17 June 2008

Latest issue of The Canadian Historical Review

The latest issue of The Canadian Historical Review (vol.89, no.1, March 2008) doesn't contain any articles on Canadian military history, but, as usual, Michael D. Stevenson's "Recent Publications Relating to Canada" does note several books and articles of interest (I've eliminated all articles from Canadian Military History as I've mentioned them previously):

Stephanie Bangarth, Voices Raised in Protest: Defending North American Citizens of Japanese Ancestry, 1942-1949 (Vancouver, 2007);

Howard G. Coombs (Ed.), The Insubordinate and the Noncompliant: Case Studies of Mutiny and Disobedience, 1920 to Present (Toronto, 2007);

Paul Douglas Dickson, A Thoroughly Canadian General: A Biography of General H.D.G. Crerar (Toronto, 2007);

Susanne K. Edwards, Gus: From Trapper Boy to Air Marshall (Burnstown, ON, 2007);

Lance Goddard, Hell and High Water: Canada and the Italian Campaign (Toronto, 2007);

Dianne Graves, In the Midst of Alarms: Women in the War of 1812 (Toronto, 2007);

Larry Gray, Canadians in the Battle of Atlantic (Edmonton, 2007);

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

Jean Martin, "Isle-Maligne et la Deuxième Guerre mondiale", Saguenayensia, t.49, no.2 (2007): 3-6;

Brian Douglas Tennyson, Percy Wilmott: Cape Bretoner at War (Sydney, NS, 2007);

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

Brent Wilson (Ed.), Hurricane Pilot: The Wartime Letters of W.O. Harry Gill, DFM, 1940-1943 (Fredericton, 2007); and

Mark Zuehlke, For Honour's Sake: The War of 1812 and the Brokering of an Uneasy Peace (Mississauga, ON, 2007).

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