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Finally acurrent book on the details of Nova Scotia s participation in the First World War Great sources and poignant stories. {Ebook} õ Nova Scotia at War, 1914-1919 Â When the First World War ended in , its profound impact did not The war continued to haunt a nation Nova Scotia at War, is an in depth study of Nova Scotia s role that was, at the time, the most traumatic collective experience in the history of Canadians As Tennyson explores in nine fascinating chapters, the war effort was than just the brave soldiers and sailors who went overseas it was also the civilians who worked in the fishery, on the farms, and in the forests, coals mines, and steel millsA specialist in early twentieth century Canadian political history, author and historian Brian Tennyson examines the economic impact of the war, which shattered Nova Scotia s dream of becoming the Atlantic gateway and the industrial heartland of Canada Includesblack and white photos Touch Not the Cat 1914-1919 Â When the First World War ended in The Charmer’s Box its profound impact did not The war continued to haunt a nation Nova Scotia at War The Charmer’s Box: Poetry is an in depth study of Nova Scotia s role that was Red Roots (Vampire Empire, at the time What to Do Until Love Finds You: The Bestselling Guide to Preparing Yourself for Your Perfect Mate the most traumatic collective experience in the history of Canadians As Tennyson explores in nine fascinating chapters Rizal Beyond the Grave: A Reiteration of the Greatness of the Martyr of Bagumbayan the war effort was than just the brave soldiers and sailors who went overseas it was also the civilians who worked in the fishery The Velvet Years: Warhol's Factory, 1965-67 on the farms Last Words of Saints and Sinners: 700 Final Quotes from the Famous, the Infamous, and the Inspiring Figures of History and in the forests Sineater coals mines Winters Heat (Omega Boys, and steel millsA specialist in early twentieth century Canadian political history Dahlia Black author and historian Brian Tennyson examines the economic impact of the war Dahlia Black which shattered Nova Scotia s dream of becoming the Atlantic gateway and the industrial heartland of Canada Includesblack and white photos