Some of the stories in this last part of the exhibition tell of the aftermath of the war for various peoples. As it was in the United States, so it was in Canada during the Second World War. Japanese-Canadians were treated with suspicion, and sent to internment camps. Such was the case with Michiko Ayukawa.
Hubert Brooks was one of those stories of luck: parachuting out of a burning plane over Germany, getting taken prisoner... and then escaping and spending the rest of the war fighting alongside the Polish Resistance and serving with distinction. In 1948, he was part of the Canadian hockey team that won the gold medal in the Winter Olympics.
The Campbell brothers, who I mentioned early on in this series, have had their legacy live on after their deaths in 1944. Campbell Bay, Saskatchewan, is named in the honour of the twins.