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1930: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (66)1931: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (67)1932: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (69)1933: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (68)1934: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (68)1935: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (66)1936: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (68)1937: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (68)1938: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (72)1939: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (155)Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders
1930: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (86)1931: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (87)1932: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (88)1933: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (87)1934: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (87)1935: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (85)1936: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (86)1937: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (86)1938: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (92)1939: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (278)Wars, Battles and Conflicts
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Description: Except for a few details, the full dress uniform of officer cadets at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario, remained essentially the same since the college was founded in 1874. As shown in this 1954 photo, only the shakos and pith helmets worn on parade by first-class officer-cadets disappeared, replaced by pill-box caps. (Canadian Department of National Defence, ZK-2049)
Site: National Defence
 
 
Type: Document
Description: This report summarizes the involvement and administration of Canadian troops during the South African War, First World War and Second World War. The purpose of the document was to examine Canada's past military participation in international conflict to guide contemporary decisions for Canadian military policy during the Korean War.
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Site: National Defence
 
 
Type: Document
Online Reference Books
Description: Eugene Fiset is an example of a unique French Canadian officer who rose to high rank and distinguished recognition while serving his country in the Boer War. He later rose to the position of Director General of the Army Medical Service. Following military service he was a Deputy Minister of Militia and Defence, a Major-General, a Member of Parliament, and finally the Lieutenant Governor of Quebec.
Site: National Defence
 
 
Type: Document
Description: From 1965-1980, Colonel C.P. Stacey organized the Directorate of History out of the three former separate Service historical sections. He introduced the practice of writing historical narratives of current operations or on topics of contemporary interest. The Canadian Forces Headquarters Reports deal with peacekeeping, naval aspects of the Second World War, and the organization and structure of the Canadian Armed Forces and the Department of National Defence from colonial times.
Site: National Defence
 
 
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Description: Built between 1828 and 1856, the Quebec Citadel has remained largely the same ever since, as this 1950s picture shows. It is now the regimental HQ of the Royal 22e Régiment / Royal 22nd Regiment - the famous 'Van Doos'. (Library of the Canadian Department of National Defence)
Site: National Defence
 
 
Type: Document
Description: A history of Canada's involvement in peacekeeping, including the formation of the League of Nations and the United Nations.
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Site: National Defence
 
 
Type: Document
Description: This document is a short history of fixed artillery defences on Canada's west coast between 1918 and 1945. Topics of discussion include the state of these defences at the end of the First World War, the effort to upgrade them in the following decades, and a brief conclusion on their effectiveness during the Second World War.
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Type: Document
Description: This report outlines the changing responsibilities and significance of the positions of Deputy Minister of National Defence and Deputy Minister of Militia and Defence since 1867. Includes a list of the individuals who have held these positions.
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Site: National Defence
 
 
Type: Document
Description: This publication offers nine examples of Canadian campaigns chosen from different periods of history. It also includes a very brief history of the development of Canadian Army organization. The Principles of War, in the form adopted by the Canadian Chiefs of Staff, are printed as an appendix.
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Type: Document
Description: The most significant development in disciplinary policy during the period covered by this report was the process by which complete control of punishment in the Canadian forces passes from British to Canadian authorities. This process began in the First World War and was completed as a result of constitutional changes in the period before the outbreak of the Second World War.
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