May/June 2021 issue

$5.95

The May/June 2021 issue of Legion Magazine is out today! Look for it on newsstands or check your mailbox if you subscribe already.

 

RE-TAKING THE HIGH GROUND

The first Canadian-planned attack of the war was at Mont Sorrel, Belgium, in June 1916

PEACE ENFORCEMENT

On a thankless mission to protect citizens and keep warring factions apart, ingenuity and improvisation were the Canadian way

MEDICAL ADVANCES BEHIND THE LINE, PART 2

Innovations in surgery, blood services, antimicrobials and psychiatry revolutionized combat medicine in the Second World War

CRUSHING THE KRIEGSMARINE

While Allied troops were fighting to secure the Normandy beachhead on June 9, 1944, Canadian air and naval forces helped destroy what was left of the German surface fleet

VICTORY MARCH

London hosted a formal—and boisterous—celebration on the first anniversary of the end of the Second World War

SUPER HEROES

Wartime restrictions accidentally created a golden age for Canadian comic book heroes with patriotic messages

MILITARY HEALTH MATTERS

Census to count veterans

FRONT LINES

New study debunks depleted uranium as a cause of Gulf War illness

EYE ON DEFENCE

Bears, dragons and snakes

FACE TO FACE

Are colourized wartime photographs historically accurate?

CANADA AND THE NEW COLD WAR

Britain’s defence

HUMOUR HUNT

Bugs in barracks

HEROES AND VILLAINS

James Yeo & Isaac Chauncey

ARTIFACTS

The third “Triangle Run” bell

O CANADA

Walk in national parks

 

 

 

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