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Too young to die : Canada's boy soldiers, sailors and airmen in the Second World War —Boileau, John, author.

"Dan Black and John Boileau tell the stories of some of the 30,000 underage youths --some as young as fourteen--who joined the Canadian Armed Forces in the Second World War. This is the companion volume to the authors' p...

From the tundra to the trenches —Weetaltuk, Eddy, 1932-2005, author.

"'My name is Weetaltuk; Eddy Weetaltuk. My Eskimo tag name is E9-422.' So begins From the 'Tundra to the Trenches.' Weetaltuk means 'innocent eyes' in Inuktitut, but to the Canadian government, he was known as E9-422: E ...

Everyday heroes : inspirational stories from men and women in the Canadian Armed Forces

"What does it mean to serve? Bestselling author Jody Mitic brings together veterans and active military personnel from across Canada to tell us, in their own words, what it means to answer the call of duty. Meet the Worl...

Thunder in the skies : a Canadian gunner in the Great War —Grout, Derek, author.

"What was it like to be a field gunner in the Great War? Thunder in the Skies details the daily life of Canadian artillerymen fighting in WWI, in a way no other book has before. Posted just behind the front lines, field ...

Appel : a Canadian in the French Foreign Legion —Struthers, Joel Adam, 1971- author.

"Appel: A Canadian in the French Foreign Legion is the first-hand account of the author's six years as a professional soldier during the 1990s, and his experience in the Legion's elite Group Commando Parachutistes (GCP)....

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