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First off, thanks for visiting this page, as it means you find Army.cavaluable enough to consider donating. That must mean we're doing something right now and then. Even if you don't have the means or inclination to donate, I appreciate you considering it.

As you know, Army.cahas provided a free service to those looking for information on Canada's military since 1993. Our goal is to continue to provide this service, and do so without introducing user fees or other indignities. In-site advertising and our generous Subscribers have helped cover off many of the operating expenses to date. The unfortunate reality though, is that running a site - even a "free" one - is very costly especially as readership, bandwidth usage and service costs rise. I have spent a fair amount of money over the years keeping the site alive, which I'm glad to do. At times though, expenses have increased beyond the point that I can reasonably afford. Donations and support from site users help cover off some of the costs associated with this site.

If you'd like to make a donation, just hit the Claymore below to begin. (Non-PayPal users should see the note at the bottom of this page.) Even a $5 donation helps - thanks!

                       

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The funds raised by these donations are all put back into the operation and development of this site. Some examples of this follow:
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THANKS! Your support does make a difference! While I gladly give my time to building and maintaining the site, your donations will allow us to grow to meet our rising demand.

Other ways to help out...

We recognize that not everyone who wants to help out is a fan of PayPal, so there are a variety of other options available as well:
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You can also help out by subscribing to Army.ca , which nets you a battle badge, shirt and many in-site features. Lastly, if you know of any potential advertisers, please let them know that our rates are exceptionally low and we run through almost 5 million unused ad impressions each month - that's lots of room to accommodate prospective advertisers!

Once again, thanks to everyone who has helped make Army.caa valuable resource. Your time, knowledge and financial help are greatly appreciated!

Mike Bobbitt
Army.caOwner
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Today in Military History

August 24



1814:

British troops invade Washington, D.C. and burn down the White House and several other buildings.


1914:

German troops capture Namur.


1917:

VC won by A/Cpl Filip Konowal, 47th Battalion, CEF (formerly 77th Battalion, CEF), Hill 70, France


1929:

Turkey and Persia sign a friendship treaty.


1931:

France and the Soviet Union sign a neutrality treaty.


1939:

All leave cancelled for war


1942:

The Battle of the East Solomon Islands. Japanese aircraft carrier RYUHO is sunk


1944:

French and Allied troops commence the liberation of Paris.


1949:

Formation of NATO


1949:

The North Atlantic Treaty goes into effect. NATO is created.


1968:

France explodes its first hydrogen bomb, thus becoming the world's fifth nuclear power.


1991:

Ukraine declares itself independent from the Soviet Union.


410:

The Visigoths under Alaric sack Rome for three days.




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