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From its eighteenth-century roots in exploration and trade, to the major conflicts of the First and Second World Wars, through to current roles in multinational operations with United Nations and NATO forces, Canada”s navy – now celebrating its one$67.95
From the Publisher:x0Dx0Ax0Dx0Ax0Dx0Ax0Dx0AMany of the airmen of the First Word War who challenged both the enemy and death did not survive. These are their stories.x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AIn the clinging mud and trench warfare of WWI, it was soon clear that the cavalry the elite o$34.95$34.95
The controversial cancellation of the Avro Arrow an extraordinary achievement of Canadian military aviation continues to fire debate today. When the program was scrapped in 1959, all completed aircraft and those awaiting assembly were destroy$34.95
See seminal images of Canadas First World War experience in a new light offered in full colour for the first time with contributions from Margaret Atwood, Tim, Cook, Charlotte Gray, Paul Gross, Peter Mansbridge, and many others.x0Dx0Ax0Dx0ACanadia$59.95
2000 Bologna Ragazzi Non-Fiction for Young Adults Awardx0Dx0AShortlisted, 2000 British Columbia Round Table Information Book Awardx0Dx0Ax0Dx0A1999 Teacher Liberian Magazine, Best of the Best issuex0Dx0Ax0Dx0AShortlisted, 2001 Rocky Mountain Award$11.95
During the Second World War, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill created the Special Operations Executive (SOE) to conduct acts of sabotage and subversion, and raise secret armies of partisans in German-occupied Europe. With the directive to $17.95$17.95