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Brereton Greenhous

Posted by Dundurn Guest on October 30, 2014

Brereton Greenhous

Brereton Greenhous worked for twenty-five years in the Department of National Defence's Directorate of History. He has authored, co-authored, or edited a dozen books on Canadian military history, including Out of the Shadows: Canada in the Second World War and "C" Force to Hong Kong: A Canadian Catastrophe, 1941-1945.

James McWilliams

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014

James McWilliams

James L. McWilliams’ experience in the Army, historical research, and exploring the world led to a writing career. He has co-authored three First World War histories, The Suicide Battalion, Gas! The Battle For Ypres, 1915 and Amiens and created the historical-adventure series The MacHugh Memoirs.

R. James Steel

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014

R. James Steel

R. James Steel and James McWilliams are avid military historians. Steel has collaborated with James McWilliams on two previous books, World War I: The Suicide Battalion (1978, 1990) and Gas! The Battle for Ypres, 1915 (1989), as well as a unit history, The Battery (1996). Steel is also the author of The Men Who Marched Away: Canada's Infantry in World War I, 1914-1918 (1989).

Kevin R. Shackleton

Posted by Kendra on December 6, 2014

Kevin R. Shackleton

Kevin R. Shackleton lives with his family in Newmarket, Ontario, where he works as a senior associate advisor with RBC Investments. His life-long interest in the history of warfare included a course with Dr. Jack Hyatt while obtaining his MA at the University of Western Ontario.

George H. Cassar

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014

George H. Cassar

George H. Cassar, who obtained his Ph.D. from McGill University, is a leading authority on the First World War. He has written many books on the subject, including Kitchener's War: British Strategy from 1914-1916, and Lloyd George at War, 1916-1918. He lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Bruce Cane

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014

Bruce Cane

Bruce Cane began writing about military history while a curatorial assistant at Historic Fort York, Toronto. Today, he writes technical manuals by day and pursues his passion for First World War history by night. Bruce lives with his family in Brooklin, Ontario.