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1 BASHOW, David L. (ed.). HORN, Bernd GREBSTAD, David W. PIGEON, Claude Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne Vol, 13, No. 3, Summer / Ete 2013
Department of National Defence, Ottawa, 2013, 
BASHOW, David L. (ed.). Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne. Vol. 13, No. 3, Summer/Été 2013. (Ottawa : Department of National Defence, 2013). Pp 1-86;1-86. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated greycard covers. Contents : Unlearning Afghanistan (by Bob Martyn); Afghanista n 2010-2011: Counterinsurgency through Whole of Government (by Howard G. Coombs); Chaos in Kandahar: The Battle for Building 4 (by Bernd Horn); Desolate Dispute: A Study of a Hypothetical International Court of Justice (ICJ) Decision (by Ryan Kristiansen); Military Culture, Spirituality and Resilience as it Relates to Canadian Participation in the International Military Pilgrimage to Lourdes (by Claude Pigeon); What Education Should Non-Commissioned Members Receive? (by Maxime Rondeau and Lisa Tanguay); Rowboat Diplomacy: The Dominion of Canada’s Whole-of-Government Approach to the Red River Rebellion (by David W. Grebstad); How successful has the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNFIL) really been in preventing hostilities between Israel and Hezbollah? (by Richard St. John); Bullets, Bombs, and Ice Cream:The Unintended Consequences of Google Earth’s New Cartographic World (by N icholas Kaempffer); How much Strategic Airlift is enough? (by Martin Shadwick); plus book reviews. Back-to-back English and French texts. Very good. 12.00

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2 CABLE, Larry E. Conflict of Myths : The Development of American Counterinsurgency Doctrine and the Vietnam War.
New York University Press, New York and London, 1986, ISBN:0814714013 
CABLE, Larry E. Conflict of Myths : The Development of American Counterinsurgency Doctrine and the Vietnam War. New York and London : New York University Press, 1986. Pp [i]-xiii,(1),[1]-307,(5). Index. 8vo, black cloth, red lettering to spine. Contents : Shadows of Substance : 1. Introduction. 2. The Greek Civil War. 3. South Korea, 1948-1954. 4. The Philippines, 1946-1954. 5. The Malayan Emergency. 6. The Banana Wars, 1915-1934. Totems and Tribal Memories : 7. Selecting and Erecting the Pole. 8. Carving Totems: At theTop and at the Bottom. 9. Tribal Memories. 10. Intrusions and Conclusions. Fetishes That Failed : 11. The COIN of Camelot. 12. Fetishes and Failures. 13. Doctrine of Predestination. 14. Auguries of Janus. Bookplate, underlin ing in black and red throughout, else good in nicked dustjacket. As is. 35.00

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3 ENDICOTT, James G. and Mary A. (eds.) Canadian Far Eastern Newsletter, Vol. 18, No. 182
Canadian Far Eastern Newsletter, Toronto, 1965, 
ENDICOTT, James G. and Mary A., (eds.). The Canadian Far Eastern Newsletter, Vol. 18, No. 182, July 1965. Toronto : Canadian Far Eastern Newsletter, July 1965. Pp [1]-4. 4to, one folded sheet. See Weinrich, Social Protest from the Left in Canada 1870-1970: A Bibliography 5684. Contents : Escalated Peace Aqainst Escalated War; Unsuccessful Hoodwinking; Peace is Escalating; No Fighter, U.S. Officer Fired By Army; Not Willing To Be a War Criminal; He Giggles While Shooting Prisoners; Big Lies For Bigger Wars; The Dubious Role of the Hon. Paul Martin; Counterinsurgency Warfare; New Stamps In China; Taiwan, Mirror Of Neo-Colonialism; A New China Policy—Some Quaker Proposals; Spinning Themselves Into a Cocoon; Christianity in China; Office Notes.Shipping charges may be reduced due to its light weight. Spine browned, ho rizontal folds, else very good. 15.00

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4 GODEFROY, Andrew B., ed. HENEKER, William C.G.). Bush Warfare : The Early Writings of General Sir William C.G. Heneker, KCB,KCMG, DSO. First Edition in dustjacket.
Department of National Defence, Ottawa, 2009, ISBN:9781100103013 
(HENEKER, William C.G.). GODEFROY, Andrew B., (ed.). Bush Warfare : The Early Writings of General Sir William C.G. Heneker, KCB, KCMG, DSO.Edited withNew Material and Introductionby Major Andrew B. Godefroy. (Ottawa: Departm ent of National Defence, 2009). First thus printing. Pp. (4),v-xxiii,(5),1-163,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, black leatherette with gilt lettering to spine. "In the Victorian Era, many young talented Canadians who graduated from theRoyal Military College went on to serve in the British Army. William Charl es Gifford Heneker, from Sherbrooke Quebec, was one of them. From England to a command assignment on the Gold Coast, between 1896 and 1906, Heneker served in more than a dozen campaigns ranging from peacetime military engagements to major combat operations. he eventually became one of the most experienced combat commanders in West Africa, earning the Distinguished Service Order. in 1907, he preserved his strategic and tactical ideas on fighting small wars and counterinsurgency (Bush Wars) in this book for future commanders to consider. After a century out of print, it is presented here agin accompanied by new material and analysis." - from the dustjacket. Very good in crisp dustjacket. 60.00

