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1 BASHOW, David L. (ed.). SHADWICK, Martin SPENCER, Emily KASURAK, Peter Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne Vol, 11, No. 1, Winter / Hiver 2010
Department of National Defence, Ottawa, 2010, 
BASHOW, David L. (ed.). Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne. Vol. 11, No. 1, Winter/Hiver 2010. (Ottawa : Department of National Defence, 2010). Pp 1-72;1-72. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated grey card covers. Contents : Is Battlefield Mercy Killing Morally Justifiable? (by Peter Bradley, pp 7-14); Brains and Brawn: Cultural Intelligence (CQ)as the ‘Tool of Choice’ in the Contemporary Operating Environment (by Emil y Spencer, pp 15-23); Situational Awareness: Inspiring Operational Clarity (by Wayne M. Renaud and Anthony W. Isenor, pp 24-31); Slaying the Dragon: The Future Security Environment & Limitations of Industrial Age Security (byShaye K. Friesen and Andrew N. Gale, pp 32-37); Canadian Army Tactical Nuc lear Warfare Doctrine in the 1950s: Force Development in the Pre-Professional Era (by Peter Kasurak, pp 38-44); The Joint Support Ship Revisited (by Martin Shadwick, pp 57-60); plus views and opinions. Back-to-back English and French texts. Very good. 12.00

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2 SPENCER, Emily, Dr., ed. In Harm's Way series, 4. HORN, Bernd, intro. In Harm's Way : Grass Roots : Perspectives of Senior Non-Commissioned Officers on Operations.
Canadian Defence Academy Press, Kingston, ON, 2008, ISBN:9780662478140 
SPENCER, Emily, Dr., ed. In Harm's Way : "Grass Roots" : Perspectives of Senior Non-Commissioned Officers on Operations. Edited by Dr. Emily Spencer. [With an introduction by Bernd Horn: "Crucible of Success: The Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Corps"]. (Kingston, ON): Canadian Defence Academy Press, (2008). Pp. (6),i-xxvii,(1),1-205,(1). 8vo, illustrated black and cream card covers, white lettering to front cover, black and white lettering to spine. The fourth volume in the Canadian Forces Leadership Institute's "In Harm's Way" series, continues "the examination of the experiences and lessonslearned by Canadian service personnel while serving on operations at home and abroad". - from rear. Contents: 1. Charles Malchow's "Building for the Future: the Construction of Camp Mirage, Operation Apollo, Rotation Zero"; 2. Craig Leslie Mantle's "Walking The Line and Keeping Them Happy: The Leadership Experiences of CPO1 Eric Carberry on Operation Apollo, Rotation Zero"; 3. J.A. Comeau's "Operation Apollo through the Eyes of the Battle Group RSM, February-July 2002"; 4. Alex Bouzane's "Leadership Lessons Learned"; 5. Mantle's "'Loose Lips Sink Ships': The Leadership Experiences of CPO1 KenMullins on Operation Apollo, Rotation 2"; 6. Mantle's "The Candyman Cometh : The Leadership Experiences of CPO1 (Ret'd) Pat Evans on Operation Apollo,Rotation 3"; 7. T.J.P. Mugford's "Lessons Learned from a Camp Sergeant-Maj or Operation Athena, Rotation Zero, Kabul, Afghanistan"; 8. Thomas J. Secretan's "Leadership Challenges during Formed and Composite Unit Deployments";9. Andre Jutras's "Setting Standards for the Future: Advice from an RSM"; 10. Michael Poirier's "Establishing a Canadian Footprint in Afghanistan: Insight from an RSM during Operation Athena"; 11. Randy Northrup's "Combat Tour in Afghanistan: Lessons Learned from an RSM"; 12. Lee Topp's "Words of Wisdom from a Task Force RSM: Operation Athena, Rotation 3 -- February-August 2005"; 13. Kit Charlebois's "Task Force Afghanistan 2006"; 14. Kurt Grant's "Animosity in the Ranks: The Difficulty in Integrating Reserve Augmentees into Regular Force Battalions". Very good. 20.00

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3 SPENCER, Emily Lipstick & High Heels : War, Gender and Popular Culture. Pbk
Canadian Defence Academy Press, Kingston, ON, 2007, ISBN:9780662462842 
SPENCER, Emily. Lipstick & High Heels : War, Gender and Popular Culture. (Kingston, ON): Canadian Defence Academy Press, (2007). Pp. (10),v-vii,(1),1-263,(3). 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. "Within the western historiography of gender, war and society, there continues to be considerable debate about how the world wars of the twentieth century may have affected genderedrelationships. 'Lipstick and High Heels' contributes to this debate by exa ming if and how the Second World War may have affected the images of women and men in Chatelaine magazine. This vivid account, which covers three formative decades of Canadian history through the lens of the modern Canadian woman, bears witness to the richness of our past and to the complexity of the relationships between war, gender, and popular culture." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. Introduction: Studying Gender, War and Society; 2. The Staff Behind Chatelaine's Modern Woman; 3. Learning to Live with a Man and Love It: Romance in Chatelaine; 4. Hearth and Home: the Cornerstones of Modern Womanhood and the Complements of the Father/Provider; 5. From Female toFeminine: Images of Women at Work; 6. Prescribing the "Ideal": Women, Nati onalism and World Peace; 7. Conclusions: Revisiting Chatelaine's Modern Woman. Very good. 20.00

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