Dimensions:7in x 10 x 0 in | 0.95 lb
Page Count:200 pages
Brought together for the first time, the remarkable and mostly unacknowledged contributions, experiences, and remembrances of warfare by the people of Northeastern Ontario.
Dieter K. Buse has authored or edited numerous studies, Modern Germany: An Encyclopedia won Best Reference Work 1998 and The Regions of Germany received a dozen positive reviews. He has also written or edited works about local history based on the motto "Dig where you stand." Among those are Hard Lessons and Whose National Security?. The co-authored guide, Come on Over: North-eastern Ontario A-Z, won the Louise de Keriline Lawrence prize for non-fiction.
Graeme Mount taught contemporary history at Laurentian University from 1969 until retirement in 2005. He has taught and written about the wars of recent centuries, and with Dieter K. Buse co-authored Come on Over: Northeastern Ontario A-Z. He was also the principal author of A History of Fort St. Joseph, published in 2000, as well as of other books and articles. Professor Mount spent his formative years (1945-1958) in North Bay and has taught university courses in North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie, and Timmins. He continues to enjoy canoeing and swimming at his cottage on Sudbury's Long Lake.