Masters of War: The Canadians in the Great War
Norm Christie outlines the history of the development of the Canadian Corps, from the early days in 1915-16 as inexperienced Colonials, to 1917-18 when they became the most effective fighting force on the Western Front. Beginning with Canada’s most famous battle at Vimy Ridge when, against all odds, they captured the strongest German position on the Western Front. Who was responsible for these developments; how did they come about; how did this incredible transformation happen?
Norm Christie is an acclaimed television host. He has traveled the world following in the footsteps of Canada’s soldiers. In addition, Norm has written twenty-one books on the Canadians in the First and Second World Wars.
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