The assault crossing at Leer, Germany on 28th April 1945 by the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division was the last major action by the division in the war and it was one of its most costly operations. Crossing in open topped Storm boats, the Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry's assault went terribly wrong, and it was only due to their courage and strong leadership that they weren't wiped out. This book covers the division's first steps into hostile Germany and continues their progress right up until the end of the war.
The book contains 8 original maps and dozens of never seen before photographs.
Published by Travelogue 219
136 b + w pages, 11”x8.5”x0.3”, soft cover
Available on Amazon.com
About the Author
John Sliz has written many books on the Royal Canadian Engineers, the Battle of Arnhem and other World War II subjects. His first book, Storm Boat Kings, was released in 2009. You can visit John's site Storm Boat Kings for more information.
John lives in Toronto with his wife and three cats.