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  • Book Title: Canada
  • ISBN 13: 9782746953031
  • ISBN 10: 274695303X
  • Author: Collectif, Dominique Auzias, Jean-Paul Labourdette
  • Category: Travel
  • Category (general): Travel
  • Publisher: Petit Futé
  • Format & Number of pages: 648 pages, book
  • Synopsis: Envoyez-les nous pour une expertise gratuite. Les Editions Publibook vous éditent et vous offrent leur savoir-faire d'éditeur allié à ... Harricana w , Bernard Clavel (1983). Une fiction située dans le Nord du Québec, chez les trappeurs d' Abitibi.

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Canada s Residential Schools


Canada's Residential Schools, Volume 1: The History, Part 1, Origins to 1939 by Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
English | 2016 | ISBN: 0773546499. 0773546502 | 978 pages | EPUB | 18 MB

Between 1867 and 2000, the Canadian government sent over 150,000 Aboriginal children to residential schools across the country. Government officials and missionaries agreed that in order to œcivilize and Christianize Aboriginal children, it was necessary to separate them from their parents and their home communities.

For children, life in these schools was lonely and alien. Discipline was harsh, and daily life was highly regimented. Aboriginal languages and cultures were denigrated and suppressed. Education and technical training too often gave way to the drudgery of doing the chores necessary to make the schools self-sustaining. Child neglect was institutionalized, and the lack of supervision created situations where students were prey to sexual and physical abusers.

Legal action by the schools former students led to the creation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada in 2008. The product of over six years of research, the Commissions final report outlines the history and legacy of the schools, and charts a pathway towards reconciliation.

Canadas Residential Schools: The History, Part 1, Origins to 1939 places Canadas residential school system in the historical context of European campaigns to colonize and convert Indigenous people throughout the world. In post-Confederation Canada, the government adopted what amounted to a policy of cultural genocide: suppressing spiritual practices, disrupting traditional economies, and imposing new forms of government. Residential schooling quickly became a central element in this policy.

The destructive intent of the schools was compounded by chronic underfunding and ongoing conflict between the federal government and the church missionary societies that had been given responsibility for their day-to-day operation. A failure of leadership and resources meant that the schools failed to control the tuberculosis crisis that gripped the schools for much of this period. Alarmed by high death rates, Aboriginal parents often refused to send their children to the schools, leading the government adopt ever more coercive attendance regulations. While parents became subject to ever more punitive regulations, the government did little to regulate discipline, diet, fire safety, or sanitation at the schools. By the periods end the government was presiding over a nation-wide series of firetraps that had no clear educational goals and were economically dependent on the unpaid labour of underfed and often sickly children.

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Cataloging Books and ISBN

Cataloging Books and ISBN

ISBN stands for International Standard Book Number. It's a unique identifier, which means that every book has its own ISBN that is not repeated for any other book. This allows associating all basic details about a book with its ISBN. Being a numeric value, ISBN can also be associated with another numeric property of a product, bar code. In fact, since 2007, ISBNs contain 13 digits and are directly compatible with EAN-13 bar codes.

The first numeric book identifier was suggested in 1965 in the United Kingdom and contained 9 digits. Upon it, International Standard Organization (ISO) developed the 10-digit ISBN format. ISBN was published as international standard ISO 2108 in 1970. ISBN is compatible with the 9-digit SBN identifier used in the United Kingdom until 1974.

ISBN is assigned to every edition of every published book (reprintings have the same ISBN as the original circulation), including ebooks. This is done by special agencies that manage ISBNs for the given country. In some countries, ISBNs are issued at no cost, while in other countries, a payment is required. For example, in the USA, a single ISBN may cost about $125. In Canada, ISBNs are issued for free.

ISBN is a great means of cataloging books. It is widely used in all sorts of libraries to identify and manage books. You can also search for books using their ISBN numbers at such online stores as amazon.com.

