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Hell & High Water: Canada and the Italian Campaign (Paperback)

Author: Goddard, Lance

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Canada in WWII Italy

by Doug Forasté on 7/20/2011

Mired in mud and British and American incompetence, the Canadian military slugged through some hellish terrain and weather to make progress over stiff German resistance. This was not the heroics of Juno Beach, but the dogged determination of men who did a tough job with inadequate commitment by the leaders of the Allies. Photos and stories of individual soldiers bring this endeavor to life. A good book with competent writing and a great story.

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This pictorial history examines Canada''s significant role in the Italian Campaign, 1943-45, from the view of the soldiers serving there.

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Publisher Dundurn Group (CA)
Mfg Part# 9781550027280
SKU 204814350
Format Paperback
ISBN10 155002728X
Release Date 10/1/2007
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0273
Publisher Dundurn Group (CA)
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