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Military Uniforms in Canada 1665-1970


Description
Authors:
Jack L. Summers, Author
Rene Chartrand
, Author
Media Type:
Text
Genealogical Resource
Item Type:
Books
Description:
"This work describes and illustrates the military dress of French, British and Canadian soldiers of forty units that have played an important part in Canada's military life over the past three hundred years.
Each of the forty sections comprises a history of the corps or regiment and a precise description of its dress accompanied by a full-page watercolour plate of the uniforms itself." (from the cover front fly)
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references (p.183)
Publisher:
National Museum of Canada, Publishing Division
Place of Publication:
Ottawa ON
Collation:
192 pages.
Subject(s):
ID Number:
OX 204.02
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Date:
1981
Terms of Use:
For reference use only - non-circulating.
Reproduction Notes:
Copy to view:
Oxford County Branch Library Collection
82 Light Street, Woodstock ON
email: oxford@ogs.on.ca
http://www.ogs.on.ca/oxford/index.html
Contact
Oxford County Branch Library Collection
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

Oxford County Branch

82 Light St. Woodstock, ON

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Military Uniforms in Canada 1665-1970


"This work describes and illustrates the military dress of French, British and Canadian soldiers of forty units that have played an important part in Canada's military life over the past three hundred years.
Each of the forty sections comprises a history of the corps or regiment and a precise description of its dress accompanied by a full-page watercolour plate of the uniforms itself." (from the cover front fly)