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Escape Hatch by Gerhard P. Bassler

Undoubtedly, Newfoundland & Labrador has had a colourful history, from fishing to a strategic WWII port to today’s tourism business. However, a little-known slice of Newfoundland & Labrador (NL) history (outside of the province, that is) is that of Premier Joey Smallwood’s attempt to diversify NL’s industrial┬ábase outside of fishing and logging by attracting post-WWII German industries and German immigrants to Canada’s newest province.… Continue reading