This is the official story of the Canadian Army’s part in the United Nations’ action in Korea , 1950-1953.  Although the Canadian soldiers who fought on this “strange battleground” of mountains and rice paddies were only part of the great international undertaking by the free nations of the world, the emphasis in this book is on Canadian activities.  There are detailed accounts of all the principal Canadian operations from the time Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry first clashed with the enemy until the 25th Canadian Infantry Brigade played its part in stabilizing the front along with the “cease-fire line” which roughly followed the 38th parallel.

 Published by the Queen's Printer, Ottawa in 1966.

 6 ˝” x 9 ˝” 317  pages

Out of print.  Possible library availability.

 

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