The Last Good War: An Illustrated History of Canada in the Second World War, 19391945
Written by J. L. Granatstein.
Published by Douglas & McIntyre Ltd., 2005.
|Dieppe, Ortona, Normandy, the Scheldtmore than sixty years
after they were fought, these World War II battles remain indelibly engraved in
Canadian memory. They are remembered as part of the good fight, a
war in which Canadians took a stand for all humanity. Using a wealth of
first-person accounts and rarely seen illustrations, one of Canadas most
respected historians tells the story of how the nation became involved in World
War II, how it fought the war and how it emerged as a united, prosperous nation
and a respected middle power on the world
Commemorating the 60th anniversary of VE Day, The Last Good War tells these stories in a way that will appeal to readers young and old. It is superbly illustrated with fresh material including 164 black and white and more than 50 full-colour photographs and maps gathered primarily from the collections of the Canadian War Museum.
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