Best O’luck

Best O’luckBest O'luck by Alexander McClintock
ISBN: 1-896979-43-3
Published by CEF Books on 2000
Genres: Military, World War I
Pages: 100

Len's Summary: The wartime experiences of an American volunteer from Kentucky who served with the Canadian Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders. This autobiographical account was written by McClintock asa propaganda piece and first published in 1917. This edition comes with a postscript and appendices tracing, inter alia, McClintock’s short, tragic career in the American Army.

The Newfoundlanders in the Great War: The Western Front, 1916-1918: A Social History and Battlefield Tour

The Newfoundlanders in the Great War: The Western Front, 1916-1918: A Social History and Battlefield TourThe Newfoundlanders in the Great War: The Western Front, 1916-1918: A Social History and Battlefield Tour by N. M. Christie
ISBN: 9781896979236
Published by CEF Books on 2003
Genres: Canada, Military, World War I
Pages: 130

Len's Summary: World War One bankrupted this small, isolated, and resource poor British dominion which joined Canada until 1949. Recommended by Glenn Kerr, the chairman of the Central Ontario Branch of WFA.

Sacred Places: Canadian Cemeteries of the Great War-Vol. I, Belgium

Sacred Places: Canadian Cemeteries of the Great War-Vol. I, BelgiumSacred Places: Canadian Cemeteries of the Great War-Vol. I, Belgium by Norm Christie
ISBN: 1896979211
Published by CEF Books on January 1st 2011
Genres: Canada, Military, World War I
Pages: 238

Len's Summary: The story of 168 cemeteries where Canadian dead are buried in France and Flanders.

For Our Old Comrades: The Story & Ephemera of the Vimy Pilgrimage, July,1936

For Our Old Comrades: The Story & Ephemera of the Vimy Pilgrimage, July,1936For Our Old Comrades: The Story & Ephemera of the Vimy Pilgrimage, July,1936 by Norm Christie
ISBN: 1896979750
Published by CEF Books Genres: Canada, Military, World War I
Pages: 105

Len's Summary: Recalls the Great Pilgrimage of 1936 in which 6,200 Canadian WWI veterans, war widows and their children traveled to France for the dedication of the Vimy Ridge Memorial.