Sources

  1. Heather Robertson, A Terrible Beauty, The Art of Canada at War. Toronto, Lorimer, 1977.
  2. King George VI at dedication of National War Memorial, Ottawa, May 21, 1939.
  3. The Canadians at War 1939/1945. Volume One. Montreal, Reader's Digest, 1969. Excerpt referring to the departure of the 8th Battery of the Royal Canadian Artillery from Moncton, N.B.
  4. Constance Bruce, Humour in Tragedy: Hospital Life Behind 3 Fronts by a Canadian Nursing Sister. London, Skeffington, n.d.
  5. Donald Pearce, Journal of a War: North-West Europe, 1944-1945. Toronto, Macmillan, 1965.
  6. George Herbert Rae Gibson, Maple Leaves in Flanders Fields. Toronto, Briggs, 1916.
  7. Ted Ferguson, Desperate Siege: The Battle of Hong Kong. Toronto, Doubleday, 1980.
  8. Lucien Dumais with Hugh Popham, The Man Who Went Back. London, Futura, 1975.
  9. John Melady, Korea: Canada's Forgotten War. Toronto, Macmillan, 1983.
  10. Patricia Giesler, Valour Remembered: Canadians in Korea. Ottawa, Veterans Affairs Canada, 1982.
  11. John McCrae, In Flanders Fields and Other Poems. Edited by Sir Andrew Macphail, Toronto, Briggs, 1919.
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