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WW2 Canadian Army in France
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Attached on the right is a YANK MAGAZINE article written four months after the D-Day landings. The column serves as an account of the Canadian march through France and their commendable stand at the Falaise Gap (excluded from the article, for obvious reasons, was the RAF bomber mishap over their positions that resulted in several hundred Canadian deaths).

Read about the French-Canadians who resisted the draft...

Click here to read about the Canadian POWs who collaborated with the Nazis.


In France with the Canadian Army (Yank Magazine, 1944)

In France with the Canadian Army (Yank Magazine, 1944)

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