“And so ended a Perfect Day”: The short, brave life of George Kendall Lucas (1895-1932).
Ken Lucas’s service abroad: stories and observations, 1916-1918.
Secret Sharers: A review of Sinclair McKay’s The Secret Life of Bletchley Park.
Saving Everyone: Iris Origo and the lives of others: a writer’s courageous service in war and peace.
Michael Marra, bard & sage: a singer-songwriter and the intersection of art, politics, and “the optimistic sound.”
Sports résumé: Percy Molson, 1880-1917: a summary of the athletic career of one of Canada’s great sportsmen.
Radical service: The Mackenzie-Papineau volunteers, 1936-39: who they were, where they came from, and why they went.
Percy Molson, that selfsame excellence: the life and ethos of an exemplary man and First World War infantry officer.
Talbot Papineau, the future all before him: the story of the Liberal leader we never had, and a man divided.
Walter Allward, a service in stone: the architect of Canada’s Vimy Memorial, and the epitome of service through art.
Service, duty, and social cohesion, 1914-18: the first of two articles on a century of intense social, political, and cultural change; the West before and immediately after the Somme.
Service and duty in an age unbound: the second article on social, historical, and service-related themes; 1919 to the present.
The last five articles (those on Percy Molson, Talbot Papineau, and so on) have been adapted from Three Soldiers and the Ethos of Service.