The Canadians at Vimy, April 1917


Author: Norm Christie – CEF Books – For King & Empire, Volume 3

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The capture of the impregnable Vimy Ridge by the 100, 000 men of the Canadian Corps brought Canada instant recognition and significantly contributed to Canada’s status as a nation. The well-planned and executed military success became the byword for the Canadians and was a characteristic that led to an undefeated record in the last two years of the war. The Canadians at Vimy documents the famous battle and guides the reader through the battlefields to relive those exploits, the valour and suffering of 80 years ago. This is the third volume in the For King and Empire series documenting the Canadian battlefields of the First World War.

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