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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.
It is known as the “Forgotten War,” but Canada’s role in Korea should be anything but forgotten.
Canadians rejoiced as Allies defeated Hitler and his Nazis, but for POWs, the end to the war was still a march away.
More than 650,000 Canadian and Newfoundland soldiers marched into the First World War and paved the way to peace. Keep the memory of their dedication and courage alive.
Throughout 2010, the Canadian Navy Centennial celebrated the rich history and legacy of the navy. Captain John Pickford spoke with editor Mark Reid about these festivities.