March/April 2019 issue

$5.95

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What’s inside?

LIFE ON THE LINE
What they wore, said and ate at the front in the Second World War

CLASS OF 1918
Soldiers fighting overseas wanted schooling for postwar life and Canada’s Khaki University educated thousands

BIONIC ARMS
Artificial limbs that perform like the real thing are moving from the realm of science fiction into real life


VINTAGE WARBIRDS
Ah, how they sing and soar among the clouds


FACE TO FACE
Is the Spitfire the most elegant aircraft ever built?


DUTCH GRATITUDE
Holland’s appreciation of Canada abounds as the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands approaches


SONGS FROM THE PATRIOTIC HEART
With pianos common in middle-class households, original sheet music was in high demand during the Great War


MILITARY HEALTH MATTERS
The toll on a sniper’s brain


FRONT LINES
Afghan translators at risk


EYE ON DEFENCE
The golden days of peacekeeping have not returned


CANADA AND THE NEW COLD WAR
The hornet’s nest of Kandahar


HUMOUR HUNT
Why you shouldn’t steal the padre’s whisky


HEROES AND VILLAINS
Edward P. Doherty and John Wilkes Booth


ARTIFACTS
A Canadian navy pilot’s gear washes ashore


O CANADA
Appreciating “Voice of Fire”

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Weight 206 g
Dimensions 28 × 20 × 1 cm

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