November/December 2018 issue – Now Available!

November 1, 2018 by Legion Magazine

The November/December 2018 issue of Legion Magazine is out today! Look for it on newsstands or check your mailbox if you subscribe already.

EMBRACING A MODERN-DAY LEGION
Delegates meet up in Manitoba and make plans for the future

ARMISTICE CENTENARY
• How we ended it
• No one could have conceived that Canadians would play such a key role in finishing the First World War
• The symmetry of Mons
• Taking back the city where Britain and Germany first clashed

Last to fall
The British Empire’s final casualty of the war was a Canadian

The great sacrifice: what has it served?

MOTORCYCLE MESSENGERS
Dispatch riders had doubly dangerous duties during the Second World War

CITIZENS OF WAR
The faces of the long-suffering people of Afghanistan reflect their resolve and resilience

AFTER THE WILDFIRE
Fort McMurray rebuilds after a devastating forest fire that caused the largest evacuation in Alberta history

RADAR WARS
A daring mission by a Canadian-crewed Wellington bomber raised the stakes in the Allies’ battle for air supremacy

ON THE BEACH
A tour of the Normandy coastline honours those who crossed an ocean to fight tyranny

MILITARY HEALTH MATTERS
Quadruple amputee inspired others

FRONT LINES
On operations with G.I. Joe

EYE ON DEFENCE
Scattering Canada’s armed forces

FACE TO FACE
Should the Allies have ceased their attacks on Nov. 10?

CANADA AND THE NEW COLD WAR
How the Afghan mission started

HUMOUR HUNT
The glory days of the Clunk

HEROES AND VILLAINS
Ferdinand Foch and Matthias Erzberger

ARTIFACTS
The 49th Battalion’s Mons bugle

O CANADA
The legacy of “Mr. Veteran”

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