The Press in Wartime: Lord Kitchener, Press Censorship and the Battle of Mons

“The Press in Wartime: Lord Kitchener, Press Censorship and the Battle of Mons” by Alexander Maavara is now available on the LCMSDS Centre Blog.

On War & Society podcast: In the Path of War with David Borys

Canada’s military history in Northwest Europe has been told many times. On 6 June 1944, Canadian forces landed on Juno Beach as part of Operation Overlord, before quickly establishing a bridgehead and moving inland where they encountered, but ultimately overcame,...

Great Battles in History podcast: The Battle of Agincourt (New Episode)

The first five parts of an all-new episode of Professor Darryl Dee’s Great Battles in History podcast has been released. In previous episodes, Professor Dee examined the Battle of Thermopylae and its legacy, followed by the bloody Battle of Cannae during the Second...

Bob Bergen has won the 2019 C.P. Stacey Award

‘Scattering Chaff: Canadian Air Power and Censorship during the Kosovo War’ (University of Calgary Press)

Gridlock Averted: The Importance of the Canadian Corps’ Tramways Organization at Second Arras in 1918

“Gridlock Averted: The Importance of the Canadian Corps’ Tramways Organization at the Second Arras in 1918” by Bill Stewart is now available on the LCMSDS Centre Blog.

Now Available on YouTube – Stopping the Panzers: Canada’s Forgotten Overlord Mission with Marc Milner

The Maple Leaf Route, Part II Historians have traditionally criticized the 3rd Canadian Division for its 'slow' progress after 6 June, for its failure to take Caen when it had a chance, and for succumbing to German counter-attacks and digging in on the Oak Line. But...

On War & Society podcast: Broken Promises with Christopher Capozzola

The United States and the Philippines have been intimately bound by conflict. A US colony from 1898 to 1946, it remained an important US ally in the Pacific. In that time, hundreds of thousands of Filipinos fought and died for the United States, including against...

Stopping the Panzers: Canada’s Forgotten Overlord Mission with Marc Milner

The Maple Leaf Route, Part II June 2nd at 7:30 PM ET, Click HERE Historians have traditionally criticized the 3rd Canadian Division for its 'slow' progress after 6 June, for its failure to take Caen when it had a chance, and for succumbing to German counter-attacks...

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