BATTLE OF BRITAIN IN PICTURES
In the summer and fall of 1940, Germany’s air force struck hard at Great Britain’s coastal convoys, airfields and major cities, attempting to soften the country for a land invasion. The resulting air battle was pivotal to Britain’s war effort.
More than 100 Canadians served with the 3,000 pilots of the Royal Air Force who repulsed the attacks in dramatic air battles, turning the tide of the war. More than 500 aviators died, including 29 Canadians.
Cracks In The system, Part 1
A litany of complaints about Veterans Affairs Canada’s treatment of veterans has led to a ‘veterans’ revolt.’ Can new leadership at VAC inspire a culture shift, or should the system be rebuilt from the ground up?
Victory Over Japan
Canada’s Pacific War contributions may have been relatively minor, but our sacrifices were no less vital.
The Detached Battalion
In the Battle of Frezenberg, the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry would give no ground.