The Regiment

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  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • The Regiment
  • Farley Mowat
  • English
  • 13 December 2018
  • 1551251221

About the Author: Farley Mowat

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The Regiment On 2 September 1939 the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment was mobilized and began training for war For the next six years its members lived the heartbreak, the horror, and the glory of a bitter conflict on foreign soil This is the heart and soul story of the Hasty P s and their part in the Second World War, told by their most eloquent spokesman First printed over fifty years ago and out of print since 1982, The Regiment has lost none of its immediacy or emotional power This new edition contains the complete, unabridged original text in all its rich detail For the first time, it also contains a selection of photographs, and lists the Regiment s Honours and Awards, its Honour Roll, as well as lists of personnel and Second World War casualties In 1957 The Regiment was awarded 31 Battle Honours for its actions in the war, the most awarded to any Canadian regiment. Best Read The Regiment [ author ] Farley Mowat [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Regiment

  1. Tracey says:

    These men these comrades to whom I owe so much And don t we all.With what great love and respect Mowat relates the men that served this regiment both before and during the war Peace is a good thing, and yet it is a bitter truth that peace does not live long in our times During the decades after the Armistice of 1918, there were few men who recognised this truth Hating war with a depth of understanding born of a bloody experience, these men alone were not deluded Knowing was for what it w These men these comrades to whom I owe so much And don t we all.With what great love and respect Mowat relates the men that served this regiment both before and during the war Peace is a good thing, and yet it is a bitter truth that peace does not live long in our times During the decades after the Armistice of 1918, there were few men who recognised this truth Hating war with a depth of understanding born of a bloody experience, these men alone were not deluded Knowing was for what it was foresaw the day when they, their sons and grandsons too perhaps, must need do out again to battle that unborn generations might survive I am not surprised that this book is required reading on military reading lists Military books are not my usual genre and this slowed me down but Mowat s obvious love and respect of those he served with and his eloquence as a writer shone through.This is not...

  2. Craig Daniels says:

    Read this as we travelled through Italy, which was wholly appropriate given that s where it s set This is an invaluable book Mowat combines his story telling gift with his first person experiences in Italy during e a Second World War and delivers a potent memoir and record of Cana...

  3. Nick says:

    This is a very different book from Mowat s others, part military history and part nostalgic memoir although the author hardly appears at all in this narrative of the regiment in which he served for six years the bulk of the book recounts Mowat s Canadian regiment s campaigns and battle...

  4. Gordon says:

    Interesting enough if you re into this sort of thing and has a few high points, but on the whole this book lacks the Mowat spark