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The Battle of Hong Kong (December 8–25, 1941) was the first place Canadians fought a land battle in the Second World War.
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The Battle of Hong Kong (December 8–25, 1941) was the first place Canadians fought a land battle in the Second World War. To learn more about the Battle of Hong Kong, read “War Crimes” by Nathan M. Greenfield.
For the cameramen of the Second World War, half the battle was about making their film the first to hit the newsreels.
The Americans have their MacArthur and Patton, the British, their “Monty.” Canadians, whether they know it or not, have Sir Arthur Currie.
When Canadian war medals are auctioned, everyone pays a price.
Flying Officer Frank Rowan was presumed dead in 1945. Germany's surrender gave him a second chance at life.