No Price Too High: Canadians and the Second World War

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McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1996 - Canada - 255 pages
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No Price Too High traces Canada's role in the Second World War from the pre-war years through 1945. Canada's contribution to Allied victory was significant in determining the war's outcome and surprising in its scale and variety. Both at home and overseas, Canada played a role in World War 11 far larger than its population of 11 million warranted. The No Price Too High multimedia series relies on original sources - personal letters and diaries, photographs, war-time film footage, and radio broadcasts - to evoke the mood of those momentous years. The thoughts, hopes, dreams, fears and heartbreaks of the generation of Canadian who faced the war are captured in this book and the video and CD-ROM which are available separately.No Price Too High is a belated tribute to a whole generation of young Canadians whose courage ensured victory, and who spirit endured in the confident and generous society that later emerged.

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