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2 edition of Mobilize Alberta for Canada"s war effort. found in the catalog.

Mobilize Alberta for Canada"s war effort.

James A. MacPherson

Mobilize Alberta for Canada"s war effort.

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Published by Edmonton Council for Democratic Rights in [Edmonton .
Written in English

  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Alberta

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    Ex libris A.E. Smith.

    StatementStatement issued on the plebiscite by James A. MacPherson, Edmonton, Communist candidate in the 1940 provincial elections and Wm. Halina, Myrnam, Alberta. This statement is issued in answer to a number of requests from Albertans who supported Communist Party candidates in previous provincial and federal elections.
    ContributionsHalina, William, Smith, A. E. 1871-1947 (association), Edmonton Council for Democratic Rights
    The Physical Object
    Paginationfolder ([4] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21858505M

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