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Righting Canada's Wrongs: Italian Canadian Internment in the Second World War

A newly updated edition explains how prejudice and racism led to the roundup and internment of hundreds of loyal Italian Canadians during the Second World War and includes the federal government’s apology for the internment in 2021.

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Big Business and Hitler

Too Young to Die

The never-before-told story of underage youth in uniform

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The Myth of the Good War

A revisionist historian offers a refreshing but challenging account of the Second World War, what caused it, why it unfolded as it did, and who emerged the real victor.

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Incredible Tales of the Royal Canadian Air Force

The stories of the valiant Canadians who enlisted in the RCAF and fought during WWII

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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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Disaster at Dieppe

The incredible and harrowing story of Canada's worst day in the Second World War

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Within the Barbed Wire Fence

A unique memoir by a young Japanese-Canadian poet torn from his family and interned in distant labour camps for the "crime" of being Japanese during the Second World War

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Incredible Tales of the Royal Canadian Air Force

The stories of the valiant Canadians who enlisted in the RCAF and fought during WWII

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9781552778074 | Published: December 2011

The Canadian Fuhrer

This is the first independent biography of the leading Canadian fascist of the 1930s and 40s, Adrian Arcand. As a journalist and political organizer, Arcand was a fierce advocate of the anti-democratic views of fascism, a virulent anti-Semite, and an admirer of Hitler, Mussolini and other fascist leaders around the world. Imprisoned for his views during the Second World War, Arcand emerged to promote his ideas for three more decades. He was an early Holacaust denier, a lifelong apologist for Hitler, and an influence in right-wing politics in Canada in the 1950s and 60s.

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