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.  We welcome donations of new books from authors and publishers, many of which are featured here.

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.
 

New Books: January 2020


E672.G756 2019                         
The Annotated Memoirs of
Ulysses S. Grant

By Elizabeth D. Samet
Liveright Publishing,  2019



D810. J4 B467 2018
Double Threat: Canadian Jews,
the Military, and World War II

By Ellin Bessner
New Jewish Press, 2018


UA646.53 C38 2018
20 Years of the Baltic Defence College:
Professional Military Education
in the Baltic States

By James Corum and Art Johanson
Valipress, 2018

D
The Good Fight:
Marcel Cadieux and Canadian Diplomacy

By Brendan Kelly
UBC Press, 2019

 


D
Secrets and Lies:
Operation "Iraqi Freedom" and After

By Dilip Hirp
Nation Books, 2004


DA87.W55 2014
In the Hour of Victory:
the Royal Navy At War
in the Age of Nelson

By Sam Willis
W.W. Norton, 2014


 

D763.I82 E45 2019
The River Battles
By Mark Zuehlke
Douglas & McIntyre, 2019
 


UD485.C3 R45 2019
Green On! Go!:
Canada's Airborne Gunners

By B.A. Reid and J.D.G. Chaplin
Commoners Publishing, 2019
 

JZ5584.C456 2019
National Versus Human Security:
Australian and Canadian Military
Interventions

By Gregory MacCallion
Melbourne University Press, 2019


HC60. S26 2019
A Samaritan State Revisited:
Historical Perspectives on
Canadian Foreign Aid

By Gregory Donaghy and David Webster
University of Calgary Press, 2019

D
The First World War
in 100 Objects

By John Hughes-Wilson
Firefly Books, 2014

D
Appeasement: Chamberlain,
Hitler, Churchill, and the
Road to War

By Tim Bouverie
Tim Duggan Books, 2019