The Eighty-Fifth [85th] Canadian Infantry Battalion / Nova Scotia Highlanders in France and Flanders


B0046OL280 362 pages. Fold-out map inside back board indicates operations of the Battalion. Twenty-one black and white photographic plates (including one at page 56 not included in List of Illustrations). Lists of: Service Dates; Engagements of the Battalion; Wastage in France; Casualties; Honours and Awards. Also includes Nominal Roll of Officers, including name, address and record of service, and Nominal Roll Other Ranks, including number, name, address and record of service. "Being a history of the justly famous 85th Canadian Infantry Battalion (Nova Scotia Highlanders) in the various theatres of the war [WWI], together with a Nominal Roll and synopsis of service of Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Men who served with the Battalion in France." - subtitle. Gilt lettering and decoration upon forest green cloth-covered boards. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this important Canadian military history. [Enser p. 88. Cooke p. 130. Dornbusch 426. Amtmann H523]

Title: The Eighty-Fifth [85th] Canadian Infantry Battalion / Nova Scotia Highlanders in France and Flanders

Author Name: Hayes, Lt. Col. Joseph; Currie, Sir Arthur W. [Foreword]; Ralston, Lieut-Col. J.L. [Introduction]

Categories: Military, Canadian History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Royal Print and Litho Limited: 1920

ISBN Number: B0046OL280

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 517H3277

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