Philip Black was a Navigator flying Halifax Bombers during the Second World War.
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When the Canadian infantry stormed Juno Beach on D-Day, they encountered fortified positions bristling with machine guns, barbed wire and artillery.
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The Second World War was the central, cataclysmic event of the 20th century, and it changed everything, including the automobile industry.
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The invention of the aircraft changed the face of war forever.
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After Dunkirk fell, invasion of Britain seemed imminent.
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The McKillop brothers both served in the Air Force during the Second World War.
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Robert Hyndman learned how to fly after he joined the RCAF in 1940.
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Edgar Earl Doxsee enlisted in 1915 as a Signaler with the 77th Battalion.
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Andrew Hamilton Gault was the founder of the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry in Canada.
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Stephen Alexander Oliver and Leah Jennine Oliver were both serving in the Armed Forces when they met in Gagetown, New Brunswick in 2001.
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Robert John Dawson served in the Canadian Army for nine years, over four of which were spent overseas with the 5th Armoured Division during the Second World War.
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Jack Reid Heisler served as a Lieutenant and later Captain with the Regina Rifles Regiment during the Second World War from 1941 – 1946.
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When Japan attacked Pearl Harbour and other Asian territories in late 1941, a true world-wide conflict began.
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It was the duty of every Allied prisoner of war to attempt to escape from their captors.
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Five years of unimaginable suffering and sacrifice was suddenly replaced by celebrations that broke out all over Europe.
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"We landed at Halifax coming home... it had been ten days since we left England."
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Paul Crossfield grew up in Vienna and witnessed the Anschluss when the Nazis unified Austria with Germany in 1938.
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Wilson Havelock McNeill was born on 18 February, 1922 in Edmonton, Alberta.
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In September 1942 as the U-Boats were increasing their attacks, Winston Churchill declared that, "without ships, we cannot live."
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Preparations for Operation Overlord, the largest military invasion in history, had been underway since 1942.
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