14 December 2008

MA theses and PhD dissertations - part 29

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):
Dean Andrew Chappelle, "The most brilliant of successes: The Planning and Implementation of the Battle of Amiens, 8-11 August, 1918", MA thesis, University of New Brunswick, 1992;
Robert Douglas Day, "The British Army and Sport in Canada: Case Studies of the Garrisons at Halifax, Montreal and Kingston to 1871", PhD dissertation, University of Alberta, 1981;
Douglas Edward Delaney, "The Soldiers' General: Bert Hoffmeister as Military Commander", PhD dissertation, The Royal Military College of Canada, 2003;
Monique Delaney, "Le Canada est un pais de Bois: Forest Resources and Shipbuilding in New France, 1660-1760", PhD dissertation, McGill University, 2004;
Patrick J. Delaney, "The Canadian Decision to Enter NATO: A Case-Study in Bureaucratic Politics", MA thesis, Dalhousie University, 1984;
Robert Scott Demill, "The 1928 Cobourg Libel Trial of Sir Arthur Currie and the Port Hope Evening Guide: The Rehabilitation of the Reputation of a Corps Commander", MA thesis, University of Ottawa, 1989;
Dean Frederick Oliver, "When the Battle's Won: Military Demobilization in Canada, 1939-1946", PhD dissertation, York University, 1996;
Deidré Rowe-Brown, "Public Attitudes towards Canadian Women during and immediately after World War Two", MA thesis, University of Toronto, 1992;
Dean C. Ruffilli, "Operational Research and the Royal Canadian Air Force Eastern Air Command's Search for Efficiency in Airborne Anti-Submarine Warfare, 1942-1945", MA thesis, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2001 [direct PDF link]; and
Amy Dawn George Wheaton, "Canadian-Irish Relations during the Second World War: The Ascension of Canadian Middle Power Diplomacy", MA thesis, University of New Brunswick, 2005.

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