27 August 2008

MA theses and PhD dissertations - part 20

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) (Note: I've stopped linking them directly to the LAC webpage as these don't seem to remain unchanged very long):

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;

John Charles Blaxland, "Strategic Cousins: Canada, Australia and their Use of Expeditionary Forces from the Boer War to the War on Terror", PhD dissertation, The Royal Military College of Canada, 2004;

Charles S. Bradley, "The Education of Non-Commissioned Officers, Soldiers and their Children in Britain's Canadian Garrisons, 1800-1890", MA thesis, Carleton University, 2002;

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

David Charles Gregory Campbell, "The Divisional Experience in the C.E.F.: A Social and Operational History of the 2nd Canadian Division, 1915-1918", PhD dissertation, University of Calgary, 2004;

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

Bernard Charles Leblanc, "A Reluctant Recruit: Angus L. Macdonald and Conscription, 1940-1945", MA thesis, Queen's University, 1987;

Toby Charles Douglas Lennox, "Pressure Groups and Canadian Security Policy: The Case of the SDI and NORAD Decisions", MA thesis, Dalhousie University, 1986;

Arthur Charles Odell, "The Origins, Development and Utilization of the 5th Canadian Armoured Division", MA thesis, University of Victoria, 1976; and

Charles Russel Spina, "War by other means: Quebec's Contribution to Canada's War", MA thesis, University of Ottawa, 1979.

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