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Author:
Desmond Morton
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978-0802052285
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0802052282
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University of Toronto Press; First Edition edition (1970)
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Politics & Government
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Morton was the Hiram Mills Professor of History at McGill University, as well as the past director of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada . Ministers and Generals: Politics and the Canadian Militia, 1868–1904, ISBN 0-8020-5228-2, (1970).

Morton was the Hiram Mills Professor of History at McGill University, as well as the past director of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, in Montreal, Quebec. Following his retirement, he continued to serve at McGill as a professor emeritus. Prior to that, he was Principal of Erindale College, University of Toronto, from 1986 to 1994. The Last War Drum: The North West Campaign of 1885 (1972).

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Volume24, Issue4, mars 1971, p. 609–611. Browse the articles in this issue. University of Toronto Press, 1970. Gravel, Jean-Yves "MORTON, Desmond, Ministers and Generals.

Desmond Dillon Paul Morton OC CD FRSC (born 1937) is a Canadian historian who specializes in the history of the Canadian military, as well as. .Ministers and Generals: Politics and the Canadian Militia, 1868–1904. ISBN 0-8020-5228-2, (1970).

Born in Calgary, Alberta, Morton is the son of a Brigadier General, and the grandson of General Sir William Dillon Otter.

Ministers and generals. politics and the Canadian militia, 1868-1904. Includes bibliographical references. Published 1970 by University of Toronto Press in . Written in English. Based on the author's thesis, University of London.

Desmond Dillon Paul Morton, OC, FRSC, CD (born 1937) is a Canadian historian who specializes in the history of the . Ministers and Generals: Politics and the Canadian Militia, 1868–1904 ISBN 0-8020-5228-2, (1970).

Ministers and Generals: Politics and the Canadian Militia, 1868–1904 ISBN 0-8020-5228-2, (1970). Roy, ed. Telegrams of the North-West Campaign of 1885 (Toronto: Champlain Society, 1972).

The nation that will insist upon drawing a broad line of distinction between the fighting man and the thinking man is liable to find its fighting done by fools and its thinking by cowards. - Sir William Francis Butler. Ministers and Generals: Politics and the Canadian Militia, 1868-1904. com All books by Desmond Morton I've read this book. This book is part of: The November 2001 revision of the Canadian Army reading list. This is not an official government web site.

Desmond Morton decisively dispels the notion that we are a nation without warriors. enables the reader to discover the inherent trends in Canada’s defence strategies, and the significant formative impact that the armed services have had on Canada. A welcome and important addition to Canadian historical literature. A professor emeritus of history from the University of Toronto, Desmond Morton was also founding director of McGill’s Institute for the Study of Canada.

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