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The Liri Valley: Canada's World War II Breakthrough to Rome (Canadian Battle #2)

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Strong social history for readers of history, and military history - Will be of interest to readers who like the first person account & 'soldiers-eye' view of war
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Published May 27th 2014 by Not Avail (first published October 2002)
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Michael Dorosh
Riddled with stupid errors and betrays the fact that Zuehlke is simply not a military historian of any worth. One is much better off to read Dancocks' D-DAY DODGERS or even Gerald Nicholson's OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE CANADIAN ARMY IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR VOLUME II: THE CANADIANS IN ITALY which is now available in .pdf format for free on the Army's website.



Very disappointed by the surface level errors, which make one wonder how well the book was actually researched. The first error is in the secon
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Jan
An excellent ground level account of the Canadian 1st Corps battles during Operation Diadem May June 1944.
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On January 1, 1981, Mark Zuehlke walked away from a journalism career to pursue magazine and book writing fulltime. He has never looked back. In 1992, Mark published his first book—Magazine Writing From the Boonies (co-authored with Louise Donnelly)—and now concentrates almost exclusively on writing of books.

Fascinated by Canada’s military heritage, Mark first set to writing about the role Canadia
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