Official History of the Canadian Forces in The Great War
|Author:||Colonel A Fortescue Duguid, DSO, BSc, RCA|
|Category:||Great War History (Canadian)|
|Publisher:||King's Printer Ottawa|
|Overview by: marc|
This is a 2 book set that describes the activities of the CEF up to September 1915. Colonel Duguid held the position of Official Historian when he wrote these. The books contains 9 fold out maps and 14 maps in a pocket in the 2nd volume. Approximatly 1,000 pages including 854 appendicies. This was intended to be a multi-volume history, and unfortunatly only the first was written. This is a must have for any serious CEF collector or historian.
A reasonably priced, searchable CD version is available from Archive CD Books
|2/11/2005||marc rated this a 5|
|A Must have. Pity the other volumes were never completed.|
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