Goggle-eyed lifesaver

Legion Magazine sat down with Tim Cook, author and historian at the Canadian War Museum, to discuss the introduction of gas warfare in the First World War and the invention and evolution of Gas Masks used to save the soldiers’ lives. The first gas mask issued to British troops after the Germans unleashed the...
  • Tew’s sword

    July 25, 2019 by Sharon Adams
     Seized as a battlefield trophy, then displayed by an Ottawa regiment for a half-century, a U.S. Civil War weapon is returned As long as there has been war, warriors have taken trophies from vanquished enemies: helmets, caps, badges, guns, knives and—most highly prized—swords. One...
  • The Flying Fox versus the Desert Fox

    June 14, 2019 by Don Gillmor
    Charley Fox grew up in Guelph, Ont., and joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in the spring of 1940. He initially worked as a flight instructor and finally saw action in 1943 as a lieutenant with No. 412 Squadron, whose duties included bomber escort and...
  • Peace at last

    May 28, 2019 by Sharon Adams
    We sat down with Gary Luton, Director of Treaty Law at Global Affairs Canada to discuss the most famous treaty of the 20th Century, the Treaty of Versailles. The signing of the Armistice at 5:45 a.m. on Nov. 11, 1918, ended the fighting between the...
  • Washed ashore

    March 15, 2019 by Sharon Adams
    Somewhere off the coast of Florida on Feb. 25, 1958, Canadian navy pilot Lieutenant Barry Troy, 29, of Campbellton, N.B., was lost at sea. Troy was with No. 871 Squadron at HMCS Shearwater, then the naval aviation base in Nova Scotia. But he and three...
  • Artifacts: Scale model

    January 16, 2019 by Sharon Adams
     Legion Magazine’s Stephen J. Thorne sat down with Erin Gregory, Assistant Curator at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa, to discuss what is perhaps the most divisive Canadian project and program of the 20th century – The Avro Arrow. A component of the...
  • The Mons Bugle

    November 2, 2018 by Sharon Adams
    Sharon Adams sits down with Major Greg Miller, Directorate History and Heritage for the Canadian Armed Forces to discuss the history of one of the most famous instruments used in military history: The Bugle. The clear call of bugles signalled both the beginning and the...
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