KING'S WAR: MACKENZIE KING AND THE POLITICS OF WAR, 1939-1945.

By: Nolan, Brian.

Price: $10.00 USD

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Book Condition: Very Good+


188 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). B&w photographs. "(A)n extraordinary chronicle of raw politics and ruthless courage; of one man's 'divine mission' to save Canada from dismembering itself over controversial wartime issues such as conscription, Japanese internment, the infamous 'Zombie' army, and the tragic battles of Hong Kong and Dieppe, where thousands of Canadian soldiers lost their lives. (B)rilliantly details King's close friendship and political bond with Roosevelt; his key role as negotiator for Churchill; and his bizarre meeting and mystical attachment with Hitler. (T)he shocking and provocative story of a leader and his country, perilously at odds at the most fearful time in world history." Thin remainder mark on bottom of text block. Dust jacket is clean and bright.