A unique collection of watercolour paintings that represent decades of trips by artist Jennifer Morse to places where Canadians fought and died. Morse placed herself on the frontlines of remembrance, travelling around the world – from Italy to Burma to Barbados – to capture veterans in their journey of remembrance, their faces a testament to their experience and the reckoning that comes with living a life after war.
Canada's Ultimate Story On The Battles Canada’s Ultimate Story continues with the sixth instalment of the award-winning series. From their baptism of fire at the Second Battle of Ypres in April 1915 through to the Hundred Days campaign, Canadian soldiers experienced one fierce ground battle after another. Just in time for the war’s centenary, we present Canada’s story of battle on the Western Front.
Canada's Ultimate Story On Liberating Normandy: Canada’s Ultimate Story continues with the fifth instalment of the award-winning series. The Battle of Normandy was the beginning of the end of the Second World War in Northwest Europe. Canadian soldiers, sailors and airmen helped turn the tide towards victory when they landed on Juno Beach and won hard-fought battles against a determined enemy in the summer of 1944. The cost was high with more than 5,000 Canadians killed between June and…
Canada's Ultimate Story On The Victoria Cross: Canada's Ultimate Story continues with the fourth instalment of the award-winning series. The most famous decoration for courage in the western world, the Victoria Cross, has been awarded to dozens of Canadians. To mark this incredible history, Legion Magazine has published a colourful special edition that—through words and pictures—highlights Canada’s remarkable place within the Victoria Cross story. (Includes a Free Victoria Cross Poster)
Korea Special Issue Publication - Canada’s Ultimate Story continues with the third instalment of the series. Following quickly on the success of its First World War and Second World War publications, Legion Magazine is releasing a publication to shed light on the major third war of the 20th century. KOREA: The Forgotten War, featuring text by well-known Canadian historian David J. Bercuson, more than 150 rarely seen archival images, a timeline and five maps.
WWII Special Issue Publication - Canada’s Ultimate Story continues with the second instalment of the series. The Victory And The Cost: The cost was high, but the war that had to be won was a victory in every sense. Through words and pictures, WWII: The War That Had To Be Won tells the ultimate story of Canada’s contribution.
WWI Special Issue Publication - Experience ‘Canada’s Ultimate Story’ like never before! It was supposed to be the war to end all wars but the Great War was the most brutal era in Canadian history. This 100-page book includes a stunning overview map of the Western Front, a dynamic calendar of the most crucial events, and some of the most amazing, rarely-seen photographs of the action.