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The Star Weekly was a Canadian newsmagazine published by the Toronto Star. During the Second World War, a colour illustration with a wartime theme appeared on the cover each week. Here’s an image dated January 22, 1942 showing the RCAF attacking a submarine.
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"Canada at War" - by Canadian Printing and Lithography, Montreal, Quebec, n.d. [1940?] This postcard, published early in the Second World War, gave users a thumbnail sketch of the three services and described Canada's Battle Flag, shown in the background.
This Star Weekly image is dated March 28, 1942. The small print is difficult to read, but each city is marked with the population and distance from the coast by air. For example, Saskatoon with a population of 45,000 is 600 miles from the coast, or three hours. Toronto with a population of 660,000 is only two hours away. The caption warns: "Just remember, these times are based on a bomber speed of 200 miles per hour. With bomber planes improving almost daily, this is considered slow.”