News About the Dieppe Raid is Thinning Out
Several rare and significant items are shared by The Winnipeg Tribune
while Dieppe wounded recuperate in hospitals in England, Sept., 1942
Until I get back to the microfiche files at the University of Western Ontario (closed to me for the last couple of years due to Covid-19) I have been leaning on The Trib as a key resource for news clippings that relate to events participated in by Canadians in Combined Operations, e.g., the Dieppe raid.
And the newspaper from central Canada - available for interested readers to peruse online at their leisure - does not disappoint. Microfilm - archived at the University of Manitoba - is clean and crisp and filled with valuable stories, photographs, rare details, etc., and offered in an easy-to-view format.
Below readers will find "valuable stories, photographs, rare details, etc.," about pertinent events related to World War II, some involving Canadians in Combined Operations and their role in the fateful Dieppe raid, as it appeared in the September 1 - 7, 1942 issues of The Winnipeg Tribune:
Ross Munro, a very hard working Canadian war correspondent,
types another story for his readers. Italy, 1943
Please click here to view Research: Post-Dieppe, August 26 - 31, 1942 (Parts 1 - 5)
Unattributed Photos GH