Publisher: Nimbus Publishing; 1 edition (April 1, 2015)
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With own letters accrued from public documents and the relations of these who fought within the First international conflict, historian Ross Hebb tells the tale of Canadian squaddies, from recruitment to deployment to come, of their personal phrases. Letters house is a set of the correspondences of 20 humans shipped in another country from around the Maritimes, asking approximately their houses and farms, pondering on the women in Britain, and leaving keepsakes and lifestyles suggestion for his or her little ones. prepared chronologically, the letters describe crossing the Atlantic, education in England, the confusion and anticipation major as much as wrestle, and for a few, the adventure domestic. comprises 20 photos of the letter writers, their households, postcards, and memorials.