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1914, le destin du monde —Gallo, Max, 1932-2017
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2017

'' Paris, gare de l'Est, en ce dimanche 2 août 1914, c'est la mobilisation générale. Il y a bientôt cent ans, le samedi 1er août, l'Allemagne a déclaré la guerre à la Russie, l'alliée de la France. L'Empire aust...

1914, le destin du monde —Gallo, Max, 1932-2017
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2017

'' Paris, gare de l'Est, en ce dimanche 2 août 1914, c'est la mobilisation générale. Il y a bientôt cent ans, le samedi 1er août, l'Allemagne a déclaré la guerre à la Russie, l'alliée de la France. L'Empire aust...

1918, la terrible victoire [récit] —Gallo, Max, 1932-2017
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2017

" Après l'armistice du 11 novembre 1918, cinq terribles années de guerres se clôturent enfin, cinq années qui ont vu l'apparition des armes chimiques, la généralisation des bombardements, l'enlisement des armées. ...

Rickenbacker —Rickenbacker, Eddie, 1890-1973.
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2011

The colourful career of the American aviator included winning the Congressional Medal of Honour and the Croix de Guerre during World War I, and drifting for 27 days on the Pacific after a plane crash in World War II. 196...

Merry hell the story of the 25th Battalion (Nova Scotia Regiment), Canadian Expeditionary Force 1914-1919 —Clements, Robert N, author.
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2015

A complete history of the 25th Canadian infantry battalion, which was recruited in the autumn and winter of 191415 and served overseas from spring 1915 until spring 1919. The author, who served in the battalion throughou...

1914 —Canfora, Luciano, 1942-
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2017

" Et si l'on concevait la tâche de l'historien comme l'enquête d'un Sherlock Holmes ? Si la guerre pouvait être assimilée à un crime, les coupables se dissimulant, des alibis étant invoqués, des innocents désigne...

Death's men soldiers of the Great War —Winter, Denis.
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2012

A meticulously researched account of the Kitchener army of World War I, including first hand accounts, which provides a comprehensive picture of the trenches and the men who fought in them. Each chapter furnishes minute ...

Shock troops Canadians fighting the Great War, 1917-1918 —Cook, Tim, 1971-
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2011

Follows the Canadian fighting forces during the battles of Vimy Ridge, Hill 70, Passchendaele, and the Hundred Days campaign, through the eyes of the soldiers who fought and died in the trenches, and based on newly uncov...

The fighting Newfoundlander a history of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment —Nicholson, G. W. L. (Gerald William Lingen), 1902-1980.
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2011

When the First World War began, Newfoundland had been without any kind of military organisation for more than half a century, so public-spirited citizens immediately formed themselves into a Patriotic Association, and wi...

Death's men soldiers of the Great War —Winter, Denis.
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2012

A meticulously researched account of the Kitchener army of World War I, including first hand accounts, which provides a comprehensive picture of the trenches and the men who fought in them. Each chapter furnishes minute ...

Hell's corner an illustrated history of Canada's Great War, 1914-1918 —Granatstein, J. L.
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2007

In the triumphs of their victories and the horrors of their losses, Canadian combatants first tested their military skills on the battlefields of Europe. Granatstein, one of Canada's master historians, tells the story of...

Legacy of valour the Canadians at Passchendaele —Dancocks, Daniel G. (Daniel George), 1950-
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2008

Passchendaele was one of the most controversial battles of World War I. The author pays tribute to the performances of the valiant Canadians in a battle that was the turning point of the war. c1986.

World War I the Great War and the world it made —Ramsden, John, 1947-2009.
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2014

In this course, Queen Mary University of London professor, John Ramsden, examines the major events of World War I to further understand how they led us to the shaping of this new world. 2004.

When your number's up the Canadian soldier in the First World War —Morton, Desmond, 1937-
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2012

Canadian historian Desmond Morton looks beyond the battles and events of the First World War and considers the men who actually did the fighting. He examines the reasons they joined the army, their training as soldiers, ...

From Vimy to victory Canada's fight to the finish in World War I —Brewster, Hugh, author.
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2015

All was not quiet on the Western Front during the last years of WWI. Soldiers faced mud, trench foot, bombardments, barbed wire, snipers, and poison gas. Despite dreadful odds, the Canadian Corps moved forward, reaching ...

The madman and the butcher the sensational wars of Sam Hughes and General Arthur Currie —Cook, Tim, 1971-
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2012

Sir Sam Hughes - Minister of Militia and Defence from 1911 until his dismissal in 1916 - is remembered as abrasive and unstable, while Sir Arthur Currie, a part-time soldier who rose to command the Canadian Corps in Fran...

Paris 1919 six months that changed the world —MacMillan, Margaret, 1943-
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2005

Analyzes the failure of the Versailles Peace Conference after World War I. Focuses on the nationalistic goals of American president Woodrow Wilson, French premier Georges Clemenceau, and British Prime Minister David Lloy...

The Vimy trap or, how we learned to stop worrying and love the Great War —McKay, Ian, 1953- author.
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2017

The story of the bloody 1917 Battle of Vimy Ridge is, according to many of today's tellings, a heroic founding moment for Canada. This noble, birth-of-a-nation narrative is regularly applied to the Great War in general. ...

Remembering John McCrae soldier, doctor, poet —Granfield, Linda.
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2011

"In Flanders Fields the poppies blow..."Every Canadian student, teacher and parent can recite these powerful words. But behind every poem is a poet, who lived, breathed, and in this case, led an extraordinary life. Despi...

A bear in war —Innes, Stephanie.
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2010

In 1916, at the height of the First World War, a Canadian teddy bear travelled all the way to France in a care package for Lawrence Rogers - a gift from his daughter Aileen. When Teddy returned from the front lines, he d...

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