|Title||Queen's Own Rifles of Canada One Hundred Years of Canada 1860-1960|
|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, 1939-1945
World War II
World War I
World War, 1914-1918
|Published Date||1960/ /|
|Publisher||TH Best Printing Company in Canada|
|Published Place||Don Mills Canada|
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".
Hand written on the front cover in white under the QOR of C insignia ia "B64870 COMS. Martin J.A. QOR of C WW II."
|Condition Notes||Slight ware of cover and spine, slight yellowing of pages.|
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