Mennonite Historical Society of Alberta
Mennonites in Canada, 1938-1970: A People Transformed
by MHSA Member, Ted D. Regehr
"When war broke out in 1939 Canadian Mennonites were overwhelmingly a rural people. By 1970 they had largely completed one of the greatest "migrations" in their history - the transformation from a rural to an urban community. In this third and final volume of Mennonite history in Canada, Regehr shows how the Second World War challenged the pacifist views of Mennonites and created a population more aware of events, problems, and opportunities for Christian service and personal advancement in the world beyond their traditional rural communities."
So reads the flyleaf introduction to this book. The chapters are divided into five parts:
The Mennonite Historical Society of Alberta is pleased to have the opportunity to raise funds for the Society through the sale of this book.