Author Archives: DABooker
Three new essays have been posted in the Oral History section. The links here go directly to the .PDF Officers First, Pilots Second: RCN Aviation and the Cold War by Matthew Schneider April 2, 2013 Remembering a Forgotten War: The … Continue reading
In this Veterans Oral History Essay history student Matthew Schneider examines the role and value of aviation in Canada’s Cold War fleet. Officers First, Pilots Second: RCN Aviation and the Cold War
In this Veterans Oral History Essay history student Cameron Fish compares the perspective gained by interviewing three Korean War veterans with the perspectives presented in other works on this war. Remembering a Forgotten War: The Contribution of Oral History to … Continue reading
In this Veterans Oral History Essay history student Luke Kowalski argues that R.C.A.F. participation at air shows is not only an important way to demonstrate the skill and professionalism of the R.C.A.F., but is also a significant part of public … Continue reading
The report on the Oral History Program given to the RUSI-VI AGM on 13 March 2013 by Paula Skippon has been posted.
Canadian Soldiers in Cyprus: Understanding the human experience of peacekeeping through oral history
In this Veterans Oral History Essay history student Camas Eriksson argues that without oral history we cannot fully understand what Canadian soldiers experienced while serving in Cyprus. Canadian Soldiers in Cyprus