By Lance Goddard
Many have referred to as it an important occasion of the 20 th century - and Canada performed a key function. whilst Canadian troops landed at Juno seashore, they confronted many of the fiercest competition of the assault, and but they controlled to develop additional inland than the entire different Allied forces. "D-Day: Juno seashore, Canada's 24 Hours of Destiny" chronicles that momentous day hour-by-hour, during the phrases of the lads themselves. With greater than three hundred illustrations, it is a vibrant remembrance of 1 of Canada's maximum army achievements.
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William Lyon Mackenzie wrote of personally witnessing a tea-smuggling operation from Youngstown, New York to Fort George right under the noses of British soldiers who made no effort whatever to intervene. He concluded that smuggling tea and other American goods across the border, especially at Niagara, “must have been nearly universal” (Mackenzie 1833, 81–84). American treasury officials, perhaps even more than the British, tried their utmost to put a stop to smuggling across the border, but from 33 both sides the ofﬁcials could only intercept a trickle of the huge stream of smuggled goods regularly crossing the line.
27. 28. 29. (London: Hudson’s Bay Record Society, 1946) at 239–304. Jennifer Brown, Strangers in Blood: Fur Trade Company Families in the Indian Country (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1980) at 14, has noted that Nixon’s “report” of 1682 is the earliest surviving account of the fur trade sent back to London from Hudson Bay. Ibid. at 272–73. E. , Hudson’s Bay Company Letters Outward, 1679–94, vol. E. , Hudson’s Bay Copy Booke of Letters, Commissions, Instructions Outward, 1668–1696, vol.
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