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5 Guatemalan Church in Exile Guatemala : Security, Development, and Democracy
Guatemalan Church in Exile (IGE),, 1989, 
(Guatemalan Church in Exile). Guatemala : Security, Development, and Democracy. N.pl.: Guatemalan Church in Exile (IGE), (April 1989). Pp (2),i-v,(1),[1]-152. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. Large 8vo, grey card covers. Contents : 1. "Politics As The Continuation Of War.” 2. Transition Toward Democracy And Government Of "Concertacion." 3. The Readjustment Of The Counterinsurgency Platform: Toward Stability And Welfare. 4. Security + Development= Democracy. 5. "Government Of The People, By The People, And For The Peop le." 6. The National Destiny. General Conclusions. Lacking spine ends, rubbed, a few tears, inkstamps, else a good copy only. As is. 40.00

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6 HOPE, Ian, Lieutenant-Colonel. Dancing With the Dushman : Command Imperatives for the Counter-Insurgency Fight in Afghanistan.
Canadian Defence Academy Press, Kingston, ON, 2008, ISBN:9780662478188 
HOPE, Ian, Lieutenant-Colonel. Dancing With the Dushman : Command Imperatives for the Counter-Insurgency Fight in Afghanistan. (Kingston, ON): Canadian Defence Academy Press, (2008). Third Printing. Pp. (6),i-ii,1-162,(2). Illustrated in black and white. Map illustration inside covers. 8vo, illustrated green card covers with black and white lettering to front cover and spine. "'Dancing with the Dushman' is a compelling and insightful window on command and leadership in combat. This book is a very personal account of Lieutenant-Colonel Ian Hope's unit command of Task Force Orion in the volatileKandahar Province in Afghanistan from February to August 2006. Throughout the volume, Hope describes the challenges, pride and sorrow of commanding combat troops in hostile and unforgiving terrain against relentless and ruthless Taliban insurgents." - from the rear cover. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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7 TREMBLAY, J.R.A., Col. (ed.) BREEDE, Christian H ROSE, Kathryn E. RICKARD, John N. Canadian Army Journal. Vol. 9, No. 3, Winter 2006 / Le Journal de l'Armée du Canada. Vol. 9, No. 3, Hiver 2006
Canadian Army Journal, Kingston, Ontario , 2006, 
TREMBLAY, J.R.A., Col. (ed.). The Canadian Army Journal. Vol. 9, No. 3, Winter 2006 / Le Journal de l'Armée du Canada. Vol. 9, No. 3, Hiver 2006. (Kingston, Ontario : Canadian Army Journal, 2006). Pp 1-120,1-136. Illustrated.8vo, illustrated green card covers. Contents : Editorial (by Major Andrew B. Godefroy); Director General Land Capability Development—Occasional Papers Series; The Ability to do Old Things in New Ways—Counter-insurgency and Operational Art (by Col Fred A. Lewis); Intelligence Lessons and the Emerging Canadian Counter-insurgency Doctrine (by Captain Christian H Breede); From Ethos to Culture: Shaping the Future of Army Intelligence (by Captain Andrew J. Duncan); A Case Study in Professional Development: McNaughton’s Preparation for High Command During the Second World War (by Captain John N. Rickard); Frontlines and Headlines: The ‘Maple Leaf’ Newspaper and Army Culture During the Second World War (by Kathryn E. Rose); Note to File—On the Evolution of Intelligence Support Under IFOR (by Lieutenant-Colonel Robert S.Williams, and Major Jim D. Godefroy); plus book reviews. Back-to-back bili ngual (french and English) texts. Very good. 15.00

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8 TREMBLAY, J.R.A., Col. (ed.) HART, Robert G. PAHLAVI, Pierre Cyril SCHREIBER, Shane B. Canadian Army Journal. Vol. 10, No. 2, Summer 2007 / Le Journal de l'Armée du Canada. Vol. 10, No. 2, Été 2007
Canadian Army Journal, Kingston, Ontario , 2007, 2007 
TREMBLAY, J.R.A., Col. (ed.). The Canadian Army Journal. Vol. 10, No. 2, Summer 2007 / Le Journal de l'Armée du Canada. Vol. 10, No. 2, Été 2007. (Kingston, Ontario : Canadian Army Journal, 2007). Pp 1-127,(1),1-139,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated green card covers.

