The Canadian Army and the Normandy Campaign: A Study of Failure in High Command

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The Canadian Army and the Normandy Campaign
A STUDY OF FAILURE IN HIGH COMMAND

John A. English

FOREWORD BY Gunther E. Rothenberg

PRARGER New York Westport, Connecticut London

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  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments iv
  • Contents vii
  • Figures and Maps ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Note xvii
  • Prologue Of Ignorant Armies 1
  • Notes 7
  • Book One Long Forgotten Winters 11
  • Chapter 1 the Canadian Corps and the British Mold 13
  • Notes 30
  • Chapter 2 the Bellows of Peace 39
  • Notes 56
  • Chapter 3 Shaping an Expeditionary Force 63
  • Notes 80
  • Chapter 4 the Staff Caste 89
  • Notes 102
  • Chapter 5 Battle Drill Die 107
  • Notes 119
  • Chapter 6 the Montgomery Measurement 125
  • Notes 137
  • Epilogue Final Tempering 143
  • Notes 153
  • Book Two Half-Forgotten Summer 157
  • Chapter 7 the Imprint of Doctrine 159
  • Notes 175
  • Chapter 8 Cast of Commanders 181
  • Notes 195
  • Chapter 9 Throes Beyond the Beach 203
  • Notes 230
  • Chapter 10 Cold Eye on Death 237
  • Notes 256
  • Chapter 11 the Amiens Alchemy 263
  • Notes 283
  • Chapter 12 Case Hardening 289
  • Notes 301
  • Conclusion Final Casting 305
  • Appendix A Some General Notes on What to Look for When Visiting a Unit 315
  • Appendix B Tank and Gun Comparisons 321
  • Abbreviations 325
  • A Note on Sources 331
  • Select Bibliography 333
  • Index 339
  • About the Author 349
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