Booknizer is capable of adding books by their ISBNs. Just use the "By barcode/ISBN " option in the "Add book" dialog and enter one or several ISBNs. The book organizer will immediately download some basic information about the books, displaying their covers, titles, authors, and some other details directly in the list. After this, click "Next" to download more information about the books.

If you use the Amazon.com script to download information, Booknizer will automatically download additional information for all books that you add by ISBN. If a different script is used, you may need to select titles from search results manually. This happens for sites that do not support search by ISBN.

It is possible to skip downloading additional information, saving the already downloaded details into the database. To do so, disable the "Download information about the book from the internet" option at the bottom of the "Add book" window.

For periodical publications (magazines), a different standard numeric identifier is used, ISSN (International Standard Serial Number).

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How to Self-Publish in Canada

How to Self-Publish in Canada

Get your book ready to print. Your book will need to be in its final version. You will need to have it edited and formatted for printing. You will also need to have a cover designed. If you cannot do those things yourself, you can look for freelance professionals on a site such as Elance.com.

Register your copyright. You will want to make sure that your book is copyrighted before self-publishing in Canada. You can register your copyright with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office by filling out its copyright form. You will have to pay to register your copyright. The online cost for 2009 is $50 CDN and the by-mail cost for 2009 is $65 CDN. Your copyright application will be reviewed within 10 business days.

Get your International Standard Book Number, or ISBN, number. The ISBN is a unique number that tells booksellers and buyers the details of the book, including publisher. In Canada, ISBNs are free and can be gotten from the Library and Archives Canada. You will need to ask for the application for a new ISBN to get an ISBN for your book.

Get a bar code. If you do not already have a bar code for your book, you will need to get one. While there is software you can buy for this purpose, there is a free barcode generator at Tux.org that you can use. You will need to take the barcode file and have it put on the cover of the book. If you do not know how to do this, your printer will be able to help you.

Announce your book. Before your book is published you need to take care of your Cataloging-in-Publication, or CIP, data. This is simply the bibliographic details of your book. To do this you will need to contact the Library and Archives Canada with your CIP data to get listed in its New Books Service. This service announces your book to agencies in the industry.

Pick a printer. To self-publish your book in Canada you will need to find a printer that can publish your books for you. You can opt for a Print-On-Demand, or POD, printer or an offset printer. With a POD printer, such as Lightning Source, you pay a small up-front cost and books are printed as needed. With an offset printer, such as Trafford Publishing, you select an amount of books you want printed and pay for all of those to be printed up front. They are then printed and delivered to you in Canada. The industry standard for offset print runs is 3,000 copies.

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Book Publishing: ISBN Frequently Asked Questions

ISBN Frequently Asked Questions

by Wendy J. Woudstra  

What is an ISBN?

The ISBN (International Standard Book Number) system was established in 1968 as a standard identification system for books and other monographic publications. Today all book databases use the ISBN to track books, and almost every item found in a bookstore has one. Do I need an ISBN? If you want to make any sales to bookstores, you need to have an ISBN. If you want people to be able to find your book in the Books in Print directory, you need an ISBN. If you are publishing a book, odds are that not having one will do nothing but hurt your sales.
How do I get an ISBN? If you're in the United States. call or write
R.R. Bowker
121 Chanlon Road,
New Providence, NJ 07974
Phone (908) 665-6770 Fax (908) 665-2895
You may also download the application form here.

In Canada contact:
The National Library of Canada
395 Wellington Street
Ottawa, ON
Phone: (819) 994-6872 Fax: (819) 997-7517
Email: isbn@nlc-bnc.ca
Or fill in the form at http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/isbndir/s11-202-e.html

In the United Kindom contact:
The UK ISBN Agency
12 Dyott Street
London WC1A 1DF
Phone:(+44 )0207420 6008

The cost of a block of ISBNs depends on which country you're applying in, but the process is essentially the same. Simply request an ISBN application, and return the completed form with whatever fee is applicable to receive a block. Generally you will receive a block of 10 numbers, but larger blocks are available upon request. (Update Dec. 22, 1999: Bowker has instituted a new fee schedule for US ISBNs. Click for more information )

What do I do with it once I've got it?

