May/June 2019 issue

$5.95

What’s inside?

HOW D-DAY CHANGED THE WORLD
Life as we know it began on June 6, 1944

UNSUNG VALOUR IN NORMANDY
Seven soldiers who made little-known contributions to the Allied invasion of France

BRIDGES OVER HOSTILE WATER
The Allies knew that controlling water crossings would be a key to D-Day’s success

WAR ON RAILS
Canadian Railway Troops worked through hellscapes and shellfire to keep soldiers and supplies moving to the front

WHEN WINNIPEG ERUPTED
In 1919, veterans became the wild card as disillusion and unemployment led to Canada’s most notorious strike

MILITARY HEALTH MATTERS
Preventing broken bones

FRONT LINES
The trouble with Typhoons

EYE ON DEFENCE
New warships will confront growing naval threats

FACE TO FACE
Was D-Day perfectly timed?

CANADA AND THE NEW COLD WAR
Moscow’s incursions

HUMOUR HUNT
Too scared to speak

HEROES AND VILLAINS
Dwight D. Eisenhower and Erwin Rommel

ARTIFACTS
Peace at last: Treaty of Versailles

Weight 206 g
Dimensions 28 × 20 × 1 cm
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