The million Second World War veterans had political clout in the postwar years, but they were never a single voting bloc. In the late 1960s, the Legion had about 300,000 members, including First and Second World War and veterans. Some Second World War veterans served as and Cabinet ministers in and governments, they rose to head companies and worked in all manner of occupations and practices, but none ever became . Nonetheless, the veterans had a profound effect on postwar Canada.


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