11 May 2008

MA theses and PhD dissertations - part 9

More results from the Library and Archives Canada theses portal - MAs and PhDs with specific reference to Canadian military history (some have direct links to their PDFed versions):

Michael Robert Adams, "Procurement maketh policy: A Case Study of the CP-140 Aurora and the Leopard I", MA thesis, McMaster University, 1980;

Robert Charles Aitken, "'Undo the myth maker': A Comparison of Ritual Torture and Religious Transaction in Popular Religious Rioting during the French Wars of Religion, and the Huron Prisoner of War Execution Ceremony in North America during the End of the Sixteenth Century", MA thesis, Concordia University, 2006;

Robert Alain, "Sir Thomas White and Canada's Participation in the Great War", MA thesis, Queen's University, 1975;

Geneviève Allard, "Les infirmières militaires canadiennes pendant la Première Guerre mondiale", MA thèse, Université Laval, 1997;

Peter Michael Archambault, "The Informal Alliance: Anglo-Canadian Defence Relations, 1945-1960", PhD dissertation, University of Calgary, 1997 [direct PDF link];

Martin F. Auger, "The Air Arsenal of the British Commonwealth: Aircraft Design and Development in Canada during the Second World War, 1939-45", PhD thesis, University of Ottawa, 2006;

Randy B.J. Banks, "The Red River Rebellion: A Peculiar People in Exceptional Circumstances", MA thesis, Carleton University, 1980;

Shane G. Barratt, "The Canadian Government and Peacekeeping: An Analysis of the House of Commons Debates concerning Involvement in United Nations Peacekeeping Operations", MA thesis, University of Manitoba, 1996 [direct PDF link];

William David Bartlett, "The Early History of Fort Alexander", MA thesis, University of Waterloo, 1986;

Lewis Denver Baxter, "The Complexity of Unification", PhD dissertation, University of Waterloo, 1976;

Charles Alexander Cotton, "The Divided Army: Role Orientations among Canada's Peacetime Soldiers", PhD dissertation, Carleton University, 1980;

Barry M. Gough, "The Royal Navy on the Northwest Coast of North America, 1810-1910", PhD dissertation, University of London, 1969;

Annabel Fay Hanson, "The Pantheon on Nepean Point?: The Canadian War Memorials Collection in Historical Context", MA thesis, Queen's University, 2001;

Russell Allan Hart, "Learning Lessons: Military Adaptation and Innovation in the American, British, Canadian, and German Armies during the 1944 Normandy Campaign", PhD dissertation, Ohio State University, 1997;

Andrew Iarocci, "The Mad Fourth: The 4th Canadian Infantry Battalion at War, 1914-1916", MA thesis, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2001 [direct PDF link];

Katherine Anne Ling, "A Share of the Sacrifice: Newfoundland Servicewives in the Second World War", PhD dissertation, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2001 [direct PDF link];

Gloria Alice Morrison, "The Voices of Those who Served: The Early War Years and the Men of the 1st Battalion, Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa (MG)", MA thesis, University of Ottawa, 2001;

James Arthur Mowbray, "Militiaman: A Comparative Study of the Evolution of Organization in the Canadian and British Voluntary Citizen Military Force, 1896-1939", unknown, 1975;

Aaron Plamondon, "Casting Off the Imperial Yoke: The Transition of Canadian Defence Procurement within the North Atlantic Triangle, 1907-1953", MA thesis, Royal Military College of Canada, 2001; and

Harold Aage Skaarup, "An Intelligence Advantage: Collective Security Benefits gained by Canada through the Sharing of Military Intelligence with the United States of America", MA thesis, Royal Military College of Canada, 1997 (direct link to PDF).

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