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: November 2019


D807.U6 B37 2019                         
Rush to Danger:
Medics in the Line of Fire

By Ted Barris
HarperCollins, 2019


U250.B76 2018
A New Conception of War:
John Boyd, The U.S. Marines,
and Maneuver Warfare

By Ian T. Brown
Marine Corps University Press, 2018


D810.C88 K46 2019
Bletchley Park and D-Day:
The Untold Story of How the
Battle for Normandy Was Won

By David Kenyon
Yale University Press, 2019

D
Relentless Struggle:
Saving the Army Reserve
1995-2019l

By C.P. Champion

 


UG735.G7 W35 2009
The Science of Bombing:
Operational Research in
RAF Bomber Command

By Randall T. Wakelam
U. of T. Press, 2009


DA566.9 C5 M54 2016
Hero of the Empire:
The Boer War, A Daring
Escape and the Making
of Winston Churchill

By Candice Millard
Doubleday, 2016


 

D786.B37 2018
MDam Busters: Canadian Airmen
and the Secret RaidAgainst
Nazi Germany

By Ted Barris
HarperCollins 2018
 


U440.H39 2017
Crerar's Lieutenants:
Inventing the Canadian Junio
Army Officer: 1939-45

By Geoffrey Hayes
UBC Press, 2017

D639.W7 S45 2014
Female Tommies:
The Frontline Women of
the First World War

By Elisabeth Shipton
The History Press, 2014


DA69.3 H3 A3 2006
Douglas Haig:
The Prepararory Prologue
1861-1914. Diaries and Letters

By Douglad Scott
Pen & Sword Military, 2006

D790.22 M55 2006
Masters of the Air:
America's Bomber Boys
Who Fought the Air War
Against Nazi Germany

By Donald L. Miller
SImon & Schuster, 2006

D810.S8 M237 2012
Double Cross:
The True Story of the D-Day Spies

By Ben Macintyre
Crown, 2012