By Bernd Horn
Canadian regimental histories are struggle tales that offer testimony to the feats of braveness and tenacity of Canadians proven in strive against or engaged within the occasionally tedious routine of peace. those regimental histories communicate to the collective army history and legacy of the rustic. they're, in truth, home windows on our kingdom and ourselves. This quantity, the better half to Establishing a Legacy, the 1st quantity, offers an in depth account of The Royal Canadian Regiments tale from 1953 to 2008.
The RCRs historical past after the Korean conflict paralleled the expansion and evolution of Canada via harmful and making an attempt instances, from the edge of nuclear Armageddon to a freefall of worldwide destabilization, monetary disaster, resurging international terrorism, and the beginning of transnational terror networks. The RCR contributed to the victory within the chilly warfare, participated within the sour stabilization campaigns of the Nineties within the former Yugoslavia, and fought and bled seriously within the reconstruction and counter-insurgency conflict in Afghanistan.
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From Cold War to New Millennium: The History of The Royal Canadian Regiment, 1953–2008 by Bernd Horn