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: January 26, 2024



UG635.C2 H66 2023
Pathway to the Stars:
100 Years of the Royal Canadian Air Force

By Michael Hood and Tom Jenkins
AEVO, 2023



UA600.F66 2023
Managing Security and Defence
in the 2020s and Beyond

By Ann Fitz-Gerald and Craig Stone
Breakout, 2023


HV8157.N42 2023
Why We Serve:
Stories of Today's RCMP Members

By National Police Federation
Page Two, 2023

DG215.I7 G65 2023
Rome and Persia: The
Seven Hundred Year Rivalry

By Adrian Goldsworthy
Basic Books, 2023
 


UH347.M23 M35 2005
Margaret Macdonald:
Imperial Daughter

By Susan Mann
McGill-Queen's University Press, 2005


D810.C69 C64 2004
Watch and Warn: A Wartime Story of
Canada's Homefront Aircraft 
Detection Corps

By Allan F, Coggon
Trafford, 2004 



 



New Books: September 9, 2022

D810.S7 W385 2008
Historical Dictionary of
World War II Intelligence

By  Nigel West
The Scarecrow Press, 2008



D766.97 S54 2020
Sights, Sounds, Memories:
South African Soldier Experiences
of the Second World War

By I.J. Stellenbosch
Sun Press, 2020


UB416.P47 2023 
Forgotten Warriors: The Long
History of Women in Combat

By Sarah Percy
Basic Books, 2023


D629.C2 T64 2016
 Sister Soldiers of the Great War:
The Nurses of the Canadian Army Medical Corps

By Cynthia Toman
UBC Press, 2016


FC386.5 M33 2008
Northern Armageddon:
the Battle of the Plains of Abraham

By D. Peter MacLeod
Douglas & McIntyre, 2008


FC249.M33 2023
Natural Allies: Environment,
Energy and the History of
US-Canada Relations

By Daniel Macfarlane
McGill-Queen's University Press, 2023