A Soldier's Guide to the North


122 pages. Prepared to help Canadian soldiers live and fight in the Arctic. "...the Finnish and the Russian armies have shown us that Arctic warfare is possible: ... and the Nazis showed us just what can happen to an army that tries to fight in the cold *without* knowing how." Covers 18 topics including: Arctic Clothing; Load Carrying Equipment; Small Arms and Ammunition; Pitching and Striking Tentage; Camp and Tent Group Routine; Survival; Communications; and many more. Contains many diagrams and humourous illustrations. Unmarked but for attractive rubber stamp to front cover reading "100th Anniversary, The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada 1860-1960. Average wear. Several page corners were folded. Moderate yellowing and soiling. Bit of foxing on back cover near fold.

Title: A Soldier's Guide to the North

Author Name: Directorate of Military Training Under the Direction of the Chief of the General Staff, AHQ

Categories: Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Ottawa, Canada, Publisher: 1958

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 24308716

Keywords: Directorate of Military Training Under the Direction of the Chief of the General Staff, AHQ A Soldier's Guide to the North Survival Military 122 pages. Prepared to help Canadian soldiers prepare to live and fight in the Arctic. Covers 18 topics including: Arctic Clothing; Load Carrying Equipment; Small Arms and Ammunition; Pitching and Striking Tentage; Camp and Tent Group Routine; Survival; Communications; and many more. Contains many diagrams and humourous illustrations. Unmarked but for attractive rubber stamp to front cover reading "100th Anniversary, The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada 1860-1960. Average wear. Several page corners were folded. Moderate yellowing and soiling. Bit of foxing on back cover near fold. 122 pages. Prepared to help Canadian soldiers live and fight in the Arctic. "...the Finnish and the Russian armies have shown us that Arctic warfare is possible: ... and the Nazis showed us just what can happen to an army that tries to fight in the cold *without* knowing how." Covers 18 topics including: Arctic Clothing; Load Carrying Equipment; Small Arms and Ammunition; Pitching and Striking Tentage; Camp and Tent Group Routine; Survival; Communications; and many more. Contains many diagrams and humourous illustrations. Unmarked but for attractive rubber stamp to front cover reading "100th Anniversary, The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada 1860-1960. Average wear. Several page corners were folded. Moderate yellowing and soiling. Bit of foxing on back cover near fold.,