Our November/December 2021 issue is now available!
The November/December 2021 issue of Legion Magazine is now available in our online store!
A TENACIOUS WILDFLOWER
Over the past century, the poppy has become a universal symbol of remembrance
SOME CAME HOME
Fewer than 100 Canadians who died while serving in the world wars were repatriated for burial
FIRST INTO BATTLE
Japan’s attack on Hong Kong was the first fight of the war for Canadian soldiers. It didn’t end well
DIGITAL DEMOCRACY IN ACTION
Delayed by a year, Legion delegates finally met in a virtual convention hall and found strength in unity
In 1951, Ottawa was making plans for peacetime compulsory military service
The Faces to Graves project is collecting stories and photographs of nearly 6,000 Canadian soldiers buried in Dutch cemeteries
A CENTURY OF DISARMAMENT
Weasel words, workarounds and loopholes: the first arms control treaty was short-lived
MILITARY HEALTH MATTERS
Collateral benefits from COVID research
Military orders new boots
EYE ON DEFENCE
Lessons to learn
FACE TO FACE
Was Canada’s decision to reinforce Hong Kong a mistake?
CANADA AND THE NEW COLD WAR
Our Turkish ally
To the prince!
HEROES AND VILLAINS
John Osborn & Takashi Sakai
Coat of arms