|Title||The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada One Hundred Years of Canada 1869-1960|
|Author||Barnard, W.T. Liertenant-Colonel|
Summary of the history of the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada over a hundred years, from its beginnings in 1860 to 1960.
The Formation of the Regiment, 1860-66; The Battle of Ridgeway, 2 June 1866; Canada and the Green Jacket, 1866-77; The Victorian Heyday, 1877-84; The North-West Rebellion, 1885; War and Peace, 1886-1909; The Fiftieth anniversary, 1910; The Regimental Record; 1911-18; Peace with Pacifism, 1919-1939; The 1st Bn. QOR of C, Toronto and Camp Borden, 1940; Newfoundland and New Brunswick, 1940-1941; Preliminary Training in England, 1941-1942; Final Training in England, 1the 943-5 June 1944; The Battle of Normandy, 6 June-2 July 1944; The Battle of Normandy, 3 July-22 August 1944; The Channel Ports, September 1944; The Breskens Pocket and the Nihmegen Bridgehead, 2 October 1944-7 February 1945; The Battle of the Rhineland, 8 February-27 March 1945; the Final Victory, 28 March-17 December 1945; The Post-War Era, 1945-1960.
World War II
World War I
World War, 1914-1918
World War, 1939-1945
Battle of Ridgeway
|Published Date||1960/ /|
|Publisher||TH Best Printing Company in Canada|
|Published Place||Don Mills, Ontario|
|Physical Description||Medium sized black hardcover book with silver QOR of C insignia on the front cover. On the spine in silver is the title, the author, and the supplementary publishing company of the cover "The Ontario Publishing Co. Limited".|
|Condition Notes||Slight ware on covers and spine, and slight yellowing of pages.|
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