Canadian Vehicles in Korea, Don Dingwall. 210 pages, over 300 illustrations, 8 1/2 x 11 inches, hard cover.

For the first time a book dedicated to the soft-skin and armoured vehicles used by the Canadian Army in this seldom studied conflict. Supported by a comprehensive text that provides an overview of the acquisition, use and disposal of Canadian, US and British vehicles used in training at Fort Lewis and in combat (and combat support) in Korea. Based on official photos, supplemented by photographs from private collections, the vehicles are arranged in a logical and chronological sequence.

As an added bonus, the author has provided War Establishment graphics for every unit, Arm of Service numbers, graphics for each unit showing vehicle names and more.

This book will become the definitive work on the topic and will be of interest to vehicle historians hobbyists.