Masters of War, The Development of the Canadian Expeditionary Force
Presented by: Norm Christie
When: September 27, 2016 @ 7 pm.
Where: Canadian Heritage Military Museum
Address: 347 Greenwich St, Brantford, ON
Please note: Seating is limited and is on a first come, first seated basis.
To commemorate this event, the museum will be open at 5 pm and free tours will be provided prior to the talk.
This is a free event and admission is by donation only
For More information please phone or text Bob Ion @ (519) 732-9494
Norm Christie is the acclaimed television host of several History Channel Documentary series including: King & Empire, King & Country, Lost Battlefields, Striking Back, Secret Liberators, In Korea and Battlefield Mysteries. He has travelled the world following in the footsteps of Canada's soldiers, from Sicily to France, to Spain, Hong Kong, Japan and Korea. In addition Norm has written 21 books on the Canadians in the First and Second World Wars, including the 10 volume For King & Empire Series on which the TV Series was based.
A metallurgical engineer by trade, Norm Christie was Chief Records Officer of the CWGC in the UK, and their Administration Officer in Arras, France for 5 years. He has been taking Tours to the old battlefields for more than 20 years. Norm is recognized as Canada's No. l expert on the battlefields and cemeteries of the two World Wars.
Norm's most recent work includes the three volume series; Sacred Places (Canadian Cemeteries of the Great War), For Our Old Comrades (The Story of the Vimy Pilgrimage), and the 6 hour TV series, The Great War Tour with Norm Christie (TVO & Knowledge Network). His current projects include a 1 hour show, The Wounded, and the search for the missing Vimy cemetery, CA40, containing the remains of 44 Canadian soldiers, including William Milne, VC.