Fields of Fire

Fields of Fire

Copp challenges the conventional view that the Canadian contribution to the Battle of Normandy was a 'failure': that the allies won only through the use of 'brute force, ' and that the Canadian soldiers and commanding officers were essentially incompetent.


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Publisher University of Toronto Press
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Pages 344 pages
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