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Unforgettable tales of heroism, bravery and escape-the remarkable true stories of Canadian soldiers and civilians lost behind enemy lines during the Second World War. The Forgotten tells the story of more than 10,000 Canadian servicemen, merchant mariners and…
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|October 25, 2016

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Following on the heels of his book The Forgotten comes a new book about the lives of Canadian prisoners of war in the First World War. Conditions in German POW camps were generally vile, with soldiers having little to eat but thin soup and putrid meat. Canadian…
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|October 16, 2007

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Nathan M. Greenfield’s talent for combining rich (and often overlooked) historical data with first-person accounts made his book The Battle of the St. Lawrence both a critical and popular success. Now he turns his formidable storytelling skill to one of the…
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|February 7, 2006

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The second edition of Canadian Business Writing: A Structural Approach provides students with the basics of good business writing through a practical focus on constructing actual workplace documents. Summary writing and critical thinking skills are emphasized as…

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On May 11, 1942, a German U-boat torpedoed SS Nicoya ,violently ending a peace in Canada’s waters that stretched back to 1812. Bythe end of 1944, another 18 merchant ships and four Canadian warships would bedestroyed. More than 300 men, women and…
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|October 25, 2011

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2011 Governor General’s Literary Awards Finalist - Non-Fiction The Damned tells the largely unknown saga of Canada’s first land battle of the Second World War—fought in the hills and valleys of Hong Kong in December 1941—and the terrible…