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POLL: Best WWII Canadian Memoir? (Round 1)


126 votes were cast by total voters.


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wrgmr1 writes:

George Blackburn's books are excellent!


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
50 North:An Atlantic Battleground (Alan Easton)
3
2%
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And No Birds Sang (Farley Mowat)
11
9%
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Battle Diary (Queen's Own) (Charles Martin)
2
2%
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Bloody War, A (Hal Lawrence)
1
1%
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Boy's Bombs and Brussels Sprouts (J. Douglas Harvey)
2
2%
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Fantassin (Jean-Charles 'Charlie' Forbes)
1
1%
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Guns of Normandy (George G. Blackburn)
8
6%
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Guns of Victory (George G. Blackburn)
11
9%
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Lighthearted Soldier, The (Herb Peppard)
0
0%
 
Long Road Home (Fred Cederburg)
2
2%
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Mud and Green Fields (George Kitching)
4
3%
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Not All Of Us Were Brave (Stan Scislowski)
5
4%
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Once a Patricia (Sydney Frost)
1
1%
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Regiment, The (Farley Mowat)
6
5%
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Terror in the Starboard Seat (Dave Macintosh)
2
2%
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There's A Goddamn Bullet for Everyone (Arthur Kelly)
3
2%
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Thousand Shall Fall, A (Murray Peden)
1
1%
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Where the Hell are the Guns? (George G. Blackburn)
6
5%
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other (explain)
4
3%
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none of these/no opinion
53
42%
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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 pre-poll discussion.