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Catalog Number 1985.19.12
Object Name book
Accession number 1985.19
Summary In Winter Quarters, 1917-18; War, Politics, And Christmas Cheer At the Front; Holding the Line; Last Days of the Vimy Front; On the Eve of A Great Battle; The Battle of Amiens; Breaking the Drocourt-Queant Line; Battle of Cambrai; Cambrai to Valenciennes; Valenciennes to Mons; From Mons to the Rhine; The War in the Air; The Canadian Forestry Corps; Canadian Railway Troops; The Canadian Army Veterinary Corps; The Canadian Army Dental Corps; The Royal Military College of Canada; Chronological Account of the Great World War, 1917-1919

Illustrations: Major-General Sir A.C. Macdonell, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.; General Currie unveiling the monument to the Canadian artillery who fell at the capture of Vimy Ridge; A Canadian light railway carrying wounded; Nova Scotians making clay ovens; The shoeing-smiths at work; Officers of the 1st Battalion Machine-Gun Corps; A high-explosive shell bursting in Amiens; General Pershing at the Canadian front; Tanks in their stables; Back from battle on a tank; M. Clemenceau, Prime Minister of France, at the Canadian front; Officers of the 2nd Battalion Machine-Gun Corps; The funeral of Sister Margaret Lowe, murdered by German raiders; Sir Robert Borden and Hon. J.A.Calder at the Canadian front; Sir Douglas Haig at the Canadian front; Officers of the 14th Battalion, 1916; A whippet tank returning from battle; Premier of Newfoundland examining a whippet tank; Officers of the 22nd Battalion, 1918; A section of a German Engineers' Park and German prisoners captured by the Canadians; Funeral of Major-General L.J.Lipsett, C.B.,C.M.G.; General Tuxford and Staff of the 3rd Brigade; Denain veterans of 1870 march past with the Canadian brigade that relieved Denain; The Canadians in Valenciennes; A Canadian armoured car in Mons; The Army Commander taking the salute in Mons: the Canadian brigade which captured the town as Guard of Honour; Canadian troops crossing the Rhine at Bonn; The Relief of Namur; Canadian officer of a Royal Air Force squadron in France; Pilots of a Royal Air Force squadron; A night's rations for a bombing squadron; A bombing machine on a night raid; Fighting planes leaving their aerodromes; Major-General Alexander McDougall, C.B.; The Forestry Corps at work; Canadian troops on Canadian Light Railway trucks; Veterinary Officers and N.C.O.'s of the 2nd Division; A Canadian Army dentist at work

Maps: Operations Canadian Corps, Aug. 8th to Aug. 17th, 1918; Operations Canadian Corps, Aug. 26th to Oct. 11, 1918; Operations Canadian Corps, Oct. 11th to Nov. 1st, 1918; Operations Canadian Corps, Nov.1st to Nov.11, 1918; Grouping of Canadian Divisions before starting for the Rhine; March to the Rhine; Belgium and Franco-German frontier

World War, 1914-1918 --Canada.
Title Canada in the Great War, vol 5
The Triumph of the Allies
Author Anonymous
Published Date 1921
Publisher Publishers of Canada
Published Place Toronto, Ont
OCLC Number 213517763
Library of Congress Control Number 19015641