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Canadian Military History: An Overview
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Honour Rolls, Service Rolls and Registers of the Dead: Military Units

Nominal roll of all officers of 120th City of Hamilton Battalion C.E.F. and also of other ranks of the Battalion who arrived in England, showing units with which they were serving, or to which they were attached on February 1st, 1917. -- Aldershot, England : Printed by Gale & Polden, 1917. -- 22 p.

Pontifex, Bryan, comp. -- Canadian Army Service Corps, 2nd Divisional Train : record of service of officers, 1914-1919. -- Toronto : Carswell, 1920. -- 42 p. -- Also reproduced in microform format: CIHM microfiche series, no. 81543O

Two thousand officers and men of the 64th Battalion, C.E.F. : Sussex, New Brunswick, October, 1915. -- [S.l. : s.n., s.d.]. -- 15 p.

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