Lewis MacKenzie

Major-General Lewis MacKenzie (Ret’d) was born in Truro, Nova Scotia, and has served in trouble spots around the world. In 1992, he commanded the UN Protection Force that opened Sarajevo airport to allow the arrival of humanitarian aid. He published the best-selling Peacekeeper: The Road to Sarajevo after retiring from the Canadian Armed Forces in 1993; “A Soldier’s Peace,” a television documentary based on the book, won a New York Film Festival Award in 1996. His many honours include the Order of Canada and the United Nations Medal of Honour. MacKenzie is now a public affairs commentator on television and in the Globe and Mail and a sought-after lecturer on leadership and conflict resolution.

Soldiers Made Me Look Good : A Life in the Shadow of War
Soldiers Made Me Look Good : A Life in the Shadow of War

Soldiers Made Me Look Good: A Life in the Shadow of War

By Lewis MacKenzie

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