John’s Believe It Or Not… August 13th

In 1941 – National Defence establishes the Canadian Women’s Army Corps (CWAC). In 1521 Aztec capital falls to Cortés. In 1952 “Hound Dog” is recorded for the first time by Big Mama Thornton. In 1931 Novelist and screenwriter William Goldman is born. In 1860 Annie Oakley is born.

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* 1941 – National Defence establishes the Canadian Women’s Army Corps (CWAC).

The formation of the Canadian Women’s Army Corps during the Second World War is a milestone in the history of women’s participation in the Canadian military. Continue reading “John’s Believe It Or Not… August 13th”