|Tourist cabins are far and few between but Nash features seats that lay flat and make into twin travel beds. Lucky travellers can stop whenever, wherever they like, when they own a 1940 Nash.
|John Buchan is a well-known novelist. His book, 39 Steps, was made into a movie by Alfred Hitchcock in 1935.
|Lord Tweedsmuir founded the Governor General's Prize for literature.
|The Conservative Party wants a national government--made up of members from each political party.
|The Honourable C.D. Howe chats with a worker in an aircraft factory.
|Franklin D. Roosevelt built 'The Little White House' in 1932.
|Senator Therese Casgrain has fought hard for women to be allowed to vote in Quebec. She will be honoured with a stamp in 1985.
|Ford of Canada and General Motors of Canada will cooperate to built Canadian Military Pattern (CMP) trucks.
|The Honourable Member of Parliament for Kingston will have a Canadian Coast Guard Ship named in his memory in 1969.
|Red indicates areas where the Axis Powers have their bases.
|Hitler and his officials use the same railway car where the Germans surrendered to the French in 1918.
|Princess Margaret gets her arm tied into a sling by Princess Elizabeth as part of Girl Guides' training.
|July 26:The Lord's Day Act declares Sunday to be a day of rest. People may not work and merchants must be closed. Mr. Mirsky lives in Ottawa.
|Spitfire fighter planes defend Britain.
|Millions of Canadians wandered the country, looking for work in the Dirty 'Thirties. The Unemployment Insurance plan will prevent people from being homeless and starving in the future.
|An Imperial Oil station in Edmunston, New Brunswick.
|Prime Minister Mackenzie King and President Roosevelt chat in Ogdensburg, New York.
|The Heinz factory in Leamington, Ontario is the largest food processing plant in the British Empire.
|Grenfell is honoured with this stamp, issued in 1940.