WORLD WAR I: A MONUMENTAL HISTORY now in stores across Canada


Honourable veterans, WWI history Academics, teachers and everybody.


We are very proud of this book. A labour of love that was three years in the making and will  certainly  be a proud part of your book collection and something to be shared with your children and/or grand children.

It makes a very unique gift that will be appreciated by all.


You can also find WORLD WAR I: A MONUMENTAL HISTORY at these fine bookstores: 

Fincher’s in Goderich and Kincardine, Ontario.

Book Shelf Cafe, Guelph, Ontario.

Epic Books, Hamilton, Ontario.

Bryan Prince, Bookseller, Hamilton.

Barely Bent Books, Dundas, Ontario.

Book Express, Cambridge, Ontario.

Chapters, Cambridge, Ontario.

Hole In The Wall Books, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.

Wordsworth Books, Waterloo, Ontario.

A Second Look Books, Kitchener, Ontario

The Book Factory, Simcoe, Ontario

Perfect Books, Ottawa, Ontario.

Astrolabe Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

Millpond Records & Books, Cambridge, Ontario.

McNally Robinson bookstores in Winnipeg and Saskatoon

Bookmark Books in Charlottetown, P.E.I.

Munro Books, Victoria,B.C.

Grain of Salt in Cambridge, Ontario

Willow Books, Toronto, Ontario

Roxanne’s Reflections Book and Card Shop in Fergus, Ontario

La Bouquinerie Anglaise, Quebec City

Available at the Preston Legion ( Cambridge, Ontario)

Available at the Royal Canadian Regiment Museum, London, Ontario

 Available at the University of Toronto Bookstore.

 Coming soon to Norm Christie’s CEF Books Online.


About WW1monuments/Canada

Born in Toronto Canada, Richard is a graduate of Fine Arts from York University. He is currently completing a photo book that documents the most significant World War 1 monuments and memorial sites in Canada. The book is to be published in 2014.
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