Arty unitsApril 14 2008 at 1:16 PM
|Doug Townend |
Response to RCA in Holland 1944-1945
There are all sorts of references you can use:
- The official history of the Canadian Army in WW2, has good line charts of the units in each division;
- the three books by George Blackburn including where the hell are the guns, The Guns of Victory, and The Guns of Normandy;
- the official history of the Royal Canadian Artillery.
Any of the above books will be available at your local library or in used book stores.
If you want to meet veterans, try the local branches of the Royal Canadian Legion and reserve force Artillery units.
Try the internet also.