11 July 2008

MA theses and PhD dissertations - part 15

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):

Melanie J. Bright, "Will Parliament Decide?: Peacekeeping Operations in the 1990s", MA thesis, The Royal Military College of Canada, 1997 [direct PDF link];

Steven John Bright, "Planning to Plan: Cyril James, the Ottawa Mandarins and the Committee on Reconstruction, 1941-1943", MA thesis, The Royal Military College of Canada, 2005;

Gregory Paul Brown, "Canadian Peacekeeping during the Trudeau Years: A Continuation of the Helpful Fixer Tradition", MA thesis, McMaster University, 1981;

Shaun R.G. Brown, "Re-Establishment and Rehabilitation: Canadian Veteran Policy, 1933-1946", PhD dissertation, University of Western Ontario, 1996 [direct PDF link];

Brian Masschaele, "Memos and Minutes: Arnold Heeney, the Cabinet War Committee and the Establishment of the Canadian Cabinet Secretariat during the Second World War", MA thesis, University of Manitoba, 1995;

Patricia Ruth O'Brien, "The Newfoundland Patriotic Association: The Administration of the War Effort, 1914-1918", MA thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1982;

Brian Andrew Rafuse, "A small place, wretchedly fortified: Annapolis Royal in the Early British Period, 1710-1749", MA thesis, Queen's University, 1983;

Donald Brian Smith, "From Swords to Ploughshares: The Context for Highland Soldier Settlement in Nova Scotia, 1710-1775", MA thesis, Saint Mary's University, 2003;

Brian Unger, "A Struggle with Conscience: Canadian Mennonites and Alternative Service during World War II", MA thesis, University of Toronto, 1990; and

Brian K. Wentzell, "The Rise and Fall in Civil-Military Relations in Canada, 1946-1960", MA thesis, The Royal Military College of Canada, 2006.

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