Canadian Military Heritage: 1000-1754
This heavily illustrated, three-volume work covers nine centuries of Canada's rich military history, from Amerindians, Vikings, and Basques to the Siege of Quebec, the American Revolution, and on through the world wars to the U.N. missions of the late 20th century. The books include extensive descriptions of forts and barracks, uniforms, weapons, and architectural remains.
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