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Canadian Unit, Formation, and Command Histories

Units – regiments, corps, squadrons, and ships – form the foundation of the Canadian military. This new series from Wilfrid Laurier University Press critically explores the organizational, personal, societal, and cultural themes of those units by blending traditional operational history with innovative approaches in military scholarship.

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It Can't Last Forever

The 19th Battalion was an infantry unit that fought in many of the deadliest battles of the First World War. Hailing from Hamilton, Toronto, and other communities in southern Ontario and beyond, its members ...

Toronto’s Fighting 75th in the Great War 1915–1919

Foreword by His Royal Highness Charles, Prince of Wales Hospital ships filled the harbour of Le Havre as the 75th Mississauga Battalion arrived on 13 August 1916. Those soldiers who survived would spend ...

Loyal Gunners

Loyal Gunners uniquely encapsulates the experience of Canadian militia gunners and their units into a single compelling narrative that centres on the artillery units of New Brunswick. The story of those ...