26 September 2008

New Books at Library and Archives Canada (September 2008)

Library and Archives Canada (www.collectionscanada.ca) has released its new books list for September 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:
Ian D. Barnes, The History of the 26th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, 1908-2008: One Hundred Years of Dedicated Service (Brandon, MB: 26th Field Regiment RCA/XII Manitoba Dragoons Museum, 2008);
John W. Chalmers, Navigator Brothers: The Story of Two Brothers in the RCAF (Edmonton: JJN Chalmers, 2008);
John C. Chasty, John E. Marshall: Reflections from the War Years, 1941-1946 (Mississauga, ON: JC Chasty, 2008);
August Joh Geeraert, Canadian (Kelowna, BC: Rosetta Projects, 2008);
Douglas M. McLean (ed.), Fighting at Sea: Naval Battles from the Ages of Sail and Steam (Montreal: Robin Brass Studio, 2008);
Arlo Maitland Moen, A Sailor's Stories (Lockeport, NS: Community Books, 2008);
Stephen James Nickerson, Traded for Twenty-Two Spitfires (Liverpool, NS: SJ Nickerson, 2008);
Bonnie G. Rourke, The Sea Cadet Years on Georgian Bay (Midland, ON: Huronia Museum, 2008);
Edward H. Wigney, Guests of the Kaiser: Prisoners of War of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1915-1918 (Ottawa: CEF Books, 2008); and
Mark Zuehlke, Operation Husky: The Canadian Invasion of Sicily, July 10 - August 7, 1943 (Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 2008).

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