If it's white it's American, if it's black it's British, if you can't see it, it's Luftwaffe.
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Bank of Montreal played a quiet yet important role in Canada’s war efforts.
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Helen and Frank Pierce were childhood sweethearts in Swift Current, Saskatchewan during the 1930's.
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The Bomber Stream was an idea proposed in 1942 by Air Marshal Sir Arthur Harris as a tactic to bomb German cities and industrial areas using overwhelming air power.
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The life of Michael George Levy has been a journey rich with adventure, adversity and survival.
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The Second Battle of Cambrai was a battle between troops of British and Canadian forces against German Empire forces during the Hundred Days Offensive of the First World War.
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The 14th Company, Canadian Army Service Corps was based out of the former Sarcee Barracks in Calgary, Alberta.
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Willys-Overland delivered its first prototype of a general purpose transport vehicle to the Army in 1940.
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Cecil Feldman was born in Poland and came to Canada with his parents in 1927.
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Wallace McMullan served with the 47th Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War.
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After war with Germany was declared in 1914, the Canadian Pacific Railway put the entire resource of its transportation system at the disposal of the British Empire.
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Indigenous people have a long history of fighting for Canada as well as for the British Crown.
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Scrambling down heavy rope netting slung over the side of a ship, the infantry boards a landing craft that will take them the final two or three kilometres to the beach.
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James Geoffrey (Geoff) Costeloe was born in Nottingham, England in 1920.
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At the start of the Second World War, the Royal Canadian Navy operated just six destroyers and seven other craft with 3,600 crewmen.
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HMCS Calgary was the third Canadian Patrol Frigate built at Marine Industries Limited, Lauzon, Quebec and the second Canadian warship named after the city of Calgary.
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As a young prairie boy, John Maier had heard the stories of flooded trenches and huge rats on the front lines during the First World War.
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On 10 July 1943 the 1st Canadian Division and Army Tank Brigade came ashore as part of a massive joint American / British invasion of German occupied Sicily.
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The National War Memorial in Ottawa was unveiled in 1939 to commemorate the response of Canadians in the First World War.
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In the early dawn of August 19, 1942, an ambitious raid took place along a 16 km front around the French port of Dieppe.
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