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Alexander & Kesselring

Harold Alexander Two supreme commanders sparred for victory in Italy “No other troops in the world but German paratroops could have stood up to such an

C.D. Howe and Albert Speer

Canada’s war production ultimately outpaced Germany’s When war broke out in September1939, Parliament passed the Department of Munitions and Supply Act. Consequently, a civilian department

Osborn & Sakai

Sacrifice and atrocities in the Battle of Hong Kong WARRANT OFFICER JOHN OSBORN In October 1941, the Winnipeg Grenadiers joined the Hong Kong garrison as part

Heroes And Villains: Bush & bin Laden

George W. Bush’s war machine proved unable to eliminate Osama bin Laden GEORGE W. BUSH Just 45 minutes after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks

Harry Crerar & Benito Mussolini

In Italy in 1943, both leaders failed at command Even heroes have flaws. General Henry (Harry) Crerar rose to lieutenant-colonel of artillery in the First

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