36 Times Season 2 Episode 3: The Ardenne Abbey Massacre & Moose with a Raccoon
This episode, Krista and Lilly have a guest along for the adventure, and it's Andy, bringing the story of the Ardenne Abbey Massacre, a war crime committed against Canadian soldiers in the aftermath of D-Day. Then, because whoa now, that's heavy stuff, the ladies bring some kooky crimes involving a nosy moose and a hipster raccoon.
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Intro music is by We Talk of Dreams & Kooky Crime's song is by Petros! Exciting!
Have some sources! (Thanks to Andy!)
Lackenbauer, P. Whitney & Madsen, Chris M.V. (2007). Kurt Meyer on Trial: A Documentary Record. Government of Canada Catalogue Number. D2-207/2007E.
Beevor, Antony (2009). D-Day: The Battle for Normandy.
New York; Toronto: Viking.
Hastings, Max (1984). Overlord: D-Day and the Battle for Normandy.
Simon & Schuster.
Stacey, C.P.(1960). Official History of the Canadian Army in the Second World War: Volume III: The Victory Campaign: The Operations in North-west Europe 1944-45.
Queen's Printer, Ottawa, ON.
Luther, Craig W.H. (1987). Blood and Honor: The History of the 12th SS Panzer Division "Hitler Youth", 1943-1945.
R. James Bender Publishing, San Jose, CA.
McKay, A. Donald (2005). Gaudeamus Igitur "Therefore Rejoice".
Bunker to Bunker Books, Calgary, AB, 2005.
Whitaker, Denis and Shelagh Whitaker, with Terry Copp (2000). Victory at Falaise: The Soldier's Story.
HarperCollins Publishers Ltd., Toronto, ON.
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