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Canadian military titles - General:
    The titles in this section represent a wide assortment of Canadian military works that cover more than one military period or topic.

BOOK - Dixie and the Dominion: Canada, the Confederacy, and the War for the Union
By Adam Mayers
Dixie & the Dominion is a compelling look at how the U.S. Civil War was a shared experience that shaped the futures of both Canada and the United States. The book focuses on the last year of the war, between April of 1864 and 1865. During that 12-month period, the Confederate States sent spies and saboteurs to Canada on a secret mission. These agents struck fear along the frontier and threatened to draw Canada and Great Britain into the war.
ISBN13: 9781550024685    More information


Hardcover...$40.00   (C$)

BOOK - Battlefields of Canada by Mary Beacock Fryer. This volume covers nearly three hundred years of history and features the most significant- as well as some of the most comic and bizarre- Canadian battles. More information


BOOK - More Battlefields of Canada by Mary Beacock Fryer. More Battle fields of Canada is a sequel to Mary Beacock Fryer's best-selling Battlefields of Canada, published in 1986. Like its predecessor, this volume covers nearly three hundred years of history and features the most significant- as well as some of the most comic and bizarre- Canadian battles. More information


BOOK - Fighting for Canada - Seven Battles, 1758-1945. Edited by: Donald E. Graves. It is a popular but untrue myth that Canada is a peaceable kingdom and Canadians are an unmilitary people. Canada was created through armed conflict, or the threat of such conflict, and throughout their history Canadians have proved themselves to be a more warlike people than some would like to believe. More information






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