In the Eye of the Storm : A History of Canadian Peacekeeping

By: GAFFEN, Fred

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GAFFEN, Fred. In the Eye of the Storm : A History of Canadian Peacekeeping.(Toronto): Deneau & Wayne, (1987). First Printing. Pp. (10),11-302, + 8 p. of photos. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt letterign to spine. "In this first comprehensive book about the military history of Canadian peacekeeping, Fred Gaffen, a historian with the Canadian War Museum, writes abouthow Canada has committed itself, both in United Nations and non-United Nat ions peacekeeping operations, to preventing, containing, and controlling hostilities in other countries." - from the dust jacket. Contents: Part 1: The Middle East: 1. United Nations Truce Supervision Organization, 2. United Nations Emergency Force I, 3. The Withdrawal of Canada and UNEF I from Egypt, 4. United Nations Yemen Observation Mission, 5. United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus, 6. United Nations Emergency Force II, 7. United nations Disengagement Observer Force, 8. Lebanon, 9. Multinational Force and Observers. Part 2: South Asia: 10. India and Pakistan, 11. Indochina, 12. West New Guinea. Part 3: Africa: 13. The Congo, 14. Nigeria, 15. Other African Countries. Part 4: Latin America: 16. Dominican Republic. With appendices. Short split to head of front outer hinge, occasional pencilled underlining, else good in nicked dj. 15.00

Title: In the Eye of the Storm : A History of Canadian Peacekeeping

Author Name: GAFFEN, Fred

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Deneau & Wayne Publishers, Toronto, 1987, ISBN:0888791585:

Seller ID: 97923

Keywords: CANADA CANADIAN HISTORY MILITARY ARMED FORCES PEACEKEEPING PEACEKEEPERS MIDDLE EAST AFRICA INDIA LEBANON,