18 August 2007

New Books at Library and Archives Canada

Library and Archives Canada (www.collectionscanada.ca) has released its new books lists for June and July 2007. The lists include the following items of interest (including some that have not yet been released for sale) with respect to Canadian military history:

Carl Benn, Fort York: A Short History and Guide (Toronto, 2007);

Serge Bernier, et.al., Québec, ville militaire, 1608-2008 (Montréal, 2007);

Mike Bitten, Delta-T: A History of Training Development in the Canadian Forces (Kingston, 2007);

Christie Blatchford, Fifteen Days: Stories of Bravery, Friendship, Life and Death from inside the new Canadian Army (Toronto, 2007);

N.M. Christie, Other Canadian Battlefields of the Great War, 1916-17: Festubert, Givenchy, St. Eloi and Hill 70 (Ottawa, 2007);

Liane Faulder, The Long Walk Home: Paul Franklin's Journey Home from Afghanistan (Edmonton, 2007);

Curtis Forsey, Grand Bank Soldier: The War Letters of Lance Corporal Curtis Forsey (St. John's, 2007);

Nathan M. Greenfield, Baptism of Fire: The Second Battle of Ypres and the Forging of Canada, April 1915 (Toronto, 2007);

Bernd Horn (Ed.), The Buck Stops Here: Senior Military Commanders on Operations (Kingston, 2007);

Bernd Horn and Craig Leslie Mantle (Eds.), Neither Art, Nor Science: Selected Canadian Military Leadership Profiles (Winnipeg, 2007);

A.J.B. Johnston, Endgame 1758: The Promise, the Glory, and the Despair of Louisbourg's Last Decade (Sydney, NS, 2008);

Larry Milberry, Canada's Air Forces on Exchange (Toronto, 2007);

Martin Petit, Quand les cons sont braves : mon parcours dans l'Armée canadienne (Montréal, 2007); and

Cynthia Toman, An Officer and a Lady: Canadian Military Nursing and the Second World War (Vancouver, 2007).

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