In The YPRES SALIENT. The Story of a Fortnight's Canadian Fighting. June 2 - 16, 1916.

London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, [1916]. 79, [1] pp. B/w frontispiece, photographic images, and maps. 7-3/16" x 4-13/16". Tan wrappers printed in dark blue, with b/w photographic onlay. Moderate general wear; splits to foot of joints and small loss to spine foot; toning to endpapers and last pg. About VG. Item #43368

From The Times blurb to the verso of the title pg: "Long after the issue of minor engagements in this War are forgotten, and when everybody has ceased to care whether at any moment we gained or lost a hundred yards of ground or a mile of trench, the memory of how the Canadians fought against hopeless odds near Hooge will be remembered, and Canada will be proud and the Empire will be proud of these men."

Price: $25.00

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