More Fighting for Canada: Five Battles, 1760-1944

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Robin Brass Studio, 2004 - Battles - 363 pages
Here is the sequel to the popular Fighting for Canada: Seven Battles, 1758-1945 -- five more fascinating battles fought by Canadians or on Canadian soil. It is a popular myth that Canada is a peaceable kingdom and Canadians are an unmilitary people. Canada was created by armed conflict, or the threat of conflict, and throughout their history Canadians have proved to be a more warlike people than many would like to believe. More Fighting for Canada emphasizes the tactical level of war, the "sharp end," and, like Fighting for Canada: Seven Battles, 1758-1945, it is a major addition to the annals of military history in Canada. Book jacket.

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Donald E. Graves, one of Canada's best known military historians, is the -author or editor of 20 books primarily on the War of 1812 and the Second World War. His studies on the battles of Lundy's Lane (Where Right and Glory Lead!) and Crysler's Farm (Field of Glory) are established classics of musket-period warfare.

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