103 DAYS IN HADES
Canadians fought through the treacherous terrain at Passchendaele to a brutal and costly victory
CANADA’S MAN IN HAVANA
The unlikely tale of a Canadian diplomat-turned-spy in Cuba in the sizzling ’60s
CURE OR CURSE?
Evidence is rising that the anti-malaria drug mefloquine may cause neuropsychiatric side-effects
AIRMEN ON SET
In 1942, Hollywood took over an Ottawa airbase to make an action film starring James Cagney
BURIED ALIVE AT THE SOMME
Within two years, Private Ainger Roger Berry faced debilitating shell shock and a lifetime of uncertainty
THE LONELY FIGHT OF THE TUBERCULOUS VETERANS
The Tuberculous Veterans’ Association assisted shunned veterans returning home from the First World War
FACE TO FACE
Were the First World War executions of 25 CEF members justified?
MILITARY HEALTH MATTERS
Nutrition on the battlefield
HEROES AND VILLAINS
Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Bosnian Gavrilo Princip
War on two wheels: Military motorcycles
Romeo Dallaire’s nightmare
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