Battle Lines - Dundurn

Battle Lines

Eyewitness Accounts from Canada's Military History

Published September 2010

Description

An outstanding collection of firsthand accounts from the front lines of our military history, drawn from letters, diaries, and reportage from the Plains of Abraham and the Red River Rebellion to the battlefields of two world wars and Korea, as well as the harrowing missions in Bosnia and Afghanistan. This is a book that animates our past in the words of those who lived the Canadian military experience.

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Contributors

J.L. Granatstein

J.L. Granatstein, the director of the Canadian War Museum from 1998 to 2000, is a Toronto historian and the author of Who Killed the Canadian Military?.

Norman Hillmer

Norman Hillmer is a professor of history and international affairs at Carleton University and was formerly senior historian at the Department of National Defence. Granatstein and Hillmer have collaborated on five books, including the national bestseller Prime Ministers: Ranking Canadian Leaders.

Book Details

Hardcover
September 2010
6.5x9.38 in
512 pp
9780887621567
Paperback
September 2010
5.75x8.88 in
528 pp
9780887626180