Canada at War: THE SERVICES: Baptism for Zombies

Ever since the first batch of Canadian Zombies (home-defense draftees) was ordered overseas at year's end, Canada had waited to see how they would perform as fighters. Last week the first definite word came that Zombies were in combat —and the news was good.

Exactly how many Zombies were already in action was not yet known. But it was known that some were attached to the Algonquin Regiment. And when the Regiment was given the job of taking the German village of Veen, the Zombies got their chance. They had to advance over flat farmland, then subdue the German defenders house...

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