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  • Our Quarrel with the Foe

    Edmonton's Soldiers 1914 - 1918 by

    After the terrible poison gas attack in the Ypres Salient in April 1915, Canadian medical officer John McCrae made a plea to his nation in his poem, “In Flanders Fields”, to hold the torch from fallen hands and take up Our Quarrel with the Foe. ...

  • I'll Take My Chances

    Volume 1 by

    Evil had to be defeated and he had a responsibility to help. Now it was too late to do anything but spend the lives of millions of young men to defeat this new Dark Age. The mountains were witness to Sidney’s determination to stand tall against the ...

  • A Hundred Years of Tears

    One Soldier's Story from the Savannah to the Somme by

    Follow in the boot steps of Sgt. John Guess, a young soldier from Southern California and recipient of America’s Distinguished Service Cross, as he tells the story of his journey from the farm land of the Savannah Ranch to the farm lands of France ...

  • The Bearer's Burden


    It’s 1915. WW1 has been raging for six months. Twenty-three year old miner Joe Mathieson lives in a small community on the east coast of Fife, Scotland. His life is joyless, his future bleak. Unlike his older brother, Fred, who enlisted in the army ...

  • Letters to Vimy


    Dear Uncle Oscar… I’m going to put a note on the back of our book to explain to readers what our correspondence inside is all about. It goes like this... A hundred years ago a German shell fell on Pte. Oscar French on Vimy Ridge and ended his ...

  • Bullets, Bombs, and Bayonets


    Bullets, Bombs, and Bayonets draws attention to a significant part of Canadian military history, a period in which almost an entire generation of young men never returned from the battlefields of Europe. In 2017 Canada commemorates the 100th year of ...

  • When Johnny Doesn't Come Marching Home

    A Compelling Human Interest Story About a 20 Year Old Boy's Search for Adventure in World War One by

    In 2017, the United States of America will be celebrating the Centennial of World War I. 1st Sergeant JOHN RUSSELL SMALL was a Veteran of that War. This is a true account of his experiences before, during and after the War, as written by his ...

  • The Silent Sixtieth 100 Years On

    The Story of the 60th Canadian Overseas Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force In the Great War by

    The Silent Sixtieth, is the story of the 60th Canadian Overseas Battalion, in World War One. Originally begun simply as research into the author’s ancestry, The Silent Sixtieth evolved into a history of the 60th Canadian Overseas Battalion in World ...

  • Training For Armageddon

    Niagara Camp in the Great War, 1914-1919 by

    Over the past 225 years the oak savannah at the mouth of the Niagara River -- designated as a Military Reserve but regarded by the local citizenry as their common lands-- has witnessed a broad spectrum of military, political and cultural happenings. ...