Scott Taylor
Esprit de Corps

"Richard Sanders has compiled an important trove of research into a very little known, and sinister chapter in Canada’s history. Most importantly, Sanders' work makes the connection between former Nazi collaborators and the East European ethno-nationalist organizations that continue to influence the Canadian political landscape. Portraying themselves as 'anti-Soviets,' many of those Eastern European and Baltic fascists who supported Adolf Hitler (many serving in the ranks of the SS), were allowed to immigrate to Canada after WW2.

"Within their own communities the Nazi ideology is perpetuated in the form of monuments to SS units and individuals who are still celebrated as war heroes. Sanders’ work provides a disturbing insight into how fading memories and lack of education have made Holocaust distortion and denial possible in Canada. He is to be commended for his brave work in bringing this information forward."   
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Scott Taylor is a former soldier who founded Esprit de Corps military magazine in 1988. He has worked as a war correspondent in the Balkans, Cambodia, Western Sahara, Iraq, Afghanistan, Nagorno-Karabakh and Libya. In 2004 he was abducted and tortured by Ansar al-Islam while reporting from Talafar, Iraq. Taylor has authored eight books, which were translated into six languages. He has also hosted four award winning documentary films. Since 2001 Taylor has been a syndicated columnist on military affairs.
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Cold War Canada:
Ongoing state support for East European
émigré groups with deep fascist roots

Collaborators, Cults, Crusades and Coverups in an era of “truth and reconciliation”

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