Juno Beach Centre - The Dieppe Raid
The Juno Beach Centre site is about Canada War Efforts during World War II, the landing on D-Day at Normandy, including the Battle of the Scheldt, Liberation of Netherlands, Infantry, Armoured Vehicles, Canadian Women's Army Corps, Royal Canadian Navy, Lancaster Bomber, RCAF Fighter Systems, Adolf Hitler, Winston Churchill, Mackenzie King, Battle of the Atlantic and the Dieppe Raid.
In August 1942, the Allies launched a raid on Dieppe in northern France. Dieppe was to prove a bloodbath for the Allies but important lessons were learned for the 1944 D-Day invasion.
WarMuseum.ca - A Chronology of Canadian Military History - Dieppe, 1942
The Canadian War Museum - A Chronology of Canadian Military History. Disaster at Dieppe. 1942 The Canadian raid on the French coastal town of Dieppe was a catastrophe.
WarMuseum.ca - Democracy at War - Dieppe Raid, 19 August 1942 - Operations
The Canadian War Museum's World War 2 Online Newspaper Archives - World War II Battles - The Battle of Dieppe - Five thousand troops of the 2nd Canadian Infantry Division, along with a thousand British troops, many of them commandos, attacked the French port of Dieppe on the English Channel Coast in August 1942.
The Dieppe Raid: A Tragedy In 1942 - 24 Hour Museum - official guide to UK museums, galleries, exhibitions and heritage
24 Hour Museum is the UK's official guide to over 3,000 museums, galleries, exhibitions and heritage attractions. 24 Hour Museum offers daily arts news, exhibition reviews, listings and in-depth online trails, as well as having a comprehensive, fully searchable, database of over 3,000 cultural institutions.
The raid across the English Channel (OperationJubilee , 19 Aug 1942) on Dieppe
Dieppe raid, poemdescribing landing, August 19, 1942,including pictures, Canadian contingent
Battle of Dieppe - Canadians at Battle of Dieppe in World War II
The Dieppe raid in World War II was a test for the full-scale invasion of western Europe, and it was a disaster for the Canadians.