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Brave Soldiers, Proud Regiments: Canada's…
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Brave Soldiers, Proud Regiments: Canada's Military Heritage

by Allen Andrews

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Designed for the general reader as well as the student of Canadian history, this book recounts the colourful story of our military's past through the personalities and accomplishments of its soldiers. The twenty-six chapters commence with the 1759 Battle of the Plains of Abraham and the stirring story of Loyalist soldiers during the American Revolution. Great War sketches include the moving story of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry and an account of Sir Julian Byng, who led the Canadian Corps to victory at Vimy Ridge. World War Two stories include portraits of senior commanders Andy McNaughton and Harry Crerar as the 'D-Day Dodgers' -- Canadians who fought in Italy.

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