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Five Days In November

Five Days In November  is more than a book about military history: it is a tale of people. It is the story of Canadians fighting for the liberty of a far-away, unfamiliar country, of civilians suddenly caught in the middle of a ferocious battle.
It is the story of soldiers in water-filled slit trenches and civilians cowering in home-made shelters, a story of tragedy and humour, of survival and victory.
It is an account that will fascinate not only the surviving veterans but the third generation as well. This book is about the exploits of their grandfathers, too many of whom did not come home.
With a foreword by Brig. Gen. (ret'd) E.A.C. "Ned" Amy, DSO, OBE, MC, CD