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David Peck | Many people know about Marcel Marceau's life as a mime artist, but not about his life in the Second World War resistance movement. Director Jonathan Jakubowicz talks about his new film "Resistance."
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David Peck | Rebecca Snow and Steve Gamestar talk about their new film, told through stories and unanswered questions of three people who endured the horror of Nazi concentration camps as children.
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David Peck | Cast members August Diehl and Valerie Pachner talk about Terrence Malick's new film "A Hidden Life," based on letters by a man who gave up his life rather than support the Third Reich.
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David Peck | Robert Schwentke, Frederick Lau, Max Hubacher and Face2Face host David Peck talk about their new film The Captain, violence from a perpetrator's perspective, and the banality of evil.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The fog of war obscures the truth from Vimy to Mosul and Allepo.
Blog
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Wael Haddara | Leo Mascioli was an Italian-Canadian architect who lived in North Bay, Ontario for over 50 years -- only to be interned by his own country during the Second World War.
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Redeye Collective | A new novel by novelist and Bowen Island resident Joan Haggerty follows four families, including one Japanese family, through the tumultuous years of the Second World War and beyond.
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Doreen Nicoll | 'The Apology' showcases the strength, love, beauty, power, resilience and quiet determination of women who survived a living hell on earth and triumphed despite being blamed.
News
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Alyse Kotyk | Upcoming article and research in partnership with Landscapes of Injustice reveals that the City of Vancouver was more involved in the forced sale of Japanese-Canadian property during Second World War.
Columnists
Retiree Matters, Sonja Alton | A political junkie is defined as "one who is obsessed by all things political and votes in every election." Sonja Alton reflects on a life defined by political engagement.
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David J. Climenhaga | Canadians deserve to know: Is the government of Canada against the glorification of Nazism, or not?
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Mel Watkins | To argue that the First World War was "inevitable," a pre-determined result of some conjuncture of historical forces, is wrong from the very moment of the improbable event that triggered it all.