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Blood in the Mud | 360 VR-Experience
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Blood in the Mud | 360 VR-Experience

This video is best viewed on a mobile device or VR headset. Use headphones for a fully immersive environment. Experience the First World War Battle of Beaumont-Hamel from a perspective never before portrayed. Brought to you by Legion Magazine, this 360/VR experience is an artist’s representation of the past and present landscape during and following the battle that took place on July 1, 1916. A new bilingual, interactive 360° VR-EXPERIENCE from Legion Magazine—“Blood in the Mud 360°”—examines the role of the Newfoundland Regiment and the Canadian Expeditionary Force in the monumental First World War battle that took place more than 100 years ago on both sides of the Somme River in France, from July 1 to Nov. 18, 1916. The assault at Beaumont-Hamel on July 1 saw the Newfoundlander...
Prisoners of War
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Prisoners of War

Canadians taken captive in the First and Second World Wars experienced brutality and starvation in prison camps, sometimes suffering years of confinement that compromised their health and sanity. This new special web-feature uncovers the true stories of Canadians who were captured in WW I and WW II through captivating narration and informed research on their experiences. The site also includes a bonus story on the fascinating treatment of PoWs on Canadian soil. Explore now at legionmagazine.com/pow Written by Sharon Adams and Todd E. Caissie Designed by Julia Paddick
The Halifax Explosion
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The Halifax Explosion

Story by Sharon Adams Design by Julia Paddick After two consecutive awards at the 2016 and 2017 Canadian Online Publishing Awards, Legion Magazine proudly presents our latest interactive website: The Halifax Explosion. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion this December, the site combines historical images, an interactive map, captivating storytelling, animated graphics and other compelling elements to engage readers in this extraordinary event in Canadian history.
Cold Comfort
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Cold Comfort

Legion Magazine is proud to announce that our web-exclusive experience Cold Comfort has won the 2017 Canadian Online Publishing Award for Best Interactive Website! Seventy-five years ago, two U.S. ships ran aground in a storm and were pounded apart on the rocky shores of Newfoundland’s Burin Peninsula on a winter night. Sailors struggled to leave their sinking vessels while local people risked their own lives to save them.    
Blood in the mud
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Blood in the mud

It is not easy to connect with the experiences of Canadian soldiers in the First World War. Now, one hundred years in our past, it has slipped beyond living memory. But we think we have found a way to bring you back, to connect with the epic story of the Somme. And we want you to come and see it. This is your invitation to visit Legion Magazine’s new bilingual web experience Blood in the Mud. Our new interactive site examines the role of the Newfoundland Regiment and the Canadian Expeditionary Force in the monumental battle that took place on both sides of the Somme River in France, from July 1 to Nov. 18, 1916. The assault at Beaumont-Hamel on July 1 saw the Newfoundlanders all but wiped out in only 30 minutes. The Battle of the Somme continued for more than four months and more than 1...

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