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Gouzenko Deck


Around the corner from Birling is a quaint little house that was once the home of Igor Gouzenko cipher clerk for the Soviet Embassy to Canada. He defected on September 5, 1945 just three days after the end of World War II with 109 documents on Soviet espionage activities in the West. This forced Prime Minister Mackenzie King to call a Royal Commission to investigate espionage in Canada. Our neighbour was G.

This board is available in a variety of random split-ply bottom colours. This means if the photo is of a green and yellow split-ply, you could receive black and red..totally random. Isn't that fun?!

Made in Canada.