First World War 3-pack includes:
• WW I: The war that shaped a nation special issue
• Canada and the Great War: The Battles special issue
• World War I: True stories from Vimy to victory special issue
WW I: The war that shaped a nation
It was supposed to be the war to end all wars but the Great War was the most brutal era in Canadian history. This 100-page book includes a stunning overview map of the Western Front, a dynamic calendar of the most crucial events, and some of the most amazing, rarely-seen photographs of the action.
Canada and the Great War: The Battles
From their baptism of fire at the Second Battle of Ypres in April 1915 through to the Hundred Days campaign, Canadian soldiers experienced one fierce ground battle after another. Just in time for the war’s centenary, we present Canada’s story of battle on the Western Front.
Gold Winner at the 2016 Canadian Cover Awards from Magazines Canada.
World War I: True stories from Vimy to victory
When the First World War started in 1914, Canada’s population was less than 8 million, yet more than 620,000 enlisted to stand up to tyranny. Many of the surviving soldiers felt compelled to share their stories—not necessarily with everyone, but with those who had also served—and Legion Magazine helped their voices be heard. Many of those stories, accompanied by dozens of dramatic photos, are collected in this new special issue.