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  • Canada, CEF. Gun-Fire - An Historical Narrative of The 4th Bde. C.F.A. 1914-1918
  • Canada, CEF. Gun-Fire - An Historical Narrative of The 4th Bde. C.F.A. 1914-1918
  • Canada, CEF. Gun-Fire - An Historical Narrative of The 4th Bde. C.F.A. 1914-1918

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Canada, CEF. Gun-Fire - An Historical Narrative of The 4th Bde. C.F.A. 1914-1918

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Canada, CEF. Gun-Fire - An Historical Narrative of The 4th Bde. C.F.A. 1914-1918

Hardcover, black cloth cover, the front cover with a recessed area incorporating a colour printed image of artillerymen in the field that is pasted in place, the text on the front and the spine in red ink, entitled "Gun-Fire - An Historical Narrative of The 4th Bde. C.F.A. 1914-1918", compiled by The 4th Brigade, C.F.A. Association, edited by Lieutenant J.A. MacDonald, 15th and 30th Batteries, C.F.A., illustrations by Lieutenant S.T.J. Foyer, 13th and 26th Batteries, C.F.A., printed by The Greenaway Press of Toronto in 1929. The inside front cover has a blank owner's label pasted in place and is marked |No. 463". A note on the lead page states: "To the memory of those of the 4th Brigade (Canadian Field Artillery) who made the supreme sacrifice, whose names are recorded herein, and engraved in our hearts as "Our Glorious Dead", this history is dedicated." It begins with a Table of Contents, followed by Lists of eleven Illustrations and eleven Maps, a Preface by Lieutenant John A. MacDonald and an Introductory by Major-General A.G. McNaughton, C.M.G., D.S.O. It contains two Books (I and II): Book I with four Parts: Part I (November 6th, 1914 - May 21st, 1916), with five chapters (1. Mobilization; 2. England; 3. Arrival in Flanders; 4. Trench Warfare; 5. St. Eloi); Part II (May 21st, 1916 - March 17th, 1917), with five chapters (1. Sanctuary Wood and Hooge; 2. Courcelette; 3. Regina Trench; 4. Signal Communication; 5. In Front of Vimy); Part III (March 7th, 1917 to June 21st, 1917), with two chapters (1. Battle of Vimy Ridge; 2. Minor Operations); Part IV (June 21st, 1917 to May 28th 1919), with ten chapters (1. Siege of Lens; 2. Hill 70; 3. Passchendaele; 4. Return to Vimy; 5. Holding the Ridge; 6. Amiens; 7. The Hindenburg Line; 8. Canal du Nord; 9. Cambrai to Valenciennes; 10. Downfall of Germany); and Book II (The 15th and 16th Batteries, 6th Brigade, C.F.A.), with four chapters (1. Operations, 2. 1916; Operations, 3. 1917; Operations, 1918; 4. The March to the Rhine. It concludes with two pages entitled Return to "Civies" by Hon. Capt. R.F. Thompson, M.C., along with five Appendices (1. The Honour Roll, 4th Brigade, C.F.A.; 2. The Decoration List, 4th Brigade, C.F.A.; 3. The Nominal Roll, 4th Brigade, C,F.A.; 4. Skeleton History of Each Unit; 5. Table of Officers Commanding). The book contains 270 pages of text, printed in black ink, on an off-white paper stock, incorporating eleven illustrations along with eleven maps inserted throughout the book, all twenty pages of which are printed in black ink on a coated white paper, measuring 160 mm (w) x 238 mm (h) x 30 mm (d). It exhibits foxing on the top of the pages, along with spotting and light soiling in random areas throughout the book, however, the remaining pages are unaffected. Fine.

 

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