The letters of Agar Adamson first came to prominence when excerpts were used in Sondra Gwyn’s “Tapestry of War”. The collection of Agar Adamson letters represent one of the most thorough personal accounts of the Great War. Adamson not only recorded the war, he was there for most of it.
As an Officer of the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry he arrived in France in early 1915, was wounded later in the year, returned, fought at Mount Sorrel and the Somme. He commanded the Pats in their greatest triumph at Vimy Ridge and watched helplessly as his Regiment was destroyed in the futile attack at Passchendaele.
edited by Norm Christie
NOTE: These are used copies, some may be scuffed or a little dog-eared.