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But several groups -- native Canadians, Métis, merchant mariners and Hong Kong prisoners of war -- found themselves ignored and denied the recognition and benefits so crucial to rebuilding their lives.
For them, the fight would last another half century.
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From 1939 to 1945 Canadian soldiers, sailors and air force personnel lived and died in lands far from home.
CBC Radio was one of the few links friends and family in Canada had to their loved ones abroad.
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Those who served during Canada's wars expected danger at the hands of the enemy.
Through reports from the front, dramatizations and direct greetings from soldiers, CBC revealed what life on the battlefront was like.
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But they were ill prepared for the fight that awaited some of them at home.Most veterans were welcomed home with open arms and assistance in putting their lives back in order.