Proudly She Marched: Training Canada's World War II Women in Waterloo County. Volume 1: Canadian Women's Army Corps
Tells the story of the first women to serve during wartime in the Canadian military. Their tale is significant to the history of the Waterloo-Kitchener area because this was the home of their training base. Contents: Foreword: The Hon. Flora MacDonald; Introduction; Acknowledgments; Donors; Starting Up; The Camp Expands; On the Job; Girls' Town; Polish Recruits in Canada (by Margaret Skowronska-Binek); Last Year at #3; After the War; Endnotes; Glossary; Interviews; Bibliography; Index; About the Canadian Federation of University Women.
- Publisher: Canadian Federation of University Women
- Edition: n/a
- Date Published: 2006
- Place Published: Waterloo, Ontario
- ISBN: 978142705
- Condition: As new
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
200p. 29 cm. Pictorial hardcover binding. Halftone pictorial end papers. Includes DVD: Proudly She Marched: Training Canada's W.W.II Women in Waterloo Country. Includes numerous black and white photographs throughout. Minor wear to extremes of spine. No other discernible wear. Pages clean. Text unmarked. Title page signed in pen by Margaret Walker. Near new condition.