02 July 2008

MA theses and PhD dissertations - part 14

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):

Brian T. Begbie, "Naval Gunfire Support for the Dieppe Raid", MA thesis, University of Ottawa, 1999 [direct PDF link];

Jason Raymond Hill Braida, "Unexpected Beginnings: Guelph, Ontario and the Transition towards Total War, 1939-1941", MA thesis, Queen's University, 1996;

Laura Elizabeth Brandon, "The Canadian War Museum's Art Collections as a Site of Meaning, Memory, and Identity in the Twentieth Century", PhD thesis, Carleton University, 2002;

Charles Gordon Brewer, "The Diocese of Antigonish and World War I", MA thesis, University of New Brunswick, 1975;

Brian Campbell, "An Analysis of the Mobile Force Concept within Post-War Foreign and Defence Policy in Canada", MPhil, University of Toronto, 1970;

Bradley J. Davison, "Forechecking in Captivity: Sport in the Lives of Canadian Prisoners of War at Three German Camps during the Second World War", MHK thesis, University of Windsor, 2006;

Brent Alan Hobson, "New Solutions for Old Problems?: Canadian Naval Support of Sovereignty, 1971-2000", MA thesis, Dalhousie University, 1999 [direct PDF link];

Brenda McDermott, "Screening the War: The Exhibition and Reception of Newsreels and Topical Films in Toronto during the First World War", MA thesis, York University, 2007;

Brian G. Rawding, "To close with and destroy: The Experience of CANLOAN Officers in the North West European Campaign, 1944-1945", MA thesis, Wilfrid Laurier University, 1998 [direct PDF link]; and

Brent Byron Watson, "Far Eastern Tour: The Experiences of the Canadian Infantry in Korea, 1950-1953", PhD thesis, University of Victoria, 1999 [direct PDF link].

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