Examining Han Solo's German Mauser C96 and the Stormtroopers' Sten/Sterling-inspired submachine guns.
The story of Conn Smythe's WWI military service and the NHL trophy that bears his name.
Over 17,000 women served in the RCAF Women's Division during the Second World War and although their role was non-combative, 30 women would lose their lives.
The incredible story of the "Great Escape" and the Canadian connections to "Tom", "Dick", and "Harry" at Stalag Luft III (WWII).
The untold story of Canada's greatest solo effort in Second World War Europe.
The story of the Sportsman’s Battery: a creation of Toronto Maple Leaf founder Conn Smythe that consisted of many pro athletes, went to fight in WWII Europe.