[WW I] The Gold Stripe No. 2 : A Tribute to the British Columbia Men Who Have Been Killed, Crippled and Wounded in the Great War. J. A. Paton, Mary Riter Hamilton, John McCrae, Managing, quotes.

[WW I] The Gold Stripe No. 2 : A Tribute to the British Columbia Men Who Have Been Killed, Crippled and Wounded in the Great War

Vancouver, BC: Amputation Club of B.C., 1919. Paperback. Staple-bound printed wraps, paste-down halftone photo reproduction of the statue "Their Name Liveth For Evermore" by C. Marega at center of upper cover, 4to, (11-1/8 inches tall), pp. [16], [1]-160, I-XXVIII (ads), illustrated throughout with plates, line drawings and photo reproductions, index. Volume w. some wear and scratches to covers, toning and light soil else unmarked. Very Good. Item #3667

An uncommon title in the trade, filled with stories, works of art, wartime recollections, town and city Rolls of Honor, Victoria Cross heroes and short regimental histories. Page 154 has "Japan's Share in the War" and features Private T. Sato who "... was credited as having been recommended for the Victoria Cross." along with a photo of "The Japanese Contingent Roll of Honor" on p. 155. A nice copy.

Price: $150.00 CAD  other currencies