Contents :

Editorial —There and Back Again (by Major Andrew B. Godefroy);

"Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Canadian Army Journal";

Army News — Combat Identification: It’s All About Combat Efeectiveness" (by Major Robert G. Hart);

The 33-Day War: An Example of Psychological Warfare in the Information Age (by Pierre Cyril Pahlavi);

“Contact C': A Forward Observation Officer with Task Force Orion" (by Captain Andrew Charchuk);

"Deploying without an Administration Company—TF 306 BG Echelon System during Operation Medusa" (by Captain Simon Parker);

"The Three Block War: Its Causes, and the Shape od the Peace" (by Vincent J. Curtis);

"Teaching Canada’s Indigenous Sovereignty Soldiers … And vice versa : 'Lesson Learned' from Ranger Instructors" (by P. Whitney Lackenbauer);

"The Road to Hell Part 2: Canada in Vietnam, 1954-1973" (by Lieutenant-Colonel Shane B. Schreiber);

"Note to File — Afghanistan: What We Thought We Knew of the Soviet Experience" (by Sean M. Maloney);

plus book reviews.
Back-to-back bilingual (French and English) texts.

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9 TYS-KROKHMALIUK, Yuriy WOWCHUK, Ivan DUSHNYCK, Walter UPA Warfare in Ukraine : Strategical, Tactical and Organizational Problems of Ukrainian Resistance in World War II.
Society of Veterans of Ukrainian Insurgent Army, New Yiork, 1972, 
TYS-KROKHMALIUK, Yuriy. UPA Warfare in Ukraine : Strategical, Tactical and Organizational Problems of Ukrainian Resistance in World War II. Preface byProf. Ivan Wowchuk. Translated from Ukrainian by Walter Dushnyck. New York , N.Y.: [Society of Veterans of Ukrainian Insurgent Army], 1972. First Edition. Pp (6),i-xiii,(1),1-449,(3). Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Contents : Preface by Prof. Ivan Wowchuk. Introduction by Yuriy Tys-Krokhmaliuk. 1. Geographical Configuration of the Terrain. 2. Ukraine : History and People. 3. Ukraine in World War II : Restoration of Ukrainian Statehood on June 30 1941. 4. The Orgamization of the UPA : Partisan Training 5. Strategic and Operational Thinking of the UPA Comand. 6. Military Tasks of Organization of Ukraine Nationalists : Battle Near Town of Kolky—Battles in the Area of Yapolot-Lubasha—Battle at Radovychi, September 8-9, 1943—Battles in the Kropyvnyk-Mizun Areas, December 11-12, 1943—German Operations Against the UPA in Carpathian Foothills, November-December, 1943 — Raidon Slave Labor Camp in the Village of Sviatoslav—Battle Near the Villages of Kamianka and Lypa. 7. The Underground Network of the UPA : Security Service of the OUN - Underground Printing Shops. 8. Ukrainian Red Cross. 9..General Tactics of the UPA. 10. Princoples of Partisan Tactics in Classical MIlitary Literature. 11. Attack. 12. Raid : Raid on the Town of Radekhiv (April 26-27, 1945)—The Plan of Action—Raid on the Town of Yabloniv (July 27, 1945)—Raid of Soviet Partisans on UPA Mtlitarv School "Lisovi Chorty" of UPA-North —Raid on the City of Kamin Koshyrsky. 13. Tactical Significance of Raids : March of the Raiding Unit—The Rear Guard—Rest—March Discipline —Encounter with the Enemy—Example of Combat Initiative by the Rear Guard—Encirclement and Roundup —Bivouac and Defense in the Forest—Brief Instruction for Raiding Units in Slovakia—Billeting and Defence inthe Village—Memoir. 14. Harassment and Diversion : Harassmen t- Diversion. 15. Ambush : Ambush Near Khyriv—Ambush on the Tysna-Balyhorod Highway—Ambu sh of Gen. Lutze, SD Chief in Ukraine—Ambush Near Chornyi Mist—Ambush "Lovy". 16. Bunkers, HIde-Outs and Camps : Gas in the Hide-Out. 17. Defense. 18.Ukrainian Insurgent Army Under German Occupation : Battle at the Village o f Stizhok—Operations of the "BB" Staff—Operations of General Prutzmann and Cooperation of Germans with Soviet Partisans—German Operations Against the UPA in the Carpathians (October 4 to December 4, 1943)—Another German Attack on a Partisan Camp—Raid on German SD Police Between Villaees Yapolot and Vilka (July 18, 1943 )—Attack on German Military Train Near the Village of Nemovychi (July 23024, 1943). 19. The Polish Front. 20. The Russian Factor in the UPA Strugle : Table of Russian Aggressive Conquests—UPA vs. the Russians. 21. Moscow Against the UPA : The First Operation of Khrushchev Against the UPA—The Second Operation of Khrushchev Against the UPA—The Third Operation of Khrushchev Against the UPA. 22. UPA's Relentless Struggle Against the Soviet Armies : Battle at Hurby (April 22-25, 1944)—The Insurgent Army—Units of UPA-North—Units of UPA-South—The Soviet Troops—The Battle—Battle of UPA With Soviet Partisans for the Black Forest (April 23 to June 15, 1944)—Battle With Shukayev's Partisans—Battle With Soviet Partisans in Siurazh Forest (Volhynia) —The Shift of the Eastern Front—Battle for Kosmach—Armed Encounters Between UPA and Soviet Troops: Soviet Attack on UPA Hide-Out—Death of Tamara, Ukrainian Red Cross Nurse—Soviet Manhunt Against UPA Company "Letuny" (February 4, 1946)—Ambush Against Soviet Partv Officials: Report of UPA Commander Warrant Officer - Ambush Between Villages of Strilbychi andBilychi. 23. UPA on the West Side of theb Curzon Line : Assassination of G eneral Swierczewski by the UPA —Polish Official Reports on UPA Activities—Polish Report on Deposition of Captured UPA Fighter - The UPA in the Curzon Line Country: Testimony of Captured Commander Dalnych - Report of a Polish Deouty Commander—Organization of Counterinsurgency in Poland—Polish Commun ist Appraisal of UPA Struggle in Curzon Line Areas—Operation "Wisla" Against the UPA in Poland - Appraisal of the Polish Side by Blum—The Polish Forces—Forces and Tactics of the UPA—The "Wisla" Operation—Results of the UPA-Polish Arniv Operations. 24. Operations of UPA in the Curzon Line Territory :Attack on the Town of Bircha (January 6-7, 1946)—Attack against the Villag e of Viazovnytsia (April 24, 1946)—Polish Attack on the Village of Uliuch (March 21, 1946)—Attack Against the City of Lubachiv (March 8, 1946) —AttackAgainst Komancha and Lupkiv (March 22 and 26, 1946)—Battles for Khreshchat a Forest. 25. Raids of UPA into Western Europe. Epilogue. Appendix A. Nomenclature of Ukrainian Names, Transcription in Other Languages. Appendix B. Abbreviations of Political and Military Organizations: Ukrainian—Russian—German - Polish. Small stain lower margin of front board, else very good. 40.00

