Edited by the Juno Beach Centre’s Alex Fitzgerald-Black, this series marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day, Canada’s role on Juno Beach, and the beginning of the victory campaign in northwest Europe. It features posts on Posts on the social and cultural impacts of the war; battlefield tourism now and in the past; the role of women, francophones, non-British or Indigenous peoples; the war and popular culture in Canada; teaching or applying historical thinking concepts; and on active public history initiatives. You will find the call for papers here.
- Not Enough Trained Infantrymen: The 1944 Conscription Crisis
- Hussar: My Grandpapa and the Polish Experience Under British Command in the Second World War
- A selection of records about D-Day and the Normandy Campaign, June 6 to August 30, 1944
- Civil Affairs in Caen
- Preparing the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division for the Normandy Campaign, 1942-1944
- A Pivotal Experience: Indigenous Participation in D-Day and the Second World War
- Remembering the Bombardment: Juno Beach 75 Years Later
- Remembering a Military Chaplain: Major R.M. Hickey, MC
- ‘”I’m scared too”: Margie MacNaughton, her father Archie, and the cost of D-Day
- Harry Hardy and Recovering the Ghosts of the Tiffy Boys
- Juno to Victory: A Call for Blog Posts
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