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March/April 2020 issue

$5.95

Our March/April 2020 back issue is now available!


What’s inside?

 

HISTORY REPEATS
The chronicles of war are replete with repetition. One might be forgiven if the visual record is mistaken for a critical case of déjà vu

PEDAL POWER
Using stealth, stamina and smarts, cyclists with Canada’s cavalry on wheels were often first to roll into enemy territory

CONVOY DRIVERS
Red Cross convoys brought food to Allied prisoners of war being force-marched westward

WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
Sometimes the hardest decision and the right decision are the same thing

WAR COMES TO SYDNEY HARBOUR
Second only to Halifax, Sydney became a major port as Canada scrambled to come to Britain’s aid

TO THE BITTER END
The 1902 Battle of Harts River was one of the bloodiest for Canadian forces in the Boer War

MILITARY HEALTH MATTERS
Music soothes the injured brain

FRONT LINES
Transatlantic narco-subs

EYE ON DEFENCE
New ships raise issue of missile defence

FACE TO FACE
Was it acceptable for General Vokes to order the razing of Friesoythe, Germany?

CANADA AND THE NEW COLD WAR
The Middle East and us

HUMOUR HUNT
The pigeons of war

HEROES AND VILLAINS
Sergei Skripal and the GRU

ARTIFACTS
Discarded medals

O CANADA
Viking dwellings

Weight 206 g
Dimensions 28 × 20 × 1 cm
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Jennifer Morse
General Manager
Canvet Publications