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: March 2020

SF422.82 R52 C85 2003                         
Colonel Richardson's Airdales:
The Making of the British
War Dog School 1900-1918

By Bryan D. Cummins
Detselig 2003

D630.P67 D49 2018
DCalled to Serve: Georgina Pope
Canadian Military Nursing Heroine

By Katherine Dewar
Island Studies Press, 2018

D756.5 N6 M495 2014
Stopping the Panzers:
The Untold Story of D-Day

By Marc Milner
University Press of Kanses, 2014

D756.N6 O54 2019
Seven Days in Hell: Canada's
Battle for Normandy and the Rise
of The Black Watch Snipers

By David O'Keefe
HarperCollins, 2019


D768.I53 C37 2016
21 Days in Normandy:
Major General George Kitching 
and the 4th Canadian Armoured Division

By Angelo Caravaggio
Pen & Sword Military, 2016

D786.H334 2019
The Dambusters Story 1943

By Max Hastings
William Collins, 2019


FC3215.S57 2019
Troop Treks of 1885:
Documents and Illustrations
Relating to the movement of
Canadian troops along the north
shore of Lake Superior to the
North-West Rebellion of 1885

By William P. Skrepichuk
Thunder Bay Museum, 2019

E491.S96 2012
The Civil War at Sea
By Craig L. Symonds
Oxford University Press, 2012

D774M5 S93 2011
The Battle of Midway
By Craig L. Symonds
Oxford University Press, 2011

D756.5 N6 S96 2014
Neptune : the Allied Invasion
of Europe and the D-Day Landings

By Craig L. Symonds
Oxford University Press, 2014

D810.S8 R5784 2019
Agent Jack: The True Story
of MI5's Secret Nazi Hunter

By Robert Hutton
St. Martin's Press, 2019

E182.S995 2005
Decision at Sea:
Five Naval Battles that
Shaped American History

By Craig L. Symonds
Oxford University Press, 2005