Abbaye d'Ardenne June 1944 : Twenty Canadian Prisoners of War / Abbaye d'Ardenne Juin 1944 : 20 prisonniers de guerre Canadiens.

By: CAMPBELL, Ian J., and Robert L. BENNETT.

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CAMPBELL, Ian J., and Robert L. BENNETT. Abbaye d'Ardenne June 1944 : Twenty Canadian Prisoners of War / Abbaye d'Ardenne Juin 1944 : 20 prisonniers de guerre Canadiens. Buron, Calvados, France : L'Association des Amis du Canada, 1984. Pp [1]-19,(2),[1]-19. Illustrated. Map. 8vo, illustrated grey stapled card covers. “The text of this narrative was written by Ian J. Campbell with the assistance of Robert L. Bennett and was translated into French by André Heintz and Paul L. Bennett. Artwork by Lili Cronembourg.” “Most ofthe men in this story were Maritimers. CpJ Joseph Maclntyre and Pte Charle s Doucette had joined up at the recruiting centre in Sydney, and Pte James Alvin Moss, from Stellarton, joined up in Mulgrave, Nova Scotia. Pte. Walter Michael Doherty and Pte Raymond Moore joined up in Aldershot, and Ptes Thomas Edward Mont from Truro and Hollis Leslie McKeil, a native of Lower Selmah, enlisted in Amherst. McKeil, born in December 1910, was the oldest manof the group. On 31 July 1941, these seven men landed in England with the North Nova Scotia Highlanders (NNSH). [...] More "North Novas" arrived in England in 1942 and 1943. Amongst them were Pte Hugh Allen McDonald and Pte Ivan Lee from New Glasgow, and Ptes Reginald Keeping and George Richard McNaughton, both of whom had joined "up in Halifax.” (p. 5). Back-to-back English and French texts. Very good. Uncommon. 50.00

Title: Abbaye d'Ardenne June 1944 : Twenty Canadian Prisoners of War / Abbaye d'Ardenne Juin 1944 : 20 prisonniers de guerre Canadiens.

Author Name: CAMPBELL, Ian J., and Robert L. BENNETT.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: L'Association des Amis du Canada,, Buron, Calvados, France , 1984,:

Seller ID: 93020

Keywords: ABBAYE D'ARDENNE FRANCE CANADIAN ARMY PRISONERS OF WAR POW POWS WW2 MILITARY NOVA SCOTIA CANADA NORTH NOVIES HIGHLANDERS WORLD WAR II,