Herbert W. McBride & C. S. Grafton The Emma Gees by Herbert W. McBride & The Canadian “Emma Gees” by C. S. Grafton Machine Gunners in the trenches
The First World War was waged on an industrial scale, utilising every conceivable advantage of invention and technology. Fought on land, in the skies and on and bene..
John Gallishaw The Personal Narrative of a Newfoundlander With the Ill-Fated Dardanelles Expedition A first hand account of the Dardanelle's expedition
This book, written by someone who experienced first hand the Gallipoli campaign, is inevitably important as a source work on one of the most nota..
J. A. Currie With the First Canadian Division in Flanders During the Great War The Canadian Highlanders in the trenches
The Scots are a much travelled nation. They have spread across the world often accompanying the expansion of the British Empire in its earliest of phases, a..
William A. Bishop The Experiences of a Canadian 'Ace' of the RFC During the First World War An ace over the Western Front—in his own words
The Canadian author of this book, William Bishop, volunteered for imperial service as a cavalryman as the Great War called its colonial men to the col..
Frederic C. Curry & Louis Keene Two Accounts of the First Canadian Division in the Great War
From the St. Lawrence to the Yser With the 1st Canadian Brigade
by Frederic C. Curry
“Crumps”—the Plain Story of a Canadian Who Went
by Louis Keene
When the First World War broke out, the vi..
George Pearson The Experiences of a Canadian Light Infantryman During the Great War Battlefield to breakout and bid for freedom
When Corporal Edwards’ regiment—Princess Patricia's Regiment—went into the line in France during the Great War nothing could prepare its men for the over..