New Library Acquisitions

The Institute Library is one of the largest private military collections in North America, with over 15,000 volumes, and is constantly expanding its collection with new material. 
The library has a fine collection of military poetry and is actively seeking to expand its holdings with recently published works as well as older titles.
We welcome donations of new books from authors and publishers, many of which are featured here.

New Books: February 8, 2023

D545.L45 B37 2022
Through Their Eyes: A Graphic History
of Hill 70 And Canada's First World War

By Matthew Barrett and Robert C. Engen
McGill-Queen's University Press, 2022

TS1547.P37 2002
Hodden Grey: From Scottish Homespun
to Modern Battledress

By Anthony Partington
Words Indeed Publishing, 2022

Spirit Over Steel: A Chronology
of the Second World War.

By John Thompson.  Published by the RCMI, 2022.
600 pages, PDF, Free.
Click on the cover to read.

KE7165.B37 2022
Scandalous Conduct:
Canadian Officer Courts Martial, 1914-45

By Matthew Barrett
UBC Press, 2022

D756.5 R48 F67 2014
Forgotten Victory
By Mark Zuehlke
Douglas & McIntyre, 2014

FC95.V355 2012
Maple Leaf Empire:
Canada, Britain, and Two World Wars

By Jonathan F. Vance
Oxford University Press, 2012


New Books: September 9, 2022

D779.C2 B34 2022
Battle of the Atlantic:
Gauntlet To Victory

By  Ted Barris
Partick Crean Editions, 2022

DA69.3 M56 E54 2021
Monty and the Canadian Army
By  John A. English
University of Toronto Press, 2021

D629.C2 C66 2022
Lifesavers and Body Snatchers:
Medical Care and The Struggle For
Survival In The Great War

By Tim Cook
Allen Lane, 2022

D748.M8 2022
Command: How the Allies Learned
to Win the Second World War

By Al Murray
Headline, 2022

D640.D73 2014
Blood in the Trenches:
A Memoir of the Battle 
of the Somme

By Captain A. Radclyffe Dugmore
Pen & Sword Military, 2014

E99.17 M243 1996
The Canadian Iroquois and the
Seven Years' War

By D. Peter MacLeod
Dundurn Press, 1996