Canada’s man in Havana

The story of a young Canadian diplomat spying on the Soviets in Cuba on behalf of the CIA with the blessing of our prime minister is improbable, but no more so than its context. This was the Cuban missile crisis of 1962, when the world came within a hair’s breadth of a nuclear holocaust....
  • The Edge Of Hell

    March 1, 2007 by Tim Cook
    INSET PHOTO: FRANK ROYAL, LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA—PA170783; ILLUSTRATION: STEPHEN SNIDER Gregory Clark (inset) also served as a war correspondent in WW II. Dear old Governor, This is Good Friday, and I am spending the day girding myself for action. For our Easter Sunday, with...
  • Chilled By The Cold War

    January 1, 2007 by John M. Robertson
    ILLUSTRATION: DAVID BADOUR “If disaster be inevitable, make the best of it, is what Confucius is popularly supposed to have advised. No doubt Confucius said nothing of the sort, but during the Cold War that sentiment seemed, to many of us, to be the guiding...
  • Grandpa’s Silence

    November 1, 2006 by Sandra M. Walton
    ILLUSTRATION: STEWART SHERWOOD My grandfather, Alan Hanchard, was a quiet, reticent man who seldom mentioned World War I. So I was pleased and somewhat surprised when he agreed to provide me with information on the war for an essay I had to prepare for a...
  • A Tapestry Of Sacrifice

    November 1, 2006 by Eric Potts
    As a child I was always fascinated by those grainy pictures in history books of American Civil War veterans who lived well into the 20th century–50, 60 and even 70 years after their war experience. As I looked closely at their faces I wondered what...
  • Dieppe: Return To Red Beach

    November 1, 2006 by Kelly-Anne Campbell
    PHOTOS: KELLY-ANNE CAMPBELL Clockwise from top left: At Dieppe, Sister Agnes Marie Valois of France and Essex and Kent Scottish Regiment commanding officer Lt.-Col. Phil Berthiaume participate in the ceremony commemerating the sacrifices of the Essex Scottish; Dieppe veterans (from left) James McArthur and Harold...
  • Planning For The Day After

    September 1, 2006 by John M. Robertson
    PHOTOS: ALF SPENCE Provincial cabinet ministers tour the Nanaimo, B.C., HQ in 1958. Inset: the author in the broadcast station. The Cold War seemed to some of us a much hotter possibility in the 1950s. The United States and the Soviet Union were poised to...
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