TIM COOK is the Great War historian at the Canadian War Museum, as well as an adjunct professor at Carleton University. His books have won numerous awards, including the 2008 J.W. Dafoe Prize for At the Sharp End and the 2009 Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction for Shock Troops. In 2013, he received the Pierre Berton Award for popularizing Canadian history. He lives in Ottawa with his family.
Without doubt, the most comprehensive and personal presentation to date of Canada's involvement and the influence of her front-line soldiers through the Great War . . . Read morePublished 13 months ago by jay schroeder
Now that this sensational book has been written, Canadians will no longer be able to call World War I, which broke out in 1914, 'The Forgotten War'. Read morePublished 15 months ago by T. Virany
This was a great gift. Unique and worth the money.
Ordered it one day and it was here in no time.
I have yet to start this book, but its precursor is amazing. I actually cannot begin to go over how grateful I am that this arrived on time.Published 23 months ago by Sarah Toop
Tim Cook is one of the foremost historians writing on the Great War, a writer whose work I value. I'm glad to own this account, which sits next to his equally fine work, AT THE... Read morePublished on May 14 2013 by RobC
It didn't take me long to get into the second volume of Cook's history of Canada's role in WW I after having enjoyed the first one. Read morePublished on April 1 2010 by Ian Gordon Malcomson
If only one series of books is to be read about Canadians in World War 1, this is IT! Vivid story telling and great details.Published on Dec 9 2009 by Lori Davenport