Month: October 2019

Upcoming Bookstore Presentaions, Kingston and Burlington Ontario

Novermber 7th and 8th, come by Novel Idea Bookstore or A Different Drummer Books.

Royal Canadian Military Institute Speaker’s Dinner, Toronto Ontario

Zuehlke shines a light on this forgotten chapter of the war in the thirteenth installment of the bestselling Canadian Battle Series, bringing his account of Canada’s World War II experience in Italy to a satisfying conclusion.

Excerpt From The River Battles: Canada’s Final Campaign in World War II Italy

Ace High: Lieutenant syD frost and his seventeen survivors from ‘D’ Company’s No. 18 Platoon were out in the blue. Not only were they on point for the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, but they were literally at the very tip of the Canadian advance across...

The River Battles: Canada’s Final Campaign in World War II Italy

The River Battles: Canada’s Final Campaign in World War II Italy The Canadians called it the Promised Land. In late September 1944, the Emilia-Romagna plain before I Canadian Corps stretched to the far horizon—a deceptively wide-open space where surely the tanks could...

About the Author

Mark Zuehlke is an award-winning author generally considered to be Canada’s foremost popular military historian. His Canadian Battle Series is the most exhaustive recounting of the battles and campaigns fought by any nation during World War II to have been written by a single author.

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    The River Battles: Canada’s Final Campaign in World War II Italy

    The River Battles: Canada’s Final Campaign in World War II Italy The Canadians called it the Promised Land. In late September 1944, the Emilia-Romagna plain before I Canadian Corps stretched to the far horizon—a deceptively wide-open space where surely the tanks could...