3 edition of Farley Mowat speaks out on Canada"s role in Vietnam. found in the catalog.
Farley Mowat speaks out on Canada"s role in Vietnam.
in [Willowdale, Ont
Written in English
Author"s statement to the Conference on Canada"s role in Vietnam, held in Toronto, 1966.
|Other titles||Canada"s role in Vietnam|
|Contributions||Conference on Canada"s role in Vietnam, Toronto, 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13,  p. (incl. covers)|
|Number of Pages||13|
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Farley Mowat speaks out on Vietnam The great Farley Mowat passed away this week. We are very humbled to bring you his first article for Canadian Dimension magazine - a scathing critique of the war in Vietnam published in We are saddened to hear of Farley Mowat’s passing ( – May 6, ).
Leaflet: Farley Mowat Speaks Out on Canada's Role in Vietnam Published in this leaflet flowed out of a conference that was held in Toronto in opposition to the war in Vietnam and looking at Canada's role in it. The conference was organized by several anti-war groups.
FARLEY MOWAT SPEAKS OUT ON CANADA'S ROLE IN VIETNAM. Signed. Toronto: Toronto Co-Ordinating Committee To End The War In Vietnam, (). 1st Edition. Soft cover.
Signed by Author. First Edition. An early anti-Vietnam War pamphlet voicing Canadian author Farley Mowat's outspoken views on the War and the United States, Signed by him and further. Farley Mowat Speaks Out on Canada's Role in Vietnam.: Mowat, Farley.: Books - Skip to main content.
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By Farley Mowat. Abstract. Cover title Topics: Vietnam War, United States; Vietnamese Conflict, Public opinion--Canada. Publisher: Willowdale. Year: OAI identifier: oai::radical/ Author: Farley Mowat.
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