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APPENDIX B: Reference

Endnotes for Canadian Military Heritage Volume 3 (1872 – 2000) (1 page)


1 Robert Craig Brown and Ramsay Cook, Canada 1896-1921: A Nation Transformed (2nd ed.) (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1976), p. 32.

2 C.P. Stacey, Introduction to Military History for Canadian Students (6th ed.) (Ottawa: Canadian Forces Headquarters, n.d.), p. 20.

3 jean-Yves Gravel, Les Voltigeurs de Québec dans la milice canadienne, 1868-1898 (The Quebec Voltigeurs in the Canadian militia, 1868-1898) (PhD thesis, Université Laval, 1970), p. 102.

4 Ibid., p. 142.

5 Ibid., p. 180.

6 Léopold Lamontagne, Les Archives régimentaires des Fusiliers du Saint-Laurent (Rimouski, QC: n.p., 1943), p. 85.

7 Oscar C. Pelletier, Mémoires, souvenirs de famille et récits (Memoirs, family recollections and stories) (Quebec: n.p., 1940), pp. 264-67.

8 Ibid., p. 308.

9 The figures are from Gravel, op. cit., p. 92.

10 See especially L.G. D'Odet d'Orsonnens, Considérations sur l'organisation militaire de la confédération canadienne (Thoughts on the military organization of the Canadian confederation) (Montreal: Duvernay Frères and Dansereau, 1874).

11 Ibid., pp. 36-37.

12 Captain Ernest J. Chambers, Histoire du 65e Regiment Carabiniers Mont-Royal (Montreal: Guertin, 1906), p. 8.

13 D'Orsonnens, op. cit., p. 38.

14 Ibid., p. 39.

15 Chambers, op. cit., p. 80.

16 D'Orsonnens, op. cit., pp. 35-36.

17 Lamontagne, op. cit., p. 85.

18 Gravel, op. cit., p. 111.

19 Ibid., pp. 25-26.

20 Sir Adolphe Caron, C. CM. G., ministre de la Milice et ses détracteurs ou huit années d'administration militaire (Sir Adolphe Caron, C.C.M.G., Minister of Militia, and his detractors, or eight years of military administration) (Montreal: Gebhardt-Berthiaume, 1888), p. 6.

21 Gravel, op. cit., p. 109.

22 D'Orsonnens, op. cit., p. 31.

23 Gravel, op. cit., pp. 273-75.

24 August-Henri De Trémaudan, Histoire de la nation métisse dans l'Ouest canadien (History of the Métis Nation of Western Canada) (St Boniface, MN: Éditions du Blé, 1979), p. 406.

25 Desmond Morton, "Middleton, Sir Frederick Dobson," in Canadian Dictionary of Biography, 1891 to 1900 (Vol. 12) (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1990), p. 801.

26 Pelletier, op. cit., pp. 254-55. Short commanded the gun troop to which Pelletier and Edmond Chinic were assigned. Both were included in the deal, which explains the "us" in the quote.

27 Gravel, op. cit., pp. 279-80.

28 Georges Beauregard, Le 9e Bataillon au Nord-Ouest: Journal d'un militaire (The 9th Battalion in the North-West: A soldier's journal) (Quebec: Jos. G. Gingras, 1886), p. 14.

29 Ibid., p. 11.

30 Pelletier, op. cit., pp. 209-14.

31 Gravel, op. cit., p. 336.

32 Peter Robertson, Irréductible vérité/Relentless Verity: Les Photographes militaires canadiens depuis 1885/ Canadian Military Photographers since 1885 (Quebec: Presses de l'Université Laval/Public Archives of Canada, 1973), p. 11.

33 Brereton Greenhous (ed.), Guarding the Goldfields: The Story of the Yukon Field Force (Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1987), p. 8.

34 Jean Pariseau, Le maintien de l'ordre au Canada: Perspective historique (Maintaining order in Canada: A historical perspective), Research Notes #9, Papers in Strategic Studies (St Jean, QC: Collège militaire royal de Saint-Jean, 1994).

35 Gaston P Labat, Les Voyageurs canadiens à l'expédition du Soudan, Ou quatre-vingt-dix jours avec les crocodiles (Canadian Voyageurs on the Sudan expedition, Or ninety days with the crocodiles) (Quebec: Printer to the Canadien and the Événement [I.J. Demers & Frère], 1886), pp. 153-54.

36 Gravel, op. cit., p. 111.

37 Goldwin Smith, Devant le tribunal de l'histoire: Un plaidoyer en faveur des Canadiens qui ont condamné la guerre sud-africaine (Montreal: Beauchemin, 1903), p. 25. Translation by Henri Bourassa of Smith's At the Bar of History.

38 Duguesclin, "Notre marine de guerre: Que fera-t-on de la marine Laurier-Brodeur? Est-il vrai qu'elle ne servira qu'à la défense du Canada?" (Our navy: What will they do with the Laurier-Brodeur navy? Will it really be used only to defend Canada?) (Montreal: Le Devoir, 1911), p. 36.

39 Carman Miller, Painting the Map Red: Canada and the South African War, 1899-1902 (Montreal and Kingston: Canadian War Museum and McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993), p. 144.

40 Ibid., p. 218.

41 Ibid., p. 392.

42 George F.G. Stanley, Nos soldats: LHistoire militaire du Canada de 1604à nos jours (Montreal: Éditions de l'Homme, 1980), p. 385. Translation of Stanley's Canada's Soldiers: A Military History of an Unmilitary People (Toronto: Macmillan, 1974).

