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D-Day confidential: How four Canadian soldiers made it through their longest day
Ingenium - Canada's Museums of Science and Innovation
Jun 6, 2019
Today marks 75 years since soldiers — including 14,000 Canadians — stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day. They included a Nova Scotia fisherman, a Quebec labourer, an Ottawa civil servant, and an Alberta farmer. Read their eyewitness accounts in this article from The Globe and Mail , and watch a short video from Jim Parks of the Royal Winnipeg Rifles — who was among those storming Juno Beach.
Introduction to the Legacy Series
Canada Aviation and Space Museum
Dec 1, 2017
In this short introduction, Canadian Air Force cadet Andy encounters the ghost of Second World War RCAF Captain Johnny C. After determining that the captain is indeed a ghost, Andy realizes that the captain must have some great stories to tell.