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WITNESS TO SLAUGHTER
The Medak Pocket in Croatia was the place where, for Canada, peacekeeping went to die
WAR AND THE SPANISH FLU
As the First World War drew to a close, the world was hit by the greatest pandemic since the bubonic plague
THE RACE TO CAMBRAI
In September 1918, German-occupied Cambrai was on the verge of falling. But could the Canadians reach the town in time to save it?
OUR FIRST AIR FORCE
Formed, disbanded and resurrected, 401 Squadron has been at the heart of Canada’s air defences for a century
OUR AMERICAN AIRMEN
As Canada rushed to find instructors and aircrew for the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, many Americans flocked north
MILITARY HEALTH MATTERS
Benefits of long-term RCAF study continue
Legacy of a Mosquito pilot
EYE ON DEFENCE
The thinning of the Canadian Armed Forces
FACE TO FACE
Should robots replace soldiers in war?
CANADA AND THE NEW COLD WAR
Yugoslavia breaks up
The dispute that saved the Welland Canal
HEROES AND VILLAINS
John Fletcher and Pierre Le Moyne d’Iberville