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Battle for Life

The history of two hospitals formed for service in London, Ontario, in the First and Second World Wars. This story of sacrifice, hardship, and dedication is largely unknown and will inspire and inform ...

A Nation at War, 1939–1945

A Nation at War brings together a collection of sixty-two essays covering all aspects of the Canadian experience in the Second World War. It is a readable and authoritative introduction to both the historical ...

Leading from the Front

Harry Pope was a prominent soldier, NDP Party organizer, and economist. Leading from the Front is the only memoir to provide an inside look at the Canadian campaign in both Italy (1943—45) and the Korean ...

Ethnic Armies

Ethnic Armies is a combination of essays focused on the subject of polyethnic armed forces from the time of the Habsburgs to the age of the superpowers and is a publication of the proceedings of the thirteenth ...

Men, Machines, and War

Using examples from the last two centuries, this collection of essays discusses the close links between technology and war. In the opening essay, distinguished historian William H. McNeill demonstrates ...

Coalition Warfare

The essays that comprise this volume clearly demonstrate that coalitions have dramatically altered the shape of war. Paul Kennedy's overview of coalitions over the past century shows that, with coalitions ...

Covenants Without The Sword

This book constitutes a major and comprehensive reevaluation of British defence policy in the early 1930s. The author traces the evolution of British opinion toward rearmament, from opposition to approval, ...

Mobilization for Total War

The two World Wars placed unprecedented demands on their participants and had a profound impact on many aspects of national life. The mobilization of human and material resources for total war by three ...

Limits of Loyalty

In rare critical moments in history, the professional officers of a national armed force may be faced with the ultimate decision of whether to continue to support the government to which they had originally ...