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Victory 1918
The Last 100 Days
By (author): Tim Cook By (author): Jack Lawrence Granatstein
9780660252544 Paperback, Trade English HISTORY / Military / Canada Nov 01, 2018
$9.95 CAD
Active 6 x 6 x 0.35 in | 220 gr 120 pages Canadian War Museum
The First World War was won in the last hundred days.

The Hundred Days campaign — a series of bitterly fought battles along the Western Front between August and November 1918 — contributed decisively to ending the war. The Canadian Corps, forever after marked as elite “shock troops,” played a key role in the Allied victory.

One hundred years after the end of the war, Tim Cook and J. L. Granatstein delve into this series of battles in a visual and evocative souvenir catalogue. Artworks, artifacts and historical photos are woven together with the powerful stories of Canadians who participated in this costly combat.

Dr. Tim Cook, C.M., is a historian at the Canadian War Museum; Dr. J. L. Granatstein, O.C., is the Museum’s former Director and CEO. Both are award-winning authors, of 11 and more than 70 books on Canadian military and political history, respectively.
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