Canada In World War I

Canada In World War I

Outstanding Victories Create A Nation

Book - 2014
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This fascinating book describes Canada's coming of age on the battlefields of World War I. When Britain declared war on Germany, it meant that Canada was at war, too. Read about the incredible feats of Canadian flying ace Billy Bishop, and the victories of Canadian "shock troops" at Ypres, the Somme, Vimy Ridge, Hill 70, and Passchendaele, which helped give Canada a presence on the world stage.
Publisher: New York, New York : Crabtree Publishing Company, 2014.
ISBN: 9780778703921
Characteristics: 48 pages cm.
Alternative Title: Canada in World War One


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SPL_Childrens Jul 29, 2014

It was supposed to be over “in only a few months, by Christmas”. Instead, World War I - which began a hundred years ago, in August 1914 - lasted more than four years. Millions died. Canada, the rest of the world and the course of human history were changed forever by this long, devastating war.

In his book, author Gordon Clarke summarizes the key battles and offensives of World War I and the contribution of Canada’s troops, sailors and pilots. Given that Canada had a much smaller population than the other Allied nations, the contribution of our country was significant and it gave Canada an important presence on the world stage.

With the inclusion of first-hand accounts, brief biographies, photographs, maps and a glossary, Clarke’s book is an easy-to-understand, accurate source of information on a pivotal world event from a Canadian perspective.

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