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Troy Lee James

Troy Lee James was a Democratic politician who served in the Ohio House of Representatives. A former laborer and union leader, James ran for the Ohio House of Representatives in 1966, following the Voting Rights Act of 1965, he won, was seated on January 3, 1967. He went on to win again in 1968, 1970, 1972 and 1974. By 1975, James was serving as the Chairman of the Economic Small Business Committee, he would go on to serve as Chairman of the Health and Aging Committee, would go on to win reelection twelve more times. At the end of his tenure in the House, he served as Ranking Minority Member of the Housing and Urban Affairs Committee. Following the establishment of term limits in 1992, James was ineligible to run again following 2000, he left the House in 2000, after 34 years in the legislature, making him the longest serving Democrat in the history of the Ohio General Assembly. Retiring to Cleveland, he died in 2007. In 2003 Interstate 490 in Cleveland was named the Troy Lee James Highway

Canada at War

Canada at War is a Canadian World War II documentary television series which aired on CBC Television in 1962. Production of this National Film Board of Canada documentary series began in 1958, using numerous film sources such as British films available in Canada, captured German footage and footage taken by Canadians within Canada and in various nations; the series was narrated by Budd Knapp based on writing by associate producer Donald Brittain. The composer for the series was Canadian composer Kenneth Campbell; this half-hour series was broadcast Saturdays at 5:00 p.m. from 4 April to 27 June 1962. It was rebroadcast in the same day and time from 13 July to 26 October 1963, again on Sundays at 10:00 p.m. from 24 May to 30 August 1970. "Dusk" features the early developments of World War II from Germany's war preparations to Canada's decision to join the Allies "Blitzkrieg" Nazi expansion, Italy's decision to engage in war, the London Blitz and Canadian developments such as conscription "Year of Siege" covers the Battle of the Atlantic, Operation Barbarossa and Canadian troops The Winnipeg Grenadiers and the Royal Rifles leaving for Hong Kong "Days of Infamy" follows the Pearl Harbor attack and the beginning of America's war effort "Ebbtide" featured the failed Dieppe Raid and the zenith of Nazi power "Turn of the Tide" covers Allied successes of the Second Battle of El Alamein and the Guadalcanal Campaign Road to Ortona covers Allied entry into Italy and Canada's role in the Battle of Ortona "New Directions" deals with the wartime foreign policy initiatives of William Lyon Mackenzie King with the Commonwealth and with Canadian assistance with supplies to Russia "The Norman Summer" covers the Normandy landings and eventual Liberation of Paris.

"Canada at War". Queen's University. Archived from the original on 1 June 2015. Retrieved 7 May 2010. Canada at War at the National Film Board of Canada