03 October 2008

MA theses and PhD dissertations - part 24

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):
Craig Braddon, "Soldiers and Politicians: The Struggle for Supremacy, Canadian Civil-Military Relations in an Age of Transformation and International Uncertainty, 1898-1913", MA thesis, Royal Military College of Canada, 2004;
Duff Willis Crerar, "The Padre in No Man's Land: Canadian Military Chaplains, 1866-1939", PhD dissertation, Queen's University, 1989;
Frederick William Crickard, "A Tale of Two Navies: United States Security and Canadian and Australian Naval Policy during the Cold War", MA thesis, Dalhousie University, 1994;
Ann Denholm Crosby, "The Determinants of Canadian Defence Policy-Making within NORAD: A Theoretical and Case Study Approach", PhD dissertation, McMaster University, 1993;
Terence Alan Crowley, "Government and Interests: French Colonial Administration at Louisbourg, 1713-1758", PhD dissertation, Duke University, 1975;
Douglas G. Cruikshank, "Dominion Wartime Labour Policy and the Politics of Unionism, 1939-1945: The Experience of the Canadian Congress of Labour's Eastern Canadian Shipyard Unions", MA thesis, Dalhousie University, 1984;
Wendy Elizabeth Cuthbertson, "Labour goes to war: The CIO, the People's War, and the Construction of a 'New Social Order', Toronto, 1939-1945 (Ontario)", PhD dissertation, University of Toronto, 2007;
Carole Cyr, "Traduction commentée du journal militaire d'Abijah Willard, 9 avril au 6 janvier 1756", MA thèse, Université d'Ottawa;
Maxime Dagenais, "'Une permission!...C'est bon pour une recrue' : Discipline and Illegal Absences in the 22nd (French-Canadian) Battalion, 1915-1919", MA thesis, University of Ottawa, 2006; and
Cynthia Toman, "Officers and Ladies: Canadian Nursing Sisters, Women's Work, and the Second World War", PhD dissertation, University of Ottawa, 2003.

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