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published byUniversity of Toronto Press
viewing issueVolume 79, Number 1, March 1998
Table of Contents
- Letter to the Editors
- pp. 116-117
- Recent Publications Relating to Canada
- pp. 118-129
- Maple Leaf Against the Axis: Canada’s Second World War by David J. Bercuson, and: Battlefields in the Air: Canadians in the Allied Bomber Command by Dan McCaffrey, and: Airborne: The Heroic Story of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion in the Second World War by Brian Nolan, and: The Unknown Navy: Canada’s World War II Merchant Navy by Robert G. Halford (review)
- pp. 162-165
- p. 198
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