June 6, 1994

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CHARLIE MARTIN'S WAR

TELEVISION

The Dionne quint-essence

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THE WAR OF WORDS

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CHARLIE MARTIN'S WAR

A decorated Canadian walks the beaches of Normandy 50 years after D-Day, and relives the terror, death and heroism of June 6, 1944
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TELEVISION

The Dionne quint-essence

Dramatizing the early lives of Canada’s famous quintuplets
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THE WAR OF WORDS

If there is any immortality to be won in war, then the men who fought across Normandy in the summer of 1944 will be celebrated for as long as those who struggled at Waterloo or the Somme. The scale of the battle was vast; the prize was the freedom of Western Europe.
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TALES OF WAR

In the air, on the water or on the ground, Canadians ensured the success of the invasion
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WORLD

EYE OF THE STORM

A Canadian heads the world’s most dangerous peacekeeping mission
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D-DAY REMEMBERED

The greatest invasion in history liberated Western Europe from the Nazis and saved it from communism
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THE TOWN THAT NEVER FORGOT

ANTHONY WILSON-SMITH IN ST-MARTIN-DES-ENTREES One of the aircraft was low, too low. That was all too evident to Robert Levoir, even though he was almost two kilometres away, and had been startled by the sudden appearance of five fighter planes dropping from the sky.
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CANADA

STAR ON THE HILL

Ten MPs who excel at winning attention and challenging the Liberal government
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SPORTS

Hockey violent? What else is new?

A great many people new to hockey have forgotten or are unaware that the game has always been a rough, emotional, even frenzied pastime
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THE STARTING POINT

A small city on England’s south coast pays homage to Canada’s troops
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HOME THEATRES

Home theatres are well worth the price of admission for the sensational sight-and-sound experience they deliver.
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COLUMN

Ontario and gays: a new frontier?

Homosexual couples want not simply the freedom to do whatever they do, but society’s full approval and official recognition
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MACLEAN'S ON THE BEACH

On D-Day, Lionel Shapiro—who 12 years later won a Governor General’s Award for his 1955 war novel The Sixth of June—landed on the Normandy beaches as the fighting raged. Working for the Montreal Gazette and on retainer to Maclean’s, he filed his first magazine story on the invasion 10 days after the landing.
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