Part one of a two part series on the Canadian involvement and commitments of WW2. This book is well written and descriptive of the sacrifice of Canadian Armed forces personnel and the merchant marine in the battle against Nazi Germany. This is not a jingoistic accounting and the flaws and mistakes of the humans involved are described along with some great heroism. The book is focused on Canada's involvement and this reduces the discussion of the battles to a smaller scale which allows the author to humanize them. Well worth reading for anybody interested.
Wow - a real pleasure to read even though about some very gritty situations. Tightly written, did not appear to have an extraneous material - yet gripping.
Not necessary to read chapters in sequence.
Excellent - a book I would purchase for inclusion in my home library.
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