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: July 12, 2024

JZ5538.D35 2024
The Peace:
A Warrior's Journey

By Romeo Dallaire
Random House Canada, 2024 

D629 C2 D46 2024
The Roosting Box: Rebuilding
the Body After the First World War

By Kristen Den Hartog
Goose Lane Editions, 2024

E487.M18 2010
Confederate Reckoning: Power and 
Politics in the Civil War South

By Stephanie McCurry
Harvard University Press, 2010

D639.W7 S58 2012
A Sisterhood of Suffering and Service:
Women and Girls of Canada and Newfoundland
During the First World War 

Sarah Glassford & Amy Shaw
UBC Press, 2012

D545.S7 P34 2023
Great-Uncle Harry:
A Tale of War and Empire

By Michael Palin
Random House Canada, 2023

E621.O97 1988 
Our Army Nurses:
Stories from Women in the Civil War

By Mary Gardner Holland
Edinborough Press, 1988


New Books: September 9, 2022

V19.A76 2021
Developing the Naval Mind
By Benjamin Armstrong & John Freymann
Naval Institute Press, 2021

DS810.S7 A94 2024
The War We Won Apart: The Untold
Story of Two Elite Agents Who Became
One of the Most Decorated Couples of WWII

By Nahlah Ayed
Viking, 2024

PN6733.G748 H86 2023 
Hunter and Hunted: On Board
a Canadian Corvette in the
Battle of the Atlantic

By Ann Griffiths & C. George-Hill
Naval Association of Canada, 2023

UA703.A7 9th C77 2012
Incomparable: Napoleon's 9th
Light Infantry Regiment 

By T.E. Crowdy
Osprey Publishing, 2012

G440.G7 Y7 2002
Around the World with
General Grant 

By John Russell Young
Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002

PS8595.I5834 S56 2011
Shot at Dawn:
World War I

By John Wilson
Scholastic Canada, 2011