Award winning fiction, Award winning non-fiction, Canadian non-fiction, War, World War I
In 1917, the Canadian Corps seized and held the best-defended German bastion on the Western Front, a feat thought impossible by the British, French and German forces. The author believes they succeeded because the men were civilians, with flexible minds… unfettered by military rules. Bestseller 1986. Winner of the 1987 CNIB Talking Book of the Year Award.