No Price Too High: Canadians and the Second World War
Written by Terry Copp with Richard Nielsen.
Published by McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd., 1998.
|Based on the compelling CBC miniseries of the same title, No
Price Too High is an outstanding and highly personal account of Canadian
involvement in World War Two. Private correspondence, diary entries and
photographs capture the hopes, fears, dreams and losses of a generation of
Canadians in the midst of a horrific war. Taken from the perspective of those
who lived through it, this generously illustrated book personalizes a war that
is now, for many of us, historical account rather than memory.
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