March/April 2018 issue

$5.95

What’s inside?

CHARGE OF THE CAVALRY
100 years ago, mounted Canadian soldiers made an ill-fated charge at enemy forces in Moreuil Wood, France. It was one of the last such charge Canadian troops would attempt

WAR AND THE WOMEN’S VOTE
War and conscription played an unlikely role in securing the federal vote for women

BEHIND BARBED WIRE
Canadians taken captive in the First World War experienced brutality and starvation in German prison camps

THE LIBERATION OF ZEELAND
Private Arthur Tindal lost his life freeing the Dutch from Nazi occupation

TRENCH LIFE
What troops wore, said and ate in the front lines of the First World War

MILITARY HEALTH MATTERS
The price of sexual harassment in the military

FRONT LINES
No recognition of Japanese atrocities

EYE ON DEFENCE
Snuffing out unacceptable behaviour in the ranks’

FACE TO FACE
Should Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery have tried to clear the Scheldt Estuary in 1944?

HEROES AND VILLAINS
Major John Russell and Radovan Karadzic at Sarajevo

ARTIFACTS
Fallen rider

O CANADA
Pierre Berton’s correspondent

Weight 206 g
Dimensions 28 × 20 × 1 cm
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