X (Camp X)


A secret training camp near Oshawa, Ontario1 for Canadian and British commandos and spies during World War II. It is symbolic of the central role played by Canada during WWII, despite its relatively small population of less than 20 million of the time.

Camp X was legendary among British and American intelligence services. It ceased operations shortly after the war.

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References

  1. Camp X. The Canadian Encyclopedia.

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  • Berkeley Fleming

    I suggest entries for “MaĆ®tres chez nous” and “Je me souviens”.