The ISBN should be printed on the copyright page, and on the lower right hand corner of the back cover of your book in a font size between 9 and 12 points. If you're using a dust jacket, the ISBN should also be on the upper edge of the left hand flap. If your product includes a disk or cassette, the ISBN should be printed on the label.

Every edition of your title should have a separate ISBN number. A hardcover copy should have a different ISBN than the softcover. An audio version should have a different number again. If you change the cover of your book, or if you make significant changes to it, you should use a new ISBN. There is some disagreement as to whether you should use a new ISBN when you change the price of a book, and there are advantages and disadvantages to doing either, but I believe notifying your wholesalers and Bowker of the change is sufficient.
What if I run out of ISBNs?

This happens from time to time. All you have to do is contact the agency you first got your block from, and request more. You may be required to pay another fee, however, so it is a good idea to get a large enough block the first time around to last you a long long time. ISBNs don't expire, so you've got nothing to lose by requesting the largest block you can.
What do the numbers mean? An ISBN looks like this: ISBN 1-55105-083-8

The hyphens separate the different parts of the number:

1. A 0 or a 1 in this position indicates that the book was published in an English speaking country (Click here for other ISBN Country Codes )
55105. This is the identification number of the publisher
083. Identifies the specific title and edition
8. is the check digit arrived at by following a special algorithm
How Do I Figure Out the Check Digit?

The first 9 digits of your number are your true number - take that number and multiply the first digit by 10, the second by 9, the third by 8, the fourth by 7. and continue till the last digit, which you will multiply by 2.

Add up each of the resulting values to make a total sum.

This sum, plus the check digit must equal the least greatest multiple of 11.

If your sum is 256, the next multiple of 11 after 256 is 264. Since 264-256=8, the check digit is 8.

If the value of the check digit equals 10 make it an X. Thats why you can get an X in the last place of the ISBN. Are the hyphens necessary to decode ISBNs? Hyphens are not necessary to decode an ISBN. If you know the prefix ranges for each country code, you can determine where the hyphens go. In computer applications and databases it can be advantageous to remove the hyphens from the numbers to conserve space, and develop a hyphenation output program to replace them when required.

Since the country prefix for English-language books is either a 1 or a 0, a hyphen will follow the first digit, and since the check number is always one digit, a hyphen will follow the 9th digit. The following table shows where to insert the middle hyphen:

If number ranges are between:

Effective January 1, 2007 the length of the International Standard Book Number (ISBN) will officially change from 10 to 13 digits. Over the next few years, the publishing industry will begin using 13-digit ISBNs, while phasing out the use of 10-digit ISBN�s.

This change will require all segments of the book industry to begin using 13-digit product identifiers when transacting business with their suppliers for books and instructional materials.

During the transition, some publishers will be using dual 10 and 13-digit ISBNs to identify their instructional materials. This will allow retailers to use either number as they make the transition to ISBN-13.

The EAN-13 currently displayed below (and encoded within) the Bookland EAN bar code is already a 13-digit equivalent of the current ISBN-10. This means that effective January 1, 2007, the EAN-13 will become numerically equivalent to the ISBN-13.

Organizations making system changes to handle ISBN-13 are encouraged to anticipate the future need to accommodate (store, view, and exchange) any of the EAN.UCC product identifiers which can be up to 14 digits long.

How can I convert my ISBN-10 into an ISBN-13?
  • Begin with any 10-digit ISBN
  • Eliminate the check digit
  • Add the prefix '978'
  • Calculate a new check digit:

Using the 12-digit number, multiply each digit by the weighting factor shown beneath it in the table above.

Add the resulting values together.

Divide the sum by the modulus (which is always 10).

Using the standard modulus (10), subtract the remainder from 10 to get the check digit (last digit).

