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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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To learn more about the Battle of Hong Kong, read “War Crimes” by Nathan M. Greenfield.
How aerial photography helped secure victory for the Allies.
A hundred and fifty years ago, Canadians were terrorized by the threat posed by Irish insurgents who were massing large armies just across the border.
How a First World War Canadian army doctor came to write a poem that, a hundred years later, continues to stir the hearts of people around the world.
How a First World War poem about poppies blossomed into an annual Remembrance Day campaign raising $14 million each year to assist veterans.