43 Ibid., p. 387.

44 Miller, op. cit., p. 335.

45 Ron Haycock, Sam Hughes: The Public Career of a Controversial Canadian, 1885-1916 Canadian War Museum Historical Publication #21 (Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press/National Museums of Canada, 1986), pp. 88-90.

46 Miller, op. cit., pp. 238-39.

47 Ibid., p. 429.

48 Stanley, op. cit., p. 408.

49 Thomas Richard Melville, Canada and Sea Power: Canadian Naval Thought and Policy, 1860-1910 (PhD thesis, Duke University, 1981), pp. 116-19.

50 Ibid., pp. 320-27.

51 Richard Gimblett, "Tin-Pots" or Dreadnoughts? The Evolution of the Naval Policy of the Laurier Administration, 1896-1911 (MA thesis, Trent University, 1981), pp. 10-12.

52 Richard Gimblett, "Reassessing the Dreadnought Crisis of 1909 and the Origins of the Royal Canadian Navy," in The Northern Mariner/Le Marin du Nord, 4(1), Jan. 1994, p. 35.

53 Ibid., p. 41.

54 Melville, op. cit., pp. 2-3.

55 Ibid., p. 50.

56 Henri Bourassa, "Le Projet de loi navale" (The Naval Bill), speech given at the Monument National, Montreal, 20 Jan. 1910 and issued as an off-print by Le Devoir, 1910, p. 25.

57 Duguesclin, op. cit., p. 67.

58 Gimblett, "Tin-Pots" or Dreadnoughts?, op. cit., p. 209.

59 Ibid., p. 222.

60 Pariseau and Bernier, op. cit., p. 66.

61 Pelletier, op. cit., p. 307.

62 Pariseau and Bernier, op. cit., p. 68.

63 Ibid., p. 69.

64 Lamontagne, op, cit., p. 9.

65 Information from H.M. Cathcart, L'Histoire du camp Valcartier. PQ, 1647-1957 (mimeograph, 1957).

66 From Desmond Morton, When Your Number's Up: The Canadian Soldier in the First World War (Toronto: Random House, 1992), pp. 17-18, and William Rawling, Surviving Trench Warfare: Technology and the Canadian Corps, 1914-1918 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1992), pp. 16-18.

67 Rawling, op. cit., p. 221.

686 Jean-Pierre Gagnon, Le 22e Bataillon (Quebec: Presses de l'Université Laval, 1986), p. 139.

69 Morton, When Your Number's Up, op. cit., p. 181.

70 Information from Rawling, op. cit., pp. 71, 117, and Brereton Greenhous, The Battle of Amiens, 8-11 August 1918. Canadian Battle Series #15 (Toronto: Canadian War Museum and Balmuir Books, 1995), p. 16.

71 Liliane Grantham, "Blanche Olive Lavallée: Military Nurse During the First World War and Philanthropist," in Canadian Defence Review, 16(2), Fall 1986, pp. 46-49.

72 Greenhous, The Battle ofAmiens, op. cit., pp. 24-28.

73 Canadian Field Comforts Commission, With the First Canadian Contingent (Toronto and London: Hodder & Stoughton and Musson Book Company, 1915), pp. 71-73.

74 Robertson, Irréductible vérité/Relentless Verity, op. cit., p. 11.

75 De Trémaudan, Histoire de la nation métisse, op. cit., pp. 338-39.

76 Williams, First in the Field, op. cit., p. 70.

77 Duff Crerar, Padres in No Man's Land (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1995), p. 39.

78 Ibid., p. 166.

79 Sylvie C.R. Tremblay, La Marine royale canadienne, 1919-1936• Une progression relative envers et contre tout (Royal Canadian Navy, 1919-1936: Relative progress in spite of everything) (MA thesis, University of Ottawa, 1991), pp. 75-79.

80 Stanley, op. cit., p. 505.

81 Teresa McIntosh, Other Images of Wars: Canadian Women War Artists of the First and Second World War (MA thesis, Carleton University, 1990), 207 pp.

82 SHist, 96/12.

83 C.P. Stacey, Armes, hommes et gouvernements Les politiques de guerre du Canada 1939-1945 (Arms, men and governments: The politics of war in Canada 1939-1945) (Ottawa: Department of National Defence/Information Canada, 1970).

84 Desmond Morton and J.L. Granatstein, Victory 1945: Canadians from War to Peace (Toronto: HarperCollins, 1995), p. 154.

85 Ibid., pp. 170-71.

86 R. Becket, Memoirs of Ralph Wilson Becket (working title). Unpublished manuscript deposited with the PHD Archives, National Defence, Ottawa.

87 Report of the Special Commission on Restructuring the Reserves (Ottawa: Department of National Defence, 1995), 133 pp.

88 Steve Harris, "Militia Reform, Historical Service," speech delivered at Land Force Headquarters of Canada, 30 Mar. 1995, 19 pp.

89 Defence White Paper (Ottawa: Queen's Printer, March 1964), p. 21.

90 Report of the Task Force on Review of Unification of the Canadian Forces (Ottawa: Department of National Defence, 1980, 15 Mar.), p. 37.

91 Report of the Review Group on the Task Force on Unification (Ottawa: Department of National Defence, 1980, 31 Aug.), p. 5.

92 Vignette prepared by Liliane Grantham of the National Defence Historical Service.

93 G.-E. Marquis, Le Régiment de Lévis: Historique et Album (Lévis, QC: n.p., 1952), p. 17.