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  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Chapter 1 - Boyhood 1
  • Chapter 2 - School 22
  • Chapter 3 - Bowness 37
  • Chapter 4 - Outdoor Life 51
  • Chapter 5 - High School 60
  • Chapter 6 - Air 69
  • Chapter 7 - Growin Gup 85
  • Chapter 8 - Amateur Soldiers 114
  • Chapter 9 - Calgary 128
  • Chapter 10 - T O England 142
  • Chapter 11 - Aldershot 152
  • Chapter 12 - Regimental Duty 164
  • Chapter 13 - Divisional Headquarters 175
  • Chapter 14 - On the Fringe of War 187
  • Chapter 15 - Staff Course 217
  • Chapter 16 - France 227
  • Chapter 17 - Winter 243
  • Chapter 18 - 1945 256
  • Chapter 19 - Peacetime 275
  • Chapter 20 - Korea 282
  • Chapter 21 - Washington 310
  • Chapter 22 - Germany 319
  • Chapter 23 - Canada 329
  • Chapter 24 - London 342
  • Epilogue 349
  • Glossary 358
  • Index 359
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