• Kyle Falcon

    Kyle Falcon completed his MA degree in History from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2011. His research centres around war and society, war and genocide, and war and remembrance with a specific focus on the Second World War and the Holocaust. His interests include how the Holocaust has been remembered by Western European and North American […]

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  • Elise De Garie

    Research Associate (Online Editor for French Submissions to Canadian Military History Online) Masters Candidate – Université de Montréal (Political Science) B.A. – Université de Montréal, University of Saskatchewan (International Relations) Academic Interests My master’s research examines the readiness of the Canadian Forces (CF) to confront child soldiers on the battlefield. It aims to improve the […]

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  • David Ian Hall

    David Hall was educated in both Canada and the United Kingdom, graduating from McMaster University with a BA Hons, the University of New Brunswick with an MA, and the University of Oxford with a D.Phil. in modern history. Presently, he is a senior lecturer in the Defence Studies Department, King’s College London, based at the Joint Services Command and […]

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  • Nic Clarke

    Nic Clarke received his Ph.D. from the University of Ottawa in 2009. His research primarily focuses on disability and health during the Great War period.  Currently, he is examining how enlistment papers and service records can be used as a means to identify common health problems afflicting Canadian males (and some females) in the early twentieth […]

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  • John Maker

    John Maker received his Ph.D. from the University of Ottawa in 2010.  His dissertation, “A Home Away From Home: Citizenship and National Identity in the Canadian Army Overseas, 1939-1943,” examines morale in the Canadian army in Britain during the “waiting period”. John teaches Canadian Military History at the Royal Military College of Canada.  He also […]

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  • Andrew Theobald

    Dr. Andrew Theobald is a Research and Collections Officer with The Memory Project: Stories of the Second World War. Since joining the project in August 2009, he has conducted over 200 interviews with Second World War veterans and helped to assemble We Were Freedom: Canadian Stories of the Second World War, recently published by Key […]

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  • Oliver Haller

    Oliver Haller specializes in 20th Century German diplomatic and military history. He has published articles and book chapters on the German military and the demilitarization of German industry after WWII.  After working for several years as a lecturer at King’s College London, he is currently translating the German official medical history of WWI, entitled “Sanitätsbericht über das […]

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  • Olivier Courteaux

    I have taught at York University and Ryerson University. In 2000, I received my Doctorate from l’Université Paris IV-Sorbonne in the field of Franco-Canadian relations. My thesis was published in 2004, under the title Les Relations Franco-canadiennes pendant la seconde guerre mondiale, les relations oubliées, and it gave rise to a subsequent work. I have […]

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  • Richard Goette

    About Dr. Richard Goette is an air power academic and air force historian specializing in command and control, leadership, maritime air power and air defence issues.  He has worked in research and writing roles for the Department of National Defence, including the Canadian Forces Leadership Institute (CFLI), the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), and the […]

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  • Eric McGeer

    Eric McGeer teaches history and Latin at St. Clement’s School in Toronto. He received his doctorate from L’Université de Montréal, and as a specialist in Byzantine history he has concentrated on Byzantine warfare and law. These include the editions, translations, and studies of two tactical treatises published in Sowing the Dragon’s Teeth: Byzantine Warfare in the Tenth Century(1995: repr. […]

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