By Judy Kozar
Boy meets woman. It's a narrative that by no means grows outdated. but, sometimes, it will get a brand new twist, as in Canada's warfare Grooms and the women Who Stole Their Hearts. in the course of global struggle II, millions of servicemen got here to Canada to coach and, certainly, there have been simply as many neighborhood women wanting to meet them. The British Commonwealth Air education Plan used to be the conduit for lots of of those younger males, who might usually locate themselves stationed on distant bases around the nation. understand that, the extensive open areas, harsh winters, and immense distances have been a much cry from what they have been used to "back home." but loneliness and foreignness quickly gave strategy to love for lots of of those males, for Canada, in addition to that "special girl." via interviews and photographs, writer Judy Kozar has collected greater than forty of those wartime romances in a set that may make you suspect love actually does overcome all.
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