Operation Husky: The Canadian Invasion of Sicily, July 10 August 7, 1943
Written by Mark Zuehlke.
Published by Douglas & McIntyre Ltd., 2008. Paperback edition published 2010.
| Meticulously researched from personal diaries, military records,
and interviews with veterans, Operation Husky dramatically retells the
story of a campaign in which courage, skill, and sacrifice of some twenty
thousand Canadians brought the nation its first army victory of World War
July 10, 1943: Aboard over two thousand shipsthe largest armada in historytwo great Allied Armies readied to invade Sicily. This was Operation Husky, the first step towards winning a toehold in fascist occupied Europe. Among the invaders were 20,000 troops serving in the 1st Canadian Infantry Division and 1st Canadian Tank Brigadein their first combat experience. Over the next twenty-eight days, the Canadian and other Allied troops carved a path through rugged land despite fierce German opposition. Operation Husky is story of the young men who battled there, told as only Mark Zuehlke can tell it.
"With his signature style of record, Zuehlke's skill in writing battle narrative remains unsurpassed." Quill & Quire
"There is no question that Mark Zuehlke has become one of Canada's best historical writers." Esprit De CorpsAlso from Mark Zuehlke:
Brave Battalion: The Remarkable Saga of the 16th Battalion (Canadian Scottish) in the First World War
Canadian Military Atlas: Four Centuries of Conflict from New France to Kosovo
Holding Juno: Canada's Heroic Defence of the D-Day Beaches, June 712, 1944
On To Victory: The Canadian Liberation of the Netherlands, March 23 May 5, 1945
Terrible Victory: First Canadian Army and the Scheldt Estuary Campaign, September 13 November 6, 1944
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