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Nova Scotia"s part in the Great War.

M. S Hunt

Nova Scotia"s part in the Great War.

by M. S Hunt

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Published by Nova Scotia Veteran Pub. Co. in Halifax .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Nova Scotia

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD547 C2 H8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination432p.
    Number of Pages432
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14299146M

    When the First World War ended in , its profound impact did not. The war continued to haunt a nation. Nova Scotia at War, is an in-depth study of Nova Scotia's role that was, at the time, the most traumatic collective experience in the history of Canadians. As Tennyson explores in nine fascinating chapters, the war effort was more than just the brave soldiers and sailors who went.   Få Nova Scotia's Part in the Great War af Captain M Stuart Hunt som bog på engelsk - - Bøger rummer alle sider af livet. Læs Lyt Lev blandt millioner af bøger på : Naval & Military Press.

    Part 4, "Nova Scotia at the Turn of the 19th Century." TOC Ch. 1 - Nova Scotia And The Napoleonic Wars: In , Great Britain went to war with France, a war, which except for a short 18 month period during , continued for 23 years. We should start this part a few years before The Far Reaches of Empire chronicles the half century of Anglo-American efforts to establish dominion in Nova Scotia, an important French foothold in the New World. John Grenier examines the conflict of cultures and peoples in the colonial Northeast through the lens of military history as he tells how Britons and Yankees waged a tremendously efficient counterinsurgency that ultimately crushed.

    The tragic consequences of the hurricane resulted in the implementation of a better storm warning system in Nova Scotia. On 21 February , a coal mine explosion at Springhill in Cumberland County killed at least miners. Just seven years later, Nova Scotia was hit . Nova Scotia. New Scotland. The Maritimes. Atlantic Canada. Sea air and people who truly are the salt of the earth. Home to Alexander Keiths, donairs, deep-fried pickles and deep-fried anything for that matter. The breathtaking Cape Breton National Park. The provincial capital, Halifax, steeped in history and one of the oldest cities in North America.


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