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Marcel Trudel

Marcel Trudel was an eminent Canadian historian and a respected authority on the history of New France. A fervent advocate of the secular society, he was blacklisted by the Catholic Church from teaching at Laval University in the early 1960s, then taught for several decades at the University of Ottawa. He was an award-winning author of more than 40 books, many of them translated into other languages. Trudel died in 2011.
George Tombs is a Montreal-based author, film-maker, award-winning journalist and translator.

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Memoirs of a Less Traveled Road

Memoirs of a Less Traveled Road

A Historian’s Life
edition:Paperback
tagged : historical
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Canada's Forgotten Slaves

Canada's Forgotten Slaves

Two Centuries of Bondage
text by Marcel Trudel
translated by George Tombs
edition:Paperback
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Soldiers for Sale

Soldiers for Sale

German "Mercenaries" with the British in Canada during the American Revolution (1776-83)
edition:Paperback
also available: eBook
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