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GODEFROY, Andrew B., Ed. CURRIE, Arthur, Sir) MACDONELL, Archibald Cameron, Sir) ADAMSON, Agar, Lieutenant-Colonel) Listings

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1 GODEFROY, Andrew B., ed. CURRIE, Arthur, Sir) MACDONELL, Archibald Cameron, Sir) ADAMSON, Agar, Lieutenant-Colonel) Great War Commands : Historical Perspectives on Canadian Army Leadership, 1914-1918. pbk.
Canadian Defence Academy Press, Kingston, ON, 2010, ISBN:9781100156019 
GODEFROY, Andrew B., (ed.). Great War Commands : Historical Perspectives onCanadian Army Leadership, 1914-1918. Edited by Andrew B. Godefroy. [Forewo rd by Major-General J.P.Y.D. Gosselin]. (Kingston, ON): Canadian Defence Academy Press, (2010). Pp. (6),vii-xv,(1),1-247,(3), + 14 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated grey card covers. Contents: 1. Godefroy's "The Advent of the Set-Piece Attack: Major-General Arthur Currie and the Battle of Mount Sorrel, 2-13 June 1916"; 2. David Campbell's "'A Leapin the Dark': Intelligence and the Struggle for the St. Eloi Craters: Reas sessing the Role of Major-General Richard Turner"; 3. Ian Macpherson McCulloch's "'A Bonny Fighter & a Born Leader': A Portrait of Sir Archibald Cameron Macdonnel, KCB, CMG, DSO"; 4. David R. O'Keefe's "'A Brutal Soul-Destroying Business': Brigadier-General F.O.W. Loomis and the Question of 'Impersonal Generalship'"; 5. Patrick Brennan's "Major-General David Watson: A Critical Appraisal of Canadian Generalship in the Great War"; 6. Paul Dickson's"Leadership and Innovation: Andrew McNaughton and the Counter-Battery Staf f Office"; 7. Timothy C. Winegard's "Lieutenant-Colonels Glen Campbell and Andrew T. Thompson and the Evolution of Native Canadian Participation during the Frist World War"; 8. Tod Strickland's "Creating Combat Leaders in theCanadian Corps: The Experiences of Lieutenant-Colonel Agar Adamson". Very good. 25.00

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2 CAMERON, Arthur. Quarantine, What is Old is New : Halifax and the Lawlor's Island Quarantine Station 1866-1938. First Edition
New World Publishing, Halifax, N.S., 2007, ISBN:9781895814347 2007 1895814340 / 9781895814347 
CAMERON, Arthur. Quarantine, What is Old is New : Halifax and the Lawlor's Island Quarantine Station 1866-1938. Halifax, N.S.: New World Publishing, (2007). First Printing. Pp (2),[i]-xx,21-206. Illustrated. Map. Index. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers with yellow titles to front and spine.

"The story [of the island] is of tragic events and unimaginable hardships, public health successes and failures, remarkable bravery and unforgivable incompetence. As new epidemics threaten to arrive on our shores from around the world, we must learn lessons from the past. This book is an important contribution to medical, public health and maritime history, but it will also fascinate those who love Nova Scotia and Halifax." - from the rear cover

Contents :
1. The Reason for Quarantine.
2. Halifax and the Cholera Epidemic of 1866.
3. Lawlor's Island as a Quarantine Station.
4. Another Reminder: The Cholera Epidemic of 1871.
5. Building the Quarantine Station.
6. Sergey Tolstoy and the Doukhobors.
7. The 20th Century, Canada's Century.
8. The Heyday of Lawlor's Island.
9. The Beginning of the End.
10. The Final Irony: The Small Pox Outbreak of 1939. Epilogue. Appendices.

Very good. 15.00

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