Second World War

Ronald Leopold, executive director Anne Frank House, gestures as he talks next to the passage to the secret annex during an interview in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Monday, Jan. 17, 2022. A cold case team that combed through evidence for five years may have solved one of World War II’s enduring mysteries: Who betrayed Jewish teenage diarist Anne Frank and her family? Their answer, outlined in a new book, is that it most likely was a Jewish lawyer called Arnold van den Bergh. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

Cold case team shines new light on betrayal of Anne Frank

Investigation reveals teen’s family may have been betrayed by man trying to save own family

 

Sapper Stanley Bartlett served with the Canadian Engineers during the First World War. He died on Oct. 23, 1918, and was buried in the Fairview Cemetery in Prince Rupert. War graves inspector Dominique Boulais has been traveling across B.C. to ensure that the graves are maintained properly. (Photo submitted by Dominque Boulais)

War Graves Commission wants municipality to clean up veteran graves

Inspector Dominique Boulais inspected nine Prince Rupert war graves on Sept. 5

 

An aerial shot of the clearing at Barrett Fort, on southern Kaien Island, taken in early April 2018. The fort was the largest station to guard the harbour during World War Two. (Submitted)

Port authority clears land surrounding WWII fort

Barrett Fort was the largest built in Prince Rupert during the WWII — and public access is restricted

An aerial shot of the clearing at Barrett Fort, on southern Kaien Island, taken in early April 2018. The fort was the largest station to guard the harbour during World War Two. (Submitted)