A History of the Canadian Knights of Columbus; Catholic Army Huts

By: Daniel, Rev. I.J.E./ Casey, Rev. D.A.

Price: $40.00 USD

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Book Condition: Good Plus


Black cloth on boards. Front hinge cracked. No writing. This volume deals with Canadian Catholic Army Huts in WW I. Special reference is made to the first efforts at Bramshott Camp in England, where Sisters of the Cenacle Convent at Grayshott assisted the soldiers. Other Huts eventually opened across Canada as well as England. Various women's groups assisted in caring for the men. 214 pp. plus foldout chart of hospital donations. Note: We have listed War Services of Canadian Knights of Columbus 1939-1947, which covers similar work in WW II separately.

Title: A History of the Canadian Knights of Columbus; Catholic Army Huts

Author Name: Daniel, Rev. I.J.E./ Casey, Rev. D.A.

Illustrator: Photos and Foldout Chart

Categories: Military, Religion,

Publisher: Knights of Columbus: 1922

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good Plus

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 011758

Keywords: NOISBN Canadian. WW I.