Silent Witnesses

Silent Witnesses

Book - 1974
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Publisher: Toronto, Hakkert, 1974.
Branch Call Number: 940.465 Woo
Characteristics: xii, 243 p. ill., map.
Additional Contributors: Swettenham, John Alexander

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Apr 27, 2015

The focus of Silent Witnesses is the war cemeteries in which Canadians are buried. It was published in 1974 to serve as a comprehensive record and as a guidebook for next-of-kin and other visitors. (Was there ever a time when an 8.5×11”, 2.5 lb tome would be a useful guidebook on a European tour?) More recent travel-friendly volumes have superseded the guidebook aspect of the book. The accounts of battles and their relationship to specific cemeteries stand the test of time.

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