Frederick G. Scott, Canada’s Extraordinary Chaplain of the Great War
by Alan Hustak. Vehicule Press, 2014; pb; 144 pg; NEW.
Interesting biography of the man who was the heart and soul of the Canadian Corps. Originally a stowaway Chaplain to the 14th Battalion, C.E.F, Scott served from 1914 until severely wounded in September 1918 at Cambrai. His memoir, The Great War As I Saw It, is a classic. In my opinion, Scott was one of three legendary characters of the C.E.F. Any guess who are the other two? Love this guy!