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Canadian Armed Forces members conduct a live range exercise as part of Operation Reassurance at the Camp Ādaži training area in Latvia, on Dec. 19, 2019. Members of the Canadian Armed Forces battle group are in Latvia to show solidarity with a NATO ally, and protect our ‘shared values,’ writes Scott Taylor, which aren't glorifying people who swore allegiance to Adolf Hitler. DND photograph by Cpl. Djalma Vuong-De Ramos


Latvia should take a stronger stance against alleged Holocaust participants

OTTAWA—There is a new exhibition set to open this week at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa. It is entitled “The Latvian Tragedy 1941,” and the promotional material defines it as a depiction of a very dark chapter in that nation’s history.

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