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How Ottawa seized a golden opportunity to help defeat the Nazis in WWII
By Alistair Steele
Canadian Broadcasting Corp. News, Toronto
Saturday, July 10, 2021
In June 1940, the Second World War was not going well for Great Britain.
More than 300,000 Allied soldiers and sailors had just been rescued in the desperate evacuation from the French port of Dunkirk. The French army soon crumbled, and by mid-month German troops were marching into Paris.
The Nazi invasion of Britain seemed both imminent and inevitable.
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The newly formed government of Winston Churchill needed a plan to keep the nation's wealth out of Hitler's hands. Some of it had already made its way across the Atlantic, but Britain needed a way to move the rest.
Operation Fish was hatched and would soon become the single-largest transfer of material wealth in history at the time -- though very few people in Britain or Canada, where billions of dollars' worth of gold and securities would be sent for safekeeping, ever caught a whiff. ...
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