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Our Violent National Game

The great hockey debate continues

Pax Atlantica

NATO’s long-lasting relevance

Donald M. Schurman

Donald M. Schurman taught at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario, and is the author of numerous books on military history, most recently Imperial Defence, 1868–1887, published in 2000 by Frank Cass.

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The Strange War in Ireland

Two Canadians in the cage—sort of September 2002
A Canadian lawyer from Vancouver has transformed an unfinished manuscript begun by his veteran father, whose shaky navigation had caused him to crash in Ireland and then enter what appears to be the almost comic-opera internment system in the Irish Republic during World War II. At first sight, the book seems light fare about two young Canadians—Keefer senior and his friend and navigator Jack Calder—in and out of…