Tommy PrinceBook - 2015
Tommy Prince (1915-1977) grew up on the Brokenhead Reserve, part of the Ojibway Nation. He joined the Canadian Army and quickly became a part of the Devil's Brigade, a special unit, because of his stealth, marksmanship, paratrooping skills, and courage. He won a total of 11 medals during World War II and the Korean War. Although a forgotten hero in post-war years, Tommy Prince died a respected and honoured man by all Canadians as people came to know the story of this remarkable war hero and man. This biography is written in clear language and illustrated with black and white photographs It is accompanied by a brief glossary and discussion questions.
Publisher: Edmonton, Alberta : Grass Roots Press, ©2015.
Characteristics: 48 pages :,illustrations, portraits ;,22 cm +,1 compact disc (digital ; 12 cm)