18 July 2008

New books (June 2008) at Library and Archives Canada

Library and Archives Canada (www.collectionscanada.ca) has released its new books list for June 2008. The list includes the following items of interest (including some not yet released for sale and some which seem to have been out for sale for a while now) with respect to Canadian military history:

Thomas J. Bennett, Canadian Airborne Wings and Parachute Badges (Calgary: Bunker to Bunker Books, 2008);

Richard H. Gimblett and Richard O. Mayne (Eds.), People, Policy and Programmes: Proceedings of the 7th Maritime Command (MARCOM) Historical Conference (2005) (Winnipeg: Canadian Naval Heritage Press, 2008);

Ian Hope, Dancing with the Dushman: Command Imperatives for the Counter-Insurgency Fight in Afghanistan (Winnipeg: Canadian Defence Academy, 2008);

Colonel Bernd Horn, Le responsible, c'est moi : le commandants militaires supérieurs durant les opérations (Winnipeg : Presse de l'Académie canadienne de la défense, 2008);

Lewis MacKenzie, Soldiers made me look good: A Life in the Shadow of War (Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 2008);

Marial M. Mosher, Remembering: One Woman's World War II Story (Halifax: Glen Haven Press, 2008);

James W. Paxton, Joseph Brant and his World: Eighteenth-Century Statesman and Warrior (Toronto: J. Lorimer & Co., 2008);

Amy J. Shaw, Crisis of Conscience: Conscientious Objection in Canada during the First World War (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2008);

Emily Spencer (Ed.), Grassroots: Perspectives of Senior Non-Commissioned Officers on Operations (Winnipeg: Canadian Defence Academy Press, 2008); and

Lee Windsor, Kandahar Tour: The Turning Point in Canada's Afghan Mission (Mississauga: J. Wiley & Sons, 2008).

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