Camp 20: The History of Brantford's Second World War Military Training Centre 1940-1946
- Sharpe, Roger, Author
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- The History of Brantford’s Second World War Military Training Centre 1940-1946. It must have been an exciting time at camps like Camp 20. Young men—some very inexperienced, just off the farm—were required to attend military camp with such a wide variety of other people. A whole new world of personalities, rules, and orders they must learn, with the expectation of soon being in armed conflict with an enemy they must defeat. This book looks at Camp 20 and the challenge of imparting this military knowledge and way of life to a generation of youth during the Second World War.
- Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC
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- Mustang, Oklahoma
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Latitude: 43.1334 Longitude: -80.26636
- Generously donated by Roger Sharpe.
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- Roger Sharpe
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- Roger Sharpe. Camp 20: The History of Brantford's Second World War Military Training Centre 1940-1946. Mustang, Oklahoma: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC, 2016.
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