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The Juno Beach Trilogy: First Canadian Army and the Normandy Campaign, June 6th - August 21, 1944

by Mark Zuehlke Douglas & McIntyre (November 02, 2012)

Together in one convenient ebook, three of Mark Zuehlke's epics of Canadian soldiers in World War II take us from the dramatic events of D-Day (June 6, 1944) to the days following, and the final push. Juno Beach...


Breakout from Juno: First Canadian Army and the Normandy Campaign, July 4¿August 21, 1944

by Mark Zuehlke Douglas & McIntyre (November 08, 2011)

The ninth book in the Canadian Battle Series, Breakout from Juno, is the first dramatic chronicling of Canada's pivotal role throughout the entire Normandy Campaign following the D-Day landings.

On July 4, 1944,...


King: William Lyon Mackenzie King: A Life Guided by the Hand of Destiny

by Allan Levine Douglas & McIntyre (September 09, 2011)

William Lyon Mackenzie King, twice former Prime Minister of Canada, was a brilliant tactician, was passionately committed to Canadian unity, and was a protector of the underdog, introducing such cornerstones...


Oka: A Political Crisis and Its Legacy

by Harry Swain Douglas & McIntyre (September 18, 2010)

On July 11, 1990, tension between white and Mohawk people at Oka, just west of Montreal, took a violent turn. At issue was the town's plan to turn a piece of disputed land in the community of Kanesatake into...


Because We Are Canadians: A Battlefield Memoir: A Battlefield Memoir

by Charles Kipp Douglas & McIntyre (December 01, 2009)

This is the story of one man’s war—the memoirs of Sgt. Charles D. Kipp, who served with the Canadian army on active duty in Europe during the bloody days and weeks following D-Day. What makes this work stand...


The Dunsmuir Saga

by Terry Reksten Douglas & McIntyre (December 01, 2009)

The Dunsmuir Saga brings to life three generations of the legendary Dunsmuir family of Vancouver Island. Robert Dunsmuir -- canny, acquisitive and imaginative -- became the richest man in British Columbia; his...


Holding Juno

by Mark Zuehlke Douglas & McIntyre (December 01, 2009)

Following his national best-seller, Juno Beach, and with his usual verve and narrative skill, historian Mark Zuehlke chronicles the crucial six days when Canadians saved the vulnerable beachheads they had won...


Who We Are

by Rudyard Griffiths Douglas & McIntyre (December 01, 2009)

Canadians have come to embrace their country as a “postmodern state”—a nation that downplays its history and makes few demands on its citizens, allowing them to find their allegiances where they may—in...


Voices of British Columbia

by Robert Budd Douglas & McIntyre (September 01, 2010)

Between 1959 and 1966, the late CBC Radio journalist Imbert Orchard travelled across British Columbia with recording engineer Ian Stephen interviewing nearly a thousand of the province’s pioneers. The resulting...


The Fog of War

by Mark Bourrie Douglas & McIntyre (July 08, 2011)

The Canadian government censored the news during World War II for two main reasons: to keep military and economic secrets out of enemy hands and to prevent civilian morale from breaking down. But in those tumultuous...