Displaced by war: Life on the edge

An item from the Legion Magazine.

Legion Magazine
Front Lines
Displaced by war: Life on the edge

Displaced by war: Life on the edge

Story by Stephen J. Thorne

While the world fights the coronavirus pandemic, families displaced by war in Yemen are combatting malnutrition and rampant disease, most of which has long been eradicated in the West.

Recent reports from inside the embattled country say increasing numbers of children living in displaced-persons’ camps are coming down with malaria, cholera, polio and diphtheria—and often dying.


Deluxe World War II Collections 10-8-5 Volume Sets
Military Milestones
Prisoners of Dieppe

Prisoners of Dieppe

Story by Sharon Adams

In June 1942, Canadian troops arrived for six weeks of combined operations training on the Isle of Wight in England in preparation for the raid on Dieppe, France.

Among them were a dozen men from the Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps, who were to deliver ammunition, help with the wounded, and transport German prisoners to ships waiting offshore.


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