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Banner: From Colony to Country: A Reader's Guide to Canadian Military History

Canadian Military History: An Overview
War of 1812
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Northwest Campaign
South African War
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Second World War

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Canadian Military History: An Overview
Troops and Traditions


Bowering, Clifford H.  - Service: the story of the Canadian Legion, 1925-1960. - Ottawa: Privately printed, 1960. - 240 p.

Morton, Desmond; Wright, Glenn.  - Winning the second battle: Canadian veterans and the return to civilian life, 1915-1931. - Toronto: Univ. of Toronto Press, 1987. - 328 p.

Woods, Walter S. - Rehabilitation (a combined operation): being a history of the development and carrying out of a plan for the re-establishment of a million young veterans of World War II by the Department of Veterans Affairs and its prdecessor the Department of Pensions and National Health. - Ottawa: Queen's Printer, 1953. - 518 p.

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