Canada at War: THE SERVICES: She Fixes Me Fine

Under the Gothic pile of Parliament's World War I Victory Tower, two V.C.s met. Both were there to sell Victory Bonds for World War II. They shook hands, parted. One was trim, khakied Major Paul Triquet, who won the Victoria Cross early this year before Ortona (TIME, March 20). The other was little Philip Konowal, whose glory had been forgotten by almost everybody but himself.

Philip Konowal first came to Canada from the Ukraine in 1913 "to get some money." Two years later he enlisted in the Canadian Corps. In 1917, Corporal Konowal killed 52 Germans with rifle, bayonet and...

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