In the chaos of the Second World War, Canada faced cruel choices, both on the battlefield and in the world of politics. Of all these life-and-death choices, ten stand above the others in their importance, their agonizing stakes, and the impact they have on the country to this day.
Larry D. Rose is the author of Mobilize!: Why Canada Was Unprepared for the Second World War. His articles have appeared in the Globe and Mail, the National Post, and other publications. He lives in Toronto.
Well chosen, well argued, and well-written, Ten Decisions takes a fresh look at the key Canadian events of the Second World War. The crucial military and political struggles are laid out clearly and concisely, and both novices and experts will find much to consider.