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Scott, D.B., Ed. (Patrice A. Dutil, D.B. Scott, Hugh Halliday, Robert Collins, Charles Oberdorf, J.L. Granatstein, Desmond Morton. Listings

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1 Scott, D.B., ed. (Patrice A. Dutil, D.B. Scott, Hugh Halliday, Robert Collins, Charles Oberdorf, J.L. Granatstein, Desmond Morton. CANADA REMEMBERS.
Toronto St. Clair Group, 1994 Very Good - 
82 pp, 10 3/4" H, soft cover (magazine format). Profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Contents: A Summer Chill: With a quiet, but independent resolve, Canada declares war on another country for the first time in its history; The March To Victory : A memory map of Canada's war - The chronology of victory and defeat on the battle front and the home front; On The Front Line: Overseas, the ordinary Canadian serviceman battled the enemy but also boredom, dirt and loneliness; Capturing The Moments: One of the most remarkable legacies of the Second World War was the work of Canada's war artists; An Arsenal For Democracy: For every Canadian in uniform, there were ten serving on the home front, working for victory in everyway they could; Pulling Out The Stops: When the war came, Canadian industry and workers armed an astonished world; A Time For Reflection: Six Canadians look back 50 years - what it was like then, and what it's been like since the Second World War; The War Changed Everything: Canada has a lot to celebrate besides the victory. It had loosened up, lightened up and beome a kinder, gentler place; Men Of Valour: Canada's Second World War Victoria Cross Receipients. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - Light edge wear - mainly on spine, small bump to bottom of spine with moderate wear. 
Price: 10.00 USD


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