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879 pp, 9" H. Red cloth with gilt lettering/banding on spine. B&w tissue-covered photographic frontispiece (General Sir Arthur William Currie) plus additional b&w photographs throughout text. Advertising section, pages 834-857. Chapter Headings: Last Stages of the World War; The British Empire in the War; The United States and the War; Socialism and the Labour Problem; Canadians at the Front; Canada's War Government and National Policy; Canadian Conditions and Interests of 1918; The Provinces of Canada. Concludes with Canadian Books in 1918; Canadian Obituary of 1918; Index of Names; Index of Affairs. Also includes a section entitled "Special Supplement" with addresses/reports/statements by The Canadian Pacific Railway, the Bank of Montreal, The Canadian Bank of Commerce, The Royal Bank of Canada, The Merchants Bank of Canada, The Home Bank of Canada, The Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada and The Toronto General Trusts Coporation.. **Please note: This is a heavy volume and may require extra postage for delivery outside of Canada and the United States.** Previous owner's name in ink on free front endpaper, previous owner's ink stamp on rear pastedown, darkening/soiling to top of text block, light browning to fore-edge and bottom of text block, - shelf soiling also on bottom of text block, small bump at bottom corner of rear board, minor edge wear, minor soiling on boards, slight fading to spine colour and a series of light colour loss marks down spine.
Title: THE CANADIAN ANNUAL REVIEW OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS. 1918. EIGHTEENTH YEAR OF ISSUE.
Publisher: Toronto, The Canadian Annual Review: 1919
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Good+
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 28939
Keywords: First World War, Early 20th Century, France, Belgium, Italy, Balkans, Russia, Bolshevism, Socialism, Czar Alexander, Bolsheviki, Allied Operations, Versailles, Marshal Foch, Allied Command, Kaiser Wilhelm, Austria-Hungary, Allied Peace Conference, League of Nations, Irish Convention Sinn Fein, Home Rule, Newfoundland, United States, president Wilson, Prohibition, Unions, Labour, canadian Forces, Sir Robert Borden, Union Government, postal Stike, Quebec, Agriculture, Railways, Banks, Influenza Epidemic, Canadian Pacific Railway, National Finance, Royal Bank of Canada, Sun Life Assurance, Toronto general Trusts, Asquith, sir Arthur Currie, Duke Devonshire, marshal Foch, David Lloyd George, King George, Sir Douglas Haig, Sir Sam Hughes, Sir Edward Kemp, sir Wilfrid Laurier, Nikalai Lenine, Lenin, N.W. Rowell, Sir T. White, leon Trotsky.,