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10 United States Naval Institute HANKS, Robert J. LIBBEY, Miles A. DOYLE, James H. United States Naval Institute Proceedings. Vol. 105, No. 4/914, April 1979
U.S. Naval Institute, Annapolis, MD , 1979, 
(United States Naval Institute). United States Naval Institute Proceedings.Vol. 105, No. 4/914, April 1979. Annapolis, MD : U.S. Naval Institute, 197 9. Pp [1]-127,(1). Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated wrappers. Contents : Rear Adm. Robert J. Hanks's “U.S. National Strategy: Outward Bound... with Inadequate Charts”; Lt. Cdr. Miles A. Libbey's “Tactical Complacency: Change Now or Fail Later”; Vice Adm. James H. Doyle and Arthur J. Mayer's “December 1950 at Hungnam”; Col. William F. Long's “Counterinsurgency: Corrupting Concepts”; Lt. Cdr. Lynn Carter's “Fighter Crews: You Fight the Way You Practice”; Norman Polmar's “Pictorial – USS Norton Sound: the Newest Old Ship”; and regular departments. Covers rubbed, else very good. 12.00

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11 United States Naval Institute WASIELEWSKI, Philip G. VEGO, Milan MERINO, José T. Proceedings U.S. Naval Institute. Vol. 112/12/1006, December 1986.
Annapolis, MD, U.S. Naval Institute, 1986, 
(United States Naval Institute). Proceedings U.S. Naval Institute. Vol. 112/12/1006, December 1986. Annapolis, MD : U.S. Naval Institute, 1986. Pp [1]-128. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated wrappers. Contents : Cmdr. Daniel Steward's “Ski Across Greenland”; Capt. W.D. O'Neil's “Executing the Maritime Strategy”; Milan Vego's “Their SSNs and SSs”; Capt. Brayton Harris's “Focusing the Debate”; Clark S. Reynolds's “Taps for the Torpecker”;1st Lt. Philip G. Wasielewski's “Sea Power and Counterinsurgency”; Admiral José T. Merino's “Trouble in the Southern Pacific”; and regular department s. Very good. 10.00

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