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ENDING THE HUNGER WINTER
Canada’s liberation of western Netherlands depended more on negotiation than combat
SURVIVORS IN TURMOIL
Despite waves of celebration in Allied countries, millions on both sides faced dark and uncertain futures as the Second World War in Europe lurched to an end
VOICES FROM WAR’S END
As the Second World War in Europe drew to a close, the emotions of Canadian men and women in uniform were as varied as the circumstances of their service
RIOT ON BARRINGTON STREET!
Halifax, packed and dry, became a powder keg on VE-Day
Amid the chaotic evacuation in 1940, Canadians helped minimize the losses
THE OVERZEALOUS SKIPPER
When a captain ordered his ship into a choppy Bay of Fundy not “fit for harbour craft,” tragedy ensued
MILITARY HEALTH MATTERS
Drinking in the military
Navy replacing ‘seaman’ with gender-neutral ranks
EYE ON DEFENCE
The need to modernize Norad
FACE TO FACE
Was home-defence conscription necessary in 1940?
CANADA AND THE NEW COLD WAR
The navy’s problems
A fresh mess
HEROES AND VILLAINS
Charles Foulkes and Johannes Blaskowitz
A new coat for Sussie
Eyewitness to war
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