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I’m seeking reviews for A Tale of Two Nations: Canada, U.S. and WW1 on Amazon and Goodreads.

Genre:  history, World War 1, nonfiction

Synopsis:  In our 24/7 news cycle, it is difficult to imagine a time when news reports were often days old, when stories weren’t necessarily confirmed and when colorful language permeated articles.  During World War 1, that’s exactly how newspapers in Canada and the United States reported events locally and aboard.

A Tale of Two Nations focuses on the start of the war and key events from 1915-1918.  It examines events not through the lens of hindsight and analysis but as they occurred.

In A Tale of Two Nations, you’ll read about:

  • 1914: War begins in Europe
  • 1915: The Second Battle of Ypres and sinking of the Lusitania
  • 1916: The Battle of the Somme and the U.S. presidential election
  • 1917: The Battle of Vimy Ridge and the United States enters the war
  • 1918: The war ends and the Spanish Flu Pandemic

Purchase Price: The eBook is free to Kindle Unlimited members and on KDP Select free days (free day schedule:

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Available now as a complete edition or as five parts (1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918).

Thank you for your time and for your review.  I appreciate it.

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