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The 104th (New Brunswick) Regiment of Foot in the War of 1812

Atlantic Canadian eBooks

by John R. Grodzinski

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A long-awaited history of the Canadian regiment best known for its perilous Winter March through the wilderness of New Brunswick to the battlefields of Upper Canada. The story of the 104th can be seen as a truly national endeavour, whereby "British Americans" and Britons alike defended the colonies from foreign aggression. This history relies upon period correspondence, reports, diaries, and journals to describe the exploits of this famous unit. The author John R. Grodzinski teaches at the Royal Military College and has written and been a commentator (on PBS, the Discovery Channel, and CBC Radio) on the War of 1812. War of 1812, 104th Regiment, Canadian military history, Pre-Confederation History, Canadian author

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A long-awaited history of the Canadian regiment best known for its perilous Winter March through the wilderness of New Brunswick to the battlefields of Upper Canada. The story of the 104th can be seen as a truly national endeavour, whereby "British Americans" and Britons alike defended the colonies from foreign aggression. This history relies upon period correspondence, reports, diaries, and journals to describe the exploits of this famous unit. The author John R. Grodzinski teaches at the Royal Military College and has written and been a commentator (on PBS, the Discovery Channel, and CBC Radio) on the War of 1812. War of 1812, 104th Regiment, Canadian military history, Pre-Confederation History, Canadian author

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