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Brewster, Hugh

At Vimy Ridge : Canada's Greatest World War l Victory - Toronto Scholastic Canada c2006 - 48 pages b/w and col. illus

Added to collection March 2007 from regular budget.

It was the most fearsome enemy bastion of all. The English and French has tried to take it and failed. But on a chill Easter morning in 1917, the men of the Canadian Corps in France struggled up the shell-torn slopes of Vimy Ridge. Only two years before, they had been regarded as a band of unruly colonials. Now, with careful planning, skill and bravery, the Candians had earned the admiration of the world.

0439949823 (PB)

Vimy Ridge--France
Military Battles
World War l
World War One
Canadian author