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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. ISBN 978-0-670-02119-2.Hastings, Max (1984). Overlord: D-Day and the Battle for Normandy. Simon & Schuster. ISBN 978-0-671-46029-3Stacey, 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. ISBN 978-0-912138-38-6McKay, A. Donald (2005). Gaudeamus Igitur “Therefore Rejoice”. Bunker to Bunker Books, Calgary, AB, 2005. ISBN 978-1-894255-53-4Whitaker, Denis and Shelagh Whitaker, with Terry Copp (2000). Victory at Falaise: The Soldier’s Story. HarperCollins Publishers Ltd., Toronto, ON. ISBN 978-0-00-200017-2

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