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Catalog Number 2013.44.8
Object Name Book, Manual
Title Canadian Army Training Pamphlet
Year Range from 1940
Year Range to 1940
Description Canadian Army Training Pamphlet No. 1. Brown, stapled paper manual for the Canadian Army. Written on the first page in blue pen it states that the manual belonged to Arthur Bard, 138 Bridge St. Guelph, in 1942. The manual consists of 227 pages. The contents of the manual consists of:
Part 1 - Infantry Drill, Marching and Physical Training
Chapter 1 - Infantry Drill
Chapter 2 - Individual Movements of Elementary Drill
Chapter 3 - Individual Movements of Elementary Drill with Arms
Chapter 4 - How and When to Salute
Chapter 5 - Marches and March Discipline
Chapter 6 - Physical Training
Part 2 - Weapon Training
Chapter 7 - The Rifle
Chapter 8 - The Theory of Small Arms Fire
Chapter 9 - Annual Range Course (Rifle)
Chapter 10 - Anti-Aircraft
Chapter 11 - The Bayonet
Part 3 - Application of Fire
Chapter 12 - Visual Training
Chapter 13 - Fire
Part 4 - Protection Against Gas
Chapter 14 - Protection Against Gas in the Field
Chapter 15 -
Appendix A - List of War Gases
Appendix B - Instructions for Putting on the Cape, Anti-gas, in the "Rolled" Position
Appendix C - Test of Elementary Training, Gas (General, Oral, Inspection and Standard)
Chapter 15 - Respirators
Chapter 16 - Respirator Drill
Chapter 17 - Infantry Organization
Chapter 18 - Tactical Training
Chapter 19 - Infantry and Supporting Weapons
Chapter 20 - Elementary Tactics
Part 5 - Field Engineering
Chapter 21 - Protective Works for Section
Chapter 22 - Concealment and Camouflage, Wiring and Road Blocks
Part 6 - Military Law Interior Economy and The Canadian Army
Chapter 23 - Military Law and Discipline
Chapter 24 - Interior Economy
Chapter 25 - The Canadian Army
People Bard, Arthur
Subjects MILITARY - ARMY
Dimensions 19cm L x 13cm W (closed)
19cm L x 26cm W (open)