The Life and Death of Norman McLeod Rogers
Rhodes Scholar Norman McLeod Rogers (1894-1940) was Canada’s Minister of National Defence, and heir apparent to Prime Minister W. L. Mackenzie King, when he was killed in the mysterious crash of the Royal Canadian Air Force bomber in which he was travelling en route from Ottawa to Toronto to deliver a speech. This book presents the story of his brief, but brilliant, career and his tragic death.
Barry Cahill, MLitt, is an independent scholar in Halifax, Nova Scotia. His most recent book is a political biography of J. L. Ilsley. He is currently working on a biography of William Stevens Fielding.
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