Add the check digit to the end of the 12-digit number created in Step 2. The conversion from a 10-digit ISBN to a 13-digit ISBN is complete.

There is one exception to this formula: whenever the remainder is zero (0), the check digit is always zero (0) as well.


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ISBN-13 Barcode Format Support Details

ISBN-13 Barcode Format

International Standard Book Number (ISBN) codes are assigned worldwide to help publishers identify certain works, such as books or audiobooks. The original ISBN format was created in 1965, and ISBN-13 code has been used since 2007. Each country has its own specific entity that assigns ISBN codes, and does not have the right to assign ISBN codes to publishers outside of its own borders.

ISBN-13 is based on EAN-13 (International Article Number) code. Other similar codes are CODE-128 and Codabar. which are used by libraries to mark books.

The ISBN codes, which are assigned as 1, 10, 100, 1,000, 10,000 or 100,000 numbers, identify individual publications and the publisher of the document. ISBN-10 format codes can easily be converted to ISBN-13 codes by simply adding the prefix 978.

ISBN-13 codes break down as follows:

  • The first three numbers, normally 978, which is the EAN;
  • The following two numbers, which is the group identification;
  • A four-digit series which identifies the publisher of the work;
  • Three additional digits which encode the title of the work; and
  • A single check digit at the end of the sequence.

Two- and five-digit add-ons may also be included on a given publication. Two-digit codes are often used to detail the issue number or release date of periodicals such as newspapers and magazines, while five-digit codes are used to provide the price of a book when it is scanned by a barcode reader. The first number of the five-digit price code informs users on the currency used in the price, while the remaining four digits name the full price. For example, 51399 would mean the price of a given book is U.S. $13.99.

The Barcode app can help you customize ISBN-13 barcodes by:

  • Using 978 and 979 prefixes;
  • Adding country-specific price formats for use in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and/or New Zealand; and
  • Using custom ISBN text and number formatting.
  • Manual add-on text control, including 9XXXX codes, is also supported.

Other standard EAN-13 features that are supported by the Barcode app include:

  • Optional +2 and +5 addons;
  • Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) verification and correction;
  • Barcode scale;
  • Add-on text justification;
  • Optional light margin indicators;
  • Configurable add-on distance;
  • Adjustable bars width for printing errors compensation;
  • Manual and automatic bar height modes;
  • Text font customization; and
  • Customizable front and back colors with spot color support for EPS file export.

High-quality PNG and TIFF ISBN-13 barcode images can be exported to your desktop, or dragged-and-dropped into Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, using the Barcode app.

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Bibliography of Canadian military history

Bibliography of Canadian military history Nuclear weapons Edit Leaders Edit Special forces Edit
  • Horn, Bernd; Tony Balasevicius (28 February 2007). Casting light on the shadows: Canadian perspectives on special operations forces . Dundurn Press Ltd.. ISBN 978-1-55002-694-8 . http://books.google.com/books?id=E2ReYRiHmMQC&pg=PP1.  
  • Emily Spencer (2009). The difficult war: perspectives on insurgency and special operations forces . Dundurn Press Ltd.. ISBN 978-1-55488-441-4 . http://books.google.com/books?id=DLFw9wQPBpQC&pg=PP1.  
  • Emily Spencer (24 May 2010). Solving the People Puzzle: Cultural Intelligence and Special Operations Forces . Dundurn Press Ltd.. ISBN 978-1-55488-750-7 . http://books.google.com/books?id=-AoI1GAuGWEC&pg=PP1.  
  • Ibp Usa. Canada Intelligence, Security Activities and Operations Handbook Volume 1 Intelligence Service Organizations, Regulations, Activities . Int'l Business Publications. ISBN 978-0-7397-1615-1 . http://books.google.com/books?id=7jNg1U2tf6wC&pg=PA1.  
Aviation Edit
  • The Arrowheads, "Arrow: The Story of the Avro Arrow from its Evolution to its Extinction", Boston Mills Press, Erin, 1980, ISBN 0-919822-35-5
  • Bashow, David L. "All the Fine Young Eagles", Stoddard, Toronto, 1996, ISBN 0-7737-2976-3
  • Bashow, David L. "Starfighter: A Loving Retrospective of the CF-104 Era in Canadian Fighter Aviation 1961-1986", Fortress Publications, Toronto, 1990 ISBN 0-919195-12-1
  • Edmund Cosgrove; Brick Billing (1 April 2003). Canada's Fighting Pilots . Dundurn Press Ltd.. ISBN 978-0-919614-97-0 . http://books.google.com/books?id=-8J9twhBtuwC&pg=PP1.  
  • Deere, Captain David N. ed. "Desert Cats: The Canadian Fighter Squadron in the Gulf War", Fortress Publications, Stoney Creek, 1991, ISBN 0-919195-13-X
  • Foster, J. A. "Sea Wings: A Pictorial History of Canada's Waterborne Defence Aircraft", Meuthen, Toronto, 1986, ISBN 0-458-80410-X
  • Greenhous, Brereton (2002). The making of Billy Bishop: the First World War exploits of Billy Bishop, VC . Dundurn Press Ltd.. ISBN 978-1-55002-390-9 . http://books.google.com/books?id=huR5poB1g_0C&pg=PP1.  
  • Greenhous, Harris, Johnston, & Rawling, "The Crucible of War 1939-1945: The Official History of the Royal Canadian Air Force Volume 3", University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1994, ISBN 0-8020-0574-8
  • Mills, Carl, "Banshees in the Royal Canadian Navy", Banshee Publication, Willowdale, 1991 ISBN 0-9695200-0-X
  • Pigott, Peter (1996). "Flying Canucks: Famous Canadian aviators" . Hounslow Press. ISBN 0-88882-175-1 . http://books.google.ca/books?id=zvAZer8ZqmYC&printsec=frontcover&dq=Flying+Canucks:+famous+Canadian+aviators&hl=en&ei=Y3GFTZq8CZGH0QGQ5JDRCA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CEAQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q&f=true.  
  • Pigott, Peter (1996). "Flying CanucksII: Pioneers of Canadian Aviation" . Hounslow Press. ISBN 0-88882-175-1 . http://books.google.ca/books?id=k28RSZtM2j0C&lpg=PA11&dq=Flying%20Canucks%3A%20famous%20Canadian%20aviators&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q&f=true.  
  • Shores, Christopher, "History of the Royal Canadian Air Force", Royce Publishing, Toronto, 1984, ISBN 0-86124-160-6
  • Soward, Stuart E. "Hands to Flying Stations Volume 1: A Recollective History of Canadian Naval Aviation 1945-1954", Neptune, Victoria, 1993, ISBN 0-9697229-0-7
Naval Edit
  • Arbuckle, J. Graeme, "Badges of the Canadian Navy", Nimbus, Halifax, 1987, ISBN 0-920852-49-1
  • Burrow, Len & Beaudoin, Emile, "Unlucky Lady: The Life and Death of HMCS Athabaskan", M&S, Toronto, 1987, ISBN 0-7710-1812-6
  • "Canada's Navy Annual", Corvus Publishing, Calgary, 1986
  • Dunmore, Spencer, "In Great Waters: "The Epic Story of the Battle of the Atlantic 1939-1945", M&S, Toronto, 1999, ISBN 0-7710-2929-2
  • Foster, J. A. "Sea Wings: A Pictorial History of Canada's Waterborne Defence Aircraft", Meuthen, Toronto, 1986, ISBN 0-458-80410-X
  • Fraser, Doug, "Postwar Casualty: Canada's Merchant Navy", Pottersfield Press, Lawrencetown Beach, 1997, ISBN 1-895900-07-7
  • Hadley, Michael L (1996). "A nation's navy: in quest of Canadian naval identity" . McGill-Queen's University Press. ISBN 0-7735-1506-2 . http://books.google.ca/books?id=pDFFeppU93MC&lpg=PA339&dq=Canadian%20Forces%20Maritime%20Command&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q&f=true.  
  • Hadley, Michael L. U-Boats Against Canada: German Submarines in Canadian Waters, Mcgill Canada, 1990 ISBN 0-7735-0801-5
  • Harbron, John D. "The Longest Battle: The RCN in the Atlantic 1939-1945", Vanwell, St. Catherines, 1995
  • Johnston, Mac (2008). Corvettes Canada: Convoy Veterans of WWII Tell Their True Stories. Wiley. ISBN 978-0-470-15429-8.
  • Lamb, James B. "A Bloody War", M&S, Toronto, 1990, ISBN 0-7710-4734-7
  • Lamb, James B. "The Corvette War", Signet Books, Scarborough, 1979, ISBN 0-7723-0015-1
  • Lamb, James B. "On the Triangle Run", Totem, Toronto, 1987, ISBN 0-00-217909-1
  • Lynch, Thomas G. "Canada's Flowers: History of the Corvettes of Canada", Nimbus, Halifax, 1983, ISBN 0-920852-15-7
  • Lynch, Thomas G. "The Flying 400: Canada's Hydrofoil Project", Nimbus, Halifax, 1983, ISBN 0-920852-22-X
  • Macpherson, Ken, "The River Class Destroyers of the Royal Canadian Navy", Charles J. Mussen Publishers, Toronto, 1985, ISBN 0-920845-00-2
  • Macpherson, Ken & Burgess, John, "The Ships of Canada's Naval Forces 1910-1993", Vanwell, St. Catherines, 1994, ISBN 0-920277-91-8
  • Mills, Carl, "Banshees in the Royal Canadian Navy", Banshee Publication, Willowdale, 1991 ISBN 0-9695200-0-X
  • Milner, Marc (2010). "Canada's Navy: The First Century" . Univ. of Toronto Press. ISBN 0-8020-9604-2 . http://books.google.ca/books?id=afOEdO8mh1gC&lpg=PP1&dq=Canada's%20Navy%3A&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q&f=true.  
  • Perkins, Dave, "Canada's Submariners 1914-1923", Boston Mills Press, Erin, 1989, ISBN 1-55046-014-5
  • Schull, Joseph. Ships of the Great Days: Canada's Navy in World War II. in series, Great Stories of Canada. Macmillan, Toronto, 1962. 156 p. ill.
  • Snowie, J. Allen, "The Bonnie: HMCS Bonaventure", Boston Mills Press, Erin, 1987, ISBN 0-0919783-40 -6
  • Soward, Stuart E. "Hands to Flying Stations Volume 1: A Recollective History of Canadian Naval Aviation 1945-1954", Neptune, Victoria, 1993, ISBN 0-9697229-0-7
Academies and museums Edit
  • Richard Arthur Preston (1 January 1991). To serve Canada: a history of the Royal Military College since the Second World War . University of Ottawa Press. ISBN 978-0-7766-0327-8 . http://books.google.com/books?id=953E0vPpvOEC&pg=PP1.  
  • Raymond Moriyama (2006). In search of a soul: designing and realizing the new Canadian War Museum . Douglas & McIntyre. ISBN 978-1-55365-207-6 . http://books.google.com/books?id=AzSzkc8q_IMC&pg=PP1.  
  • Dan McCaffery (1 June 2000). Canada's Warplanes: Unique Aircraft in Canada's Aviation Museums . James Lorimer & Company. ISBN 978-1-55028-699-1 . http://books.google.com/books?id=LwZkh0HBC7YC&pg=PP1.  
Law Edit Orders, decorations, and medals Edit See also Edit External links Edit

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About ISBN & ASIN

Information about ASIN, ISBN and UPC/EAN.

ISBN stands for International Standard Book Number. Every book is assigned a unique ISBN-10 and ISBN-13 when published.

ASIN stands for Amazon Standard Identification Number. Almