FACE TO FACE
Did the Dieppe Raid provide the Allies with lessons critical to D-Day’s success?
CANADA AND THE NEW COLD WAR
HEROES AND VILLAINS
John Hughes-Hallett versus Konrad Haase
The ties that bind
The Acadian expulsion (around Aug. 10 and beyond)