04 December 2007

Latest issue of Canadian Military History

The Autumn 2007 issue (vol. 16, no. 4) of Canadian Military History is out and contains lots of material of interest to students of Canadian military history from the War of 1812 to present, including:

Wesley M. Alkenbrack's "First Deployment of the 14th Field Regiment, RCA: D-Day - Bernières-sur-Mer - 6 June 1944";

Tony Balasevicius and Greg Smith's "Fighting the Mujahideen: Lessons from the Soviet Counter-Insurgency Experience in Afghanistan";

Laura Brandon's "A War Artist's Legacy: Patrick G. Cowley-Brown (1918-2007);

John R. Grodzinski's "'Bloody Provost': Discipline during the War of 1812";

Bernd Horn and Bill Bentley's "The Road to Transformation: Ascending from the Decade of Darkness";

Andrew Iarocci's "Close Fire Support: Sexton Self-Propelled Guns of the 23rd Field Regiment, 1942-1945";

Marc Milner's "The Guns of Bretteville: 13th Field Regiment, RCA, and the Defence of Bretteville-l'Orgueilleuse, 7-10 June 1944";

and my own "The Commonwealth War Graves Commission's 'Debt of Honour Register'", the first in a series of short pieces on electronic resources with respect to Canadian military history.

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