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Passchendaele : Canada's triumph and tragedy on the fields of Flanders : an illustrated history

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  • Auteur: Leach, Norman
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    2008
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    "Always remember . . . When the Canadians were called to the front line in the fall of 1917, the battle for Flanders had become a stalemate. Repeated assaults by Allied armies had gained nothing while costing tens of thusands of lives. Sixteen days later, the Canadians had accomplished what many had believed to be impossible. They had prevailed, and written a defining chapter of the nation's history with their courage and their blood...this thoroughly illustrated, readily accessible account of the Battle of Passchendaele tells the story of Canada's trumph and tragedy in the War to End All Wars. It is a story we must always remember. . . Never Forget."

    Éditeur original: Regina, Coteau Books
    Langue(s): English