Crerar’s Lieutenants with Geoffrey Hayes

Commanding an infantry platoon in 1944 was arguably the most dangerous job in the world. General Harry Crerar, Canada‚Äôs top army commander during the war, kept tabs on his officer fatalities to ensure they were taking their share of the casualties. As it turns out, his officers took more than their share. Even though the … Continue reading Crerar’s Lieutenants with Geoffrey Hayes