The Autumn 2009 (vol.18, no.4) issue of Canadian Military History is now out and contains, as always, a huge selection of interesting reading for students of Canadian military history, including:
Nic Clarke, "Passchendaele highlights uncounted casualties";
Tim Cook, "The Top 10 Most Important Books of Canadian Military History";
Maxime Dagenais, "'Une Permission ! C'est bon pour une recrue' : Discipline and Illegal Absences in the 22nd (French-Canadian) Battalion, 1915-1919";
Andrew B. Godefroy, "The Royal Military College of Canada and the Education of Officers for the Great War";
Andrew Iarocci, "'A Unique Art': Canadian Anti-Gas Respirator Production in the Second World War";
Robert Spencer, "Military Training in an Academic Environment: The University of Toronto Canadian Officers Training Corps, 1914-1968"; and
my column on Canadian Military History Electronic Resources titled "Canada's Soldiers of the South African and First World Wars at Library and Archives Canada".