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CANADA'S FIRST VC RECIPIENT: Alexander Dunn at the Charge of the Light Brigade: Balaclava, 1854. Biography Feb 1, 2018 498
WORLD WAR I: NO. 2 CONSTRUCTION COMPANY: Breaking new ground. Feb 1, 2018 3246
SECOND WORLD WAR ON FILM: War comes alive for new generations through Canadian Army Newsreels, now available online. Dec 1, 2017 1358
St Lambert-Surdives: Major David Currie puts the plug in the jug of the Falaise gap. Sep 1, 2017 2339
The photo. Sep 1, 2017 474
The battle of Vimy Ridge: part 3: Canadian Corps succeeds where others had failed. Jun 1, 2017 3650
The battle of Vimy Ridge: part 2: a calculated artillery barrage precedes the assault. May 1, 2017 2510
Arthur Currie--the man under the uniform: part 3: "whence cometh the warrior". Biography May 1, 2017 2657
The battle of Vimy Ridge: part 1: preparing the attack. Apr 1, 2017 2411
The man under the uniform: part 2: Arthur Currie becomes a pillar of society. Mar 1, 2017 2901
HMCS Haida still aiding strong: almost 75 years old and back from a refit, historic vessel will once again welcome visitors. Feb 1, 2017 1365
The man under the uniform: Part 1: Young Art Curry: the first 25 years. Biography Feb 1, 2017 2171
Halifax riots: part 2: trials and tribulations following the VE-Day celebrations. Oct 1, 2016 1798
Halifax riots: Part 1: pent-up frustration turned VE-Day celebrations into a tragedy. Sep 1, 2016 2117
First special service force: on the defensive in the Anzio Beachhead, Part 3. Oct 1, 2015 1567
Tommy Prince: decorated Canadian soldier. Oct 1, 2015 395
First Special Service Force: frustration grows until the unit finally sees action, part 2. Sep 1, 2015 1835
First special service force: a combined Canadian-American special unit is born, part 1. Aug 1, 2015 1406
Pyke's other Canadian Folly: Project Habbakuk. Aug 1, 2015 462
The Crow's Nest: it was little more than an isolated skirmish, but it exemplified the tactical stalemate of trench warfare during the Great War. Jul 1, 2015 1793
Fritz: war "trophy" horse. Jul 1, 2015 401
Ortona: a nasty street battle that came to be known as Canada's 'little Stalingrad'. May 1, 2015 1806
Who the hell was Sam Hughes? Part III: Beyond the grave. Feb 1, 2015 1627
The British Columbia Navy? The strange tale of Canada's first submarines. Feb 1, 2015 1877
The Diefenbunker: a secret underground shelter is built for Canada's top political and military personnel during the height of the Cold War. Jan 1, 2015 1644
World War I: who the hell was Sam Hughes? Part II: being Sam Hughes. Jan 1, 2015 2139
World war: who the hell was Sam Hughes? Part I: becoming Sam Hughes. Dec 1, 2014 1312
Out of the past & into the future: bricks and mortar museums must go digital to remain relevant. Dec 1, 2014 555
The Ross rifle, Part I. Dec 1, 2014 761
World War: the first four: the epic Battle at Coronel, November 1, 1914. Nov 1, 2014 1982
Dunsterforce, Part IV: the battle of Baku. Oct 1, 2014 1933
Dunsterforce, part III: Dunsterforce or Dunsterfarce? Sep 1, 2014 1541
World War I: Dunsterforce, Part II: hurry up and wait. Aug 1, 2014 1433
Dunsterforce: a kiplingesque adventure or Stalky's Folly Part I. Jul 1, 2014 1579
Trench raiding: combat effectiveness and the soft factors of raiding: Part VII. Jun 1, 2014 1606
The Bren Gun scandal: what's new is old, after all! May 1, 2014 3542
Trench raiding: the costs and benefits of raiding: Part VI. May 1, 2014 1574
Military books: at war with the elite WWII Devil's Brigade. Book review Apr 1, 2014 466
Trench raiding: "the men went over the top like clockwork": Avion, June 8-9, 1917 Part V. Apr 1, 2014 1649
Trench raiding: a textbook raid: calonne, january 17, 1917 part III. Feb 1, 2014 1590
Military books: New book chronicles the history of canada's foremost regiment. Book review Feb 1, 2014 426
Trench raiding: from conception to birth, 1915 part II. Jan 1, 2014 1567
LA petite guerre & trench raids: what's old is new again PART I. Dec 1, 2013 1447
The battle for York: upper Canada falls to the Americans: once the American forces had landed, confusion, incompetence and calamity ruled the battlefield. The British lost the fort but claimed victory, as the Americans lost much and gained little. Jul 1, 2013 2454
The battle for York: the American attack on Upper Canada. Jun 1, 2013 1611
Navies, Natives & Napoleon the war of 1812 in Context-part 2: last issue, we learned that much of the reverence we hold for our War of 1812 "heroes" is misplaced, and that time has led to the creation of myths with little basis in fact. As the war between Britain and France raged on the European continent, its impact was felt across the Atlantic, affecting the North American conflict. Apr 1, 2013 2080
Fear of the unknown: a history of wireless ... part three: at the outbreak of hostilities, the wireless was considered an unreliable nuisance; but by the final months of the war, it was an essential element of all combat engagements. Apr 1, 2013 1081
Navies, natives & Napoleon the war of 1812 in context: in Canada, the War of 1812 is remembered through the iconic exploits of heroes, such as General Sir Isaac Brock and Laura Secord. Unfortunately, most of that reverence is misplaced. Mar 1, 2013 1398
Fear of the unknown: a history of wireless ... part two: although the static nature of trench warfare seemingly lent itself to telephone communication, the mud and artillery bombardments caused frequent interruptions. Wireless technology proved to be the solution. Mar 1, 2013 1345
Fear of the unknown: a history of wireless ... Part one: in an era where battlefield Signals were passed on by semaphore, heliographs and primitive field phones, the introduction of wireless communication was initially met with mistrust. Feb 1, 2013 1773
Two books highlight the contributions made by New Brunswickers in the defence of Canada. Book review Feb 1, 2013 708
Battle of Malcolm's Mills: American raiders run amok in upper Canada. Nov 1, 2012 2816
Les Buissons to Buron: 3 kms, 30 days, 1,000 casualties: after battling their way ashore on D-Day, Canadian soldiers freed stiff resistance from the fanatical SS Hitlerjugend division. Jun 1, 2012 3737
Bound up in the glory of piping: Canadian pipers lead the way: it takes a rare breed of courage to lead your comrades into battle armed with only a musical instrument--and to inspire them with the skirl of the pipes. Jan 1, 2012 1643
A newly translated book offers a rare insight into Germany's official history. Book review Oct 1, 2010 562

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