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Canadian Spies

During World War II, some of the most treacherous jobs were those performed by men and women located deep within enemy territory. Always in danger of being exposed and subjected to torture, imprisonment, and even death, their stories are chilling accounts of bravery and luck--and, in some cases, what happens when the luck runs out.

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Unsung Heroes of the RCAF

More than 250,000 courageous men and women were enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II. These Canadians fought valiantly in every major air operation from the Battle of Britain to the bombing of Germany. Thousands lost their lives. Those who survived to tell their stories were forever changed. Here are some of their incredible stories.

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Hell Island

The Chamberlain-Hitler Collusion

This book shows that Chamberlain and other British leaders welcomed Nazism as an alternative to Communism.

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Air Aces

A thoughtful account of the nature of war and wartime heroism, Air Aces examines the myth of the fighter ace, showing why it emerged in the First World War and waned thereafter.

Paperback   Out of stock indefinitely
9781550283211 | Published: January 1990

Air Aces

A thoughtful account of the nature of war and wartime heroism, Air Aces examines the myth of the fighter ace, showing why it emerged in the First World War and waned thereafter.

Hardback   Out of print
9781550283228 | Published: January 1989

One Woman's War