Mysteries, Legends And Myths Of The First World War

Canadian soldiers in the trenches and in the air

Cynthia J. Faryon

This book offers a fresh, close-up look at the First World War as it was experienced by ordinary Canadian soldiers. Over 67,000 Canadians lost their lives in WWI and 173,000 were wounded. Their sacrifice was driven by a sense of duty to the ‘Mother Country'. This is the war as it was experienced by the tens of thousands of young Canadians.
Publication date:
January 2011
Publisher :
Formac/Lorimer
Language:
English
Series :
Amazing Stories
Illustration :
b/w photos throughout
Format Available     Quantity Price
Paperback
ISBN : 9781552774311
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£9.99
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Overview
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• Riveting first-hand accounts of soldiers' experiences in the trenches

This book offers a fresh, close-up look at the First World War as it was experienced by ordinary Canadian soldiers. Over 67,000 Canadians lost their lives in WWI and 173,000 were wounded. Their sacrifice was driven by a sense of duty to the ‘Mother Country'.

This is the war as it was experienced by the tens of thousands of young Canadians. Reading their accounts offers a no-holds-barred picture of fighting, life in the trenches, the human cost in lives lost, and the physical and emotional aftermath for survivors.

About the Author
Cynthia Faryon is an internationally published author and freelance writer residing in Victoria, B.C. Canadian born, she focuses her writing on Canadian content, covering topics such as travel, family issues, biography and history.