The Canadian Battlefields in Italy: Sicily and Southern Italy by Eric McGeer and Terry Copp with Matt Symes

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This book transports the reader to Sicily, where Canadian soldiers fought in the summer of 1943. With remarkable new three-dimensional satellite maps, this book is sure to be enjoyable reading for anyone with an interest in Canada’s Second World War experience

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  1. Jonah Mckey -  June 8, 2012 - 8:40 pm 681

    We are thinking of going to one of several Italian Lakes, Garda or Como. In case you have been to both or just to one of them, could you give us some highlight on the aria? There exists a few questions, but if it’s too many, you are welcome to answer just one or a pair of.. Which lake has more to supply? (surroundings, things to do). How hot and clean are they? (somebody mentioned in the review that locals don’t like swimming there, for the reason that the water is dirty, but both lakes look pretty clean and beautiful on the pictures) . Are they too crowded with tourists? . Which one is more high-priced, and actually, how pricey are they compare to the famed Amalfi coast as an example?. How long would you stay there?. What the weather is like in early June?. . Thanks all so much! . Have a wonderful day!.


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