28 September 2008

Index of the Historical Papers of the Canadian Historical Association, part 1

The index of the Historical Papers of the Canadian Historical Association (the second iteration of the CHA annual journals) has been published for its issues from volume 1 (1966) through volume 24 (1989), some of which contain articles of interest to readers of Canadian military history, including:

Volume 2, Issue 1, 1967:

J.L. Granatstein, "The Conservative Party and Conscription in the Second World War", pp.130-148;

Volume 4, Issue 1, 1969:

Robert Cuff, "Organizing for War: Canada and the United States during World War I", pp.141-156;

Volume 6, Issue 1, 1971:

F.J. Thorpe, "Fish, Forts and Finance: The Politics of French Construction at Placentia, 1699-1710", pp.52-64;

David Gagan, "The Historical Identity of the Denison Family of Toronto, 1792-1860", pp.124-137;

René Durocher, "Henri Bourassa, les évêques et la guerre de 1914-1918", pp.248-275;

Volume 7, Issue 1, 1972:

John H. Thompson, "'The Beginning of our Regeneration': The Great War and Western Canadian Reform Movements", pp.231-245;

Volume 11, Issue 1, 1976:

Ruth Pierson, "Women's Emancipation and the Recruitment of Women into the Canadian Labour Force in World War II", pp.141-173;

John H. Thompson, "'Permanently Wasteful but Immediately Profitable': Prairie Agriculture and the Great War", pp.193-206;

Volume 13, Issue 1, 1978:

Ruth Roach Pierson, "'Jill Canuck': CWAC of All Trades, but No 'Pistol Packing Momma'", pp.106-133;

Paul M. Couture, "The Vichy-Free French Propaganda War in Quebec, 1940 to 1942", pp.200-216; and

William R. Young, "Academics and Social Scientists versus the Press: The Policies of the Bureau of Public Information and the Wartime Information Board, 1939 to 1945", pp.217-240.

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