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DEADLY DECEMBER: The Battle of Hong Kong, the Royal Rifles of Canada, the Winnipeg Grenadiers
Ronald C. Parker
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 Author  Ronald C. Parker
 Publisher  Camroc Press (2008)
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The story of the Battle of Hong Kong from a Canadian perspective. Written in the words of the Riflemen of The Royal Rifles of Canada and the Grenadiers of The Winnipeg Grenadiers who fought. They fought one of the Second World War's most savage battles. For 18 days in December 1941 they fought, died, were wounded, and finally captured on December 25th to spend 44 months in a Japanese POW camp. This is their story.

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