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Face to Face: Were the First World War executions of 25 CEF members justified?

Twenty-five men were executed during the First World War. Twenty-two men faced the firing squad for the crime of desertion, two for murder and one for cowardice. Whether these executions should have taken place has been fiercely debated for decades. While our modern sensibilities likely find these executions wrong, it is important to examine...
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  • Face To Face On Conscription

    March 1, 2014 by Legion Magazine
    Did the Canadian government make the right decision by passing the Military Service Act of 1917? Author Serge Durflinger of Ottawa says NO. Author J.L. Granatstein of Toronto says...
  • Face To Face On The Avro Arrow

    January 1, 2014 by Legion Magazine
    Did the Canadian government make the right decision in February 1959 to cancel the Avro Arrow project? Author and publisher Marc-Andre Valiquette of Montreal says NO. Researcher and writer Russell Isinger of Saskatoon says YES. Valiquette has written and published the four-book series Destruction of a...
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