The Shame And The Glory: Dieppe.
August 19, 1942. The Dieppe Raid would prove to be one of the most shameful and tragic disasters of World War Two to the many Canadian troops and British Commandoes who were killed, wounded, and taken prisoner. Yet at the same time, it can also be considered a lesson well learned. The Canadians first engagement with the German forces in World War Two was at The Dieppe Raid, and there encounter was a terrible one. The Canadians forces achieved next to none of the objectives of the raid on the beaches of France, causing this mission to end in a failure. The idea of the raid was to make a sea…
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