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Six war years, 1939-1945: memories of Canadians at home and abroad.
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Contains an alphabetical register of Holocaust victims ("Yizkor", p. of Hebrew section) as well as necrologies of Jewish resistance fighters who fell against the Nazis (p. 26 of Hebrew section [at head of page]) and of former residents of the town who died in Israel and abroad (p. , Hebrew section). Cats are often overlooked in the history of military animals, and for the most part, all of our famous wartime cats became so during the 1st and 2nd World Wars, when cats were still very much a part of the naval service - both here in the States and abroad. Here . Happy Leap Day, Everyone! Since today is an extra-special, once-every-four-years day, I have an extra-special treat for readers; an interview with June Hur, author of the upcoming young adult novel, The Silence of Bones, which will be out in April About a year back, I was working on [ ] SuperM Live in Vancouver.
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