Book Reference (for Juno Beach the Canadians on D-Day)

Official History of the Canadian Army in the Second World War Volume III, The Victory Campaign: The Operations in North-West Europe, Colonel C.P. Stacey. Queen's Printer, Ottawa. 1966.

Juno: Canadians at D-Day June 6, 1944, Ted Barris, National Library of Canada Cataloguing in Publication, 2004.

Maple Leaf Route: Caen, Terry Copp and Robert Vogel, Maple Leaf Route, 1994.

Six Armies in Normandy, John Keegan, British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data, 1982.

Bloody Victory: Canadians and the D-Day Campaign, J.L. Granatstein and Desmond Morton, Toronto: Lestor, 1994.

Battle Diary: From D-Day and Normandy to the Zuider Zee and VE, Charles Cromwell Martin, Dundurn Press Toronto & Oxford, 1994.

Ready for the Fray: The History of the Canadian Scottish Regiment, R.H. Roy, Evergreen Press, Vancouver, 1958.

Vanguard: The Fort Garry Horse in The Second World War, The Fort Garry Horse Museum and Archives, Hignell Printing Ltd, 1995.

The History of the 1st Battalion Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa (MG), Lieutenant Colonel Richard M. Ross, O.B.E., Runge Press Limited, Ottawa 1946.

An Historical Account of the 7th Canadian Reconnaissance Regiment , Capt. Walter G. Pavey, Copyright 1948 by 7th Canadian Reconnaissance Regiment, Montreal, 1995.

Airborne: The Heroic Story of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion in the Second World War,
Brian Nolan, Lester Publishing Limited, 1995.

The Royal Canadian Armoured Corps, John Marteinson & Micahael McNorgan, Royal Canadian Armoured Corps Assoc, 2000.

The History of the Corp of Royal Canadian Engineers, A.J. Kerry & W.A. McDill, Military Engineers Association of Canada, 1966.

Valour on Juno Beach, T. Robert Fowler, 1996. A complete record of every gallantry decoration awarded for action on 6 June 1944.

Documentaries / Videos (for Juno Beach the Canadians on D-Day)

D-Day: The Story of The Canadian Assault Troops (57 minutes, 30 seconds) ($12.00) This video tells of the achievements of Canadians, who got further inland on D-Day than any of the other forces in Normandy. War Amps Work War II Documentaries, Narrative from Documentary

For King and Country, Episode 5: Normandy. Military historian Norm Christie travels to Canadian battlefields, monuments and cemeteries throughout the world to guide viewers through the Second World War from the point of view of ordinary soldiers, who tell their stories in their own words. History Television

Turning Points of History, Episode: D-Day on Juno Beach. The Germans knew an attack was coming, the only questions were where and when? D-Day On Juno Beach examines the Canadian role in the Allied attack on the most heavily defended place on earth. With obstacles designed to tear the bottoms out of landing crafts, millions of landmines and hundreds of concrete bunkers equipped with machine guns and artillery, the beach was a 400-mile long killing zone. By nightfall, some Canadian units had advanced 10 kilometres into France, deeper than any other division. History Television