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POLL: Best WWII Canadian Memoir? (Final Round)


69 votes were cast.


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wrgmr1 writes:

It's really tough to decide as these are all very good. They are personal memoirs of ordinary men doing extraordinary things.

I would say that Farley Mowat, an infantry officer offers more insight into his emotions and his companions experience than George Blackburn. George Blackburn an artillery officer, is more technical in particular his explanations of how the Canadian artillery worked and supported the infantry.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Where the Hell are the Guns? (George G. Blackburn)
4
6%
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Guns of Victory (George G. Blackburn)
0
0%
 
Regiment, The (Farley Mowat)
4
6%
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Guns of Normandy (George G. Blackburn)
6
9%
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And No Birds Sang (Farley Mowat)
9
13%
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none of these/no opinion
46
67%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION
What is your favorite memoir written by a Canadian?

Poll set up by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, based on this previous poll.