By Richard Holt,Tim Cook,J. L. Granatstein
The first ebook to discover the problem of manpower within the Canadian Expeditionary strength, Filling the Ranks examines the executive and organizational alterations that fostered potency and sustained the military. Richard Holt describes nationwide civilian and armed forces recruitment rules and standards either in and out of Canada; efforts to recruit girls, convicts, and individuals of First countries, African Canadian, Asian, and Slavic groups; the behavior of entry-level education; and the improvement of a coherent reinforcement constitution. Canada’s skill to fill the ranks with knowledgeable infantrymen finally helped make the Corps an elite formation in the British Expeditionary strength.
Based on large learn in British and Canadian documents, Filling the Ranks presents a wealth of recent info on Canada"s position within the nice War.
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Filling the Ranks: Manpower in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1914-1918 (Carleton Library Series) by Richard Holt,Tim Cook,J. L. Granatstein