K Scheffler

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Location: Canada
Birthday: Sept. 24


Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,709 - Total Helpful Votes: 132 of 171
The Canadian Corps in World War I by Rene Chartrand
This book is intended to be "a very concise account" of the Canadian Corps, which by the end of the First world war had become an elite fighting force and a symbol of Canada's emergence as a distinct nation within the British Empire. The text is divided into three main sections: Canada in the Great War, Corps Operations, and Uniforms, Arms & Equipment. The first two sections do the job, although a few important points are missing and the minor Middle East and Siberia roles receive disproportionate attention. Newfoundland is also dealt with in a few paragraphs, although not a part of Canada at the time nor its units part of the Corps. The third section is not really something that I'm… Read more
A Catalogue of the Fifteenth-Century Printed Books&hellip by James Edward Walsh
3.0 out of 5 stars Title is Incorrect, Sept. 16 2013
Wanted to order this book but searched the ISBN and it appears that this is volume 4, books published in France, the Netherlands, etc.
Called to Witness: Profiles of Canadian Presbyteri&hellip by John S. Moir
3.0 out of 5 stars May have bindery error, April 4 2013
Unfortunately this nicely designed book has a bindery error in my copy; pages 19/20 are instead pages 81/82 (pages 81/82 also appear in sequence) and are nowhere to be found. The incorrect page 81 is also misaligned. Naturally, this is very disappointing, however hopefully this is not a universal problem in this title.

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