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Conduct Unbecoming

The Story of the Murder of Canadian Prisoners of War in Normandy. 11 illustrations, 1 map. Sprache: Englisch.
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More than 150 Canadian soldiers were brutally murdered in 1944 after capture by the 12th SS Division 'Hitler Youth.' Despite months of investigation by Allied courts, however, only two senior officers of the 12th SS were ever tried for war crimes.weiterlesen
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Titel: Conduct Unbecoming
Autor/en: Howard Margolian

ISBN: 0802042139
EAN: 9780802042132
The Story of the Murder of Canadian Prisoners of War in Normandy.
11 illustrations, 1 map.
Sprache: Englisch.
University of Toronto Press

1. Februar 1998 - gebunden - 336 Seiten

Beschreibung

More than 150 Canadian soldiers were brutally murdered in 1944 after capture by the 12th SS Division 'Hitler Youth.' Despite months of investigation by Allied courts, however, only two senior officers of the 12th SS were ever tried for war crimes.

Portrait

Howard Margolian specializes in the history of the Second World War. From 1990 to 1997, he worked as an investigator for the Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes Section of the Department of Justice of Canada.

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"The plethora of war books and biographies published in the 1990s about Canadians in uniform during the century's two world wars has not produced a more moving and chilling story of cruelty than that told in Conduct Unbecoming. Even this book's all-encompassing 75 pages of notes adds to its authenticity. At the same time, the book's easy style, marked both by the author's emotional engagement and his expertise ... unravels a slow and stark story that details one of the most brutal and heart-rending experiences of our army during the Second World War.' -- John D. Harbron The Globe and Mail "Conduct Unbecoming should make every Canadian seethe with rage. Margolian pulls together ... all the pathos, treachery, outrage, villainy and terror that resulted in the needless and illegal deaths of those 156 men. [It is one of the best researched books I have read.' -- Gary Hebbard The Sunday Telegram 'This was a story that needed to be told, and we should be glad that Howard Margolian has told it with such intelligence and feeling.' -- Alex Good Kitchener-Waterloo Record "[This book is clear, documented, and though very sad is neither mawkish nor vengeful.' -- Douglas Fisher The Ottawa Sun

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