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Last Updated November 1, 2007

1939-1945: A Soldier's War

On Every Front: Canadian Women in the Second World War

Operation Overlord: An overview

Relocation to Redress: The Internment of the Japanese Canadians

Royal 22nd Regiment: Canada's Fighting 'Van Doos'

Reports from Abroad: Matthew Halton

Forgotten Heroes: Canada and the Korean War

War Bride Reception Centre Closes

Major Fred Tilston wins Victoria Cross for attack in Germany

Celebrating the homecoming of Major David Currie, VC

Ace Buzz Beurling's flying career

The Battle for Carpiquet

The Battle of Passchendaele

Shirley Temple rings in Canada's 7th Victory Loan

The First World War: Canada Remembers

Continuing the Fight: Canada's Veterans

Remembrance Day, 1944

Canada's Secret War: Vietnam

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