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I have always been fascinated by Canadian history. As a kid travelling with my parents, I forced the entire car to stop at every museum along the road no matter how big or how small.
I am not interested in writing the great tomes about which battalion moved up when. I tell the true stories of the officers and men soldiers who have been lost to time. My work is their lives, their sacrifices and their success and failures.
I have written about the men in the shell holes of Passchendaele to the soldiers fighting in Afghanistan. Each time, I feel the men and women who have given their lives for our country looking over my shoulder. They seem to be saying "Please get it right, we deserve at least that."
Today I speak around the world on Canadian military history, and am a consultant on historical movies and documentaries. I am a senior volunteer with both the Military Museums and Lougheed House in Calgary, am the Managing Editor of "Honour Magazine" and lecture at many colleges and Universities. For that kid who stopped at every museum it can't get any better.
Norman Leach is a historian, freelance writer and professional speaker from Calgary, Alberta. He graduated with a degree in Strategic Studies from the University of Manitoba, and he now gives speeches around the world on Canadian military history.
I bought this book as a gift, so no personal experience with it. It contains lots of photos & short reads, so great if that is what you are looking for ... rather a longer book.Published 10 months ago by D. Carter
This is a very thin book with little more than pictures. No real substance to it. Would probably not have bought it if I knew in advance the number of pages it contains. Read morePublished on Nov. 15 2010 by Dave J Bushell
This book is a good introduction to the history of Passchendaele. It has lots of pictures, so it can interest younger readers in history, and the writting gives us a nice broad... Read morePublished on Jan. 15 2010 by D. Bullard