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memoirs by Canadian soldiers
The following books are available at Chapters.Indigo.ca

Ghosts Have Warm Hands

Bird, Will
Ghosts Have Warm Hands
Letters Of Agar Adamson

Christie, N.M. (editor)
Letters Of Agar Adamson
Robert Laird: His Memoirs.

MacQuarrie, Heath (ed.)
Robert Laird Borden:His Memoirs
Only This, A War Retrospect.

Pedley, J.H.
Only This:A War Retrospect
Poor Bloody Murder: Personal Memoirs of the First World War

Reid, G. (ed).
Poor Bloody Murder:Personal Memoirs of the First World War
The Journal of Private Fraser

Roy, Dr. R.H. (ed)
The Journal of Private Fraser, 1914-18:Canadian Expeditionary Force
The Great War As I Saw It

Scott, Canon, F. G.
The Great War as I Saw IT
These books can be found at other bookstores

Anderson, Lt.-Col. P. That's Me: Escape from German Prison Camp and Other Adventures Ottawa: Bradburn Printers, n.d.

Becker, John, Harold. The Memoir of John Harold Becker. Published privately (ISBN 0-919387-39-X), 1998

Boyd, William. With a Field Ambulance at Ypres. The Musson Book Company Ltd., 1916

Chaballe, Colonel Joseph. Histoire du 22 Bataillon Canadien-francais. Les editions chantecler Ltee, Montreal, 1952

Currie, Colonel J.A. The Red Watch. McClelland, Goodchild and Stewart, 1916.

Douglas, J. H. Captured: Sixteen Months as a Prisoner of War . McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, 1918.

England, R. Living, Learning, Remembering: Memoirs of Robert England. University of British Columbia Centre for Continuing Education, 1980.

Fialkowski, B.,(ed.) John L. Todd 1876-1949: Letters. Quebec, Privately Published,1977.

Gibbons, A. A Guest of the Kaiser: The Plain Story of A Lucky Soldier. J.M. Dent, 1919.

Gibbs, P. Now it Can Be Told. Harper & Bros., 1920.

Gordon, C.W. Postscript to Adventure: The Autobriography of Ralph Connor. Ryerson, 1975.

Graham, H. Citizen and Soldier: The Memoirs of Lieutenant-General Howard Graham. McClelland and Stewart, 1987.

Grant, Reginald. S.O.S. Stand To. D. Appleton and Company, 1918.

Griesbach, William Antrobus. I Remember.Ryerson, 1946.

Kerr, W.B. Shrieks and Crashes, Being Memoirs of Canada's Corps, 1917Hunter Rose, 1929.

Kerr, W.B. Arms and the Maple Leaf: Memories of Canada's Corps, 1918. Huron Expositor, 1943.

Macfie, J. Letters Home [letters from the Macfie brothers].Oliver Graphics, 1990.

McClung, N. Three Times and Out as Told by Private M.C. Simmons.Thomas Allen, 1918.

McCullen, F and Evans, J. Out of the Jaws of Hunland: The Stories of Corporal Fred McMullen, Sniper, and Jack Evans, Bomber, Canadian Soldiers Three Times Captured and Finally Escaped from German Prison Camps.William Briggs, 1918.

Mathieson, W.B. My Grandfather's War: Canadians Remember the First Word War. Macmillan, 1977.

Munroe, Jack. Mopping Up.The H.K. Fly Company, New York,1918.

Nasmith, George Gallie. On The Fringe of the Great Fight. McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, 1917.

Pearson, G. The Escape of a Princess Pat: Being the Full Account of the Capture and Fifteen Months Imprisonment of Corporal Edwards of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry and His Final Escape from Germany into Holland. George Doran, 1918.

Peat, Harold. Private Peat: His Own Soldiers Story.. Bobbs-Merrill, 1918.

Pope, Maurice. Soldiers and Politicians: The Memoirs of Lieutenant-General Maurice A. Pope.University of Toronto Press, 1962.

Terraine, J. General Jack's Diary, 1914-1918.Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1964.

Thorn, J.C. Three Years a Prisoner in Germany: The Story of Major J.C. Thorn, A First Canadian Contingent Officer who was Captured by the Germans at Ypres on April 24th, 1915, Relating His Many Attempts to Escape (Once Disguised as a Widow) and Life in Various Camps and Fortresses, with IllustrationsCowan and Brookhouse, 1919.

Tucker, A.B. The Battle Glory of Canada.Cassell and Company, Ltd., 1915

Ward, N. A Party Politician: The Memoirs of Chubby Power.Macmillan, 1966.

Wheeler, V. No Man's Land. Alberta Historical Resources Foundation, 1980.

Wilson, Beckles. From Quebec to Piccadilly.Jonathon Cape.1929.
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