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Canadians under Fire: Infantry Effectiveness in the Second World War
Kingston, Canada: McGill-Queens University, 2009
Pages: x + 245
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Exploiting for the first time a fascinating trove of archival information, Engen conducts a thought-provoking survey of how Allied infantry -- Canadians in particular -- fought the war in Europe, and he simultaneously brings new guns to bear on SLA Marshall's controversial studies and theories.
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