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JAMES (Fred) Canada's Triumph: Amiens-Arras-Cambrai, August-September-October 1918. 1st Ed., 63pp., 8 photos., 3 maps. Canadian War Records Office. nd (c.1918).  #53352
[HLMainPic] Useful brief history of Canadians in the final advance 1918 by Official Correspondent to the Overseas Ministry of Canada. Orig. wheat cloth, VG with bookplate & inscription of Evan Gill: "I was serving as a Lieut. 19th Battery 4th Canadian Division until wounded Sunday pm. 29 Sept. 1918, near the Arras-Cambrai road. See map. p. 21. EG." The map referred to is annotated with the location of Gill being wounded & the position of the CCS at Ficheux to which he was presumably evacuated. Front board stained o/w VG & an interesting copy. See illustration on our website.   £25




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