Canadians and War Volume 1eBook - 2016
Canadians and War Volume 1 brings together four diverse works of research from four Canadian scholars. Canada's military history is a living, breathing thing, with endless perspectives and accounts to be heard, and this collection seeks to bring some of those little-known stories to light. See the effects of Canada's proud military history throughout the world and the century. Go to a Maritime fishing village in "Lunenburg's 'Quiet Riot' and Maritime Resistance to the 1917 Military Service Act" by Maryanne Lewell. Fly high above Sicily in "Canada's Eagles over HUSKY: Canadian Airmen in the Battle of Sicily" by Alexander Fitzgerald-Black. Experience the Dutch occupation through the eyes of a child in "Who Were Their Liberators?" by Matthew Douglass. Finally, let Lieutenant Colonel W. A. Leavey, (retired) bring his four decades of military experience to hilarious light in "Canadian Army Humour: Second World War."
Publisher: [United States] : Lammi Publishing Inc. : Made available through hoopla, 2016
Characteristics: 1 online resource