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St. Laurent and Kim Il-Sung

On Aug. 7, 1950, Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent addressed the nation by radio. The subject was North Korea’s attack on South Korea and the

Face to Face

In 1899, the press in English Canada had a cause that filled the front pages. Britain was preparing to fight a war in South Africa

Montgomery and Rommel

On Aug. 15, 1942, when Lieutenant-General Bernard Montgomery took command of the British Eighth Army in North Africa, the British forces held a precarious defensive

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