Britain's war effort was crucially aided by its Dominions, with Canada's experience of the First World War a prime example of this fundamental military contribution
Canada's contribution to the war effort on the Western Front was of fundamental importance throughout the Great War. Tim Cook traces how, over four years, what started as a little-organised contingent of 31,000 troops of mostly citizen-soldiers grew into an effective fighting force that made significant contributions to the final victory over the Central Powers.
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