The Chance of War: Canadian Soldiers in the Balkans, 1992-1995

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John Wood
Dundurn, 1. velj 2003. - Broj stranica: 254
1 Recenzija

In the past ten years, thousands of Canadian "peacekeepers" have served in the former Yugoslavia. The soldiers who appear in this book all served in the first three years of the conflict. Ten were there as a part of Canada's contribution to the United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR), Operation Harmony. The other, Lewis MacKenzie, was the Chief of Staff for UNPROFOR at the beginning of the UN mission. The stories they tell about their training, their experiences overseas, and finally their homecoming reveal that no matter how benign the government judges a situation to be when they deploy our troops, soldiers are always faced with the reality and the chance of war.

  

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26
VII
28
VIII
52
IX
64
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90
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99
XII
119
XIII
144
XV
175
XVI
202
XVII
214
XVIII
232
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Autorska prava

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O autoru (2003)

John Wood was the Artistic Director of English Theatre at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa from 1977 to 1984. He has directed major productions for theatres in Canada, England, Australia, and the United States and has also written and directed for radio, film, and television. He was one of the directors and the writer for the series Days of Reckoning.

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