Canadians at Dieppe 1942 and in Bomber Command 1940-45

Striking Back

Battlefields, cemeteries and memorials of the legacy and sacrifice of Canadians in the Dieppe Raid and Bomber Command

Part 1: Canadians at Dieppe 1942

Battlefields, cemeteries and memorials of the legacy and sacrifice of Canadians in the Dieppe Raid and Bomber Command. We examine the methods the Allies used to strike at Hitler’s Europe. Dieppe was the largest amphibious raid, and in the air, bombers devastated German cities, industries, and supply lines.

Part 2: Canadians in Bomber Command 1940-45

The Dieppe Raid taught the Allies that planning and preparation with reasonable objectives were the route to success. Bomber Command veteran Jim Moffat tells of the life of bomber crews and that terrible night over occupied Europe when Jim’s plane went down, and he was the only survivor.

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