Now Available on YouTube – Stopping the Panzers: Canada’s Forgotten Overlord Mission with Marc Milner

The Maple Leaf Route, Part II Historians have traditionally criticized the 3rd Canadian Division for its 'slow' progress after 6 June, for its failure to take Caen when it had a chance, and for succumbing to German counter-attacks and digging in on the Oak Line. But...

On War & Society podcast: Broken Promises with Christopher Capozzola

The United States and the Philippines have been intimately bound by conflict. A US colony from 1898 to 1946, it remained an important US ally in the Pacific. In that time, hundreds of thousands of Filipinos fought and died for the United States, including against...

Stopping the Panzers: Canada’s Forgotten Overlord Mission with Marc Milner

The Maple Leaf Route, Part II June 2nd at 7:30 PM ET, Click HERE Historians have traditionally criticized the 3rd Canadian Division for its 'slow' progress after 6 June, for its failure to take Caen when it had a chance, and for succumbing to German counter-attacks...

Now Available on YouTube: Juno Beach, 1944-2014: An Overview with Terry Copp

The Maple Leaf Route, Part I Terry Copp first visited the Normandy beaches in 1981 when researching Maple Leaf Route: Caen. Armed with the original maps and air photos, he studied the terrain, a key primary source for tactical and operational history. Copp has...

On War & Society podcast: A Curious Case of Shell Shock with Joy Porter

In April 1918, Canadian soldier Frank "Toronto" Prewett was buried alive on the Western Front. Managing to claw his way out of the earth, Prewett was reborn but with a lasting trauma that manifested in a curious way. While recuperating alongside Siegfried Sassoon and...

Underestimated Leadership: Assessment of Harry Crerar’s competency during WWII

by Marianne Grenier – Canadian Military History Colloquium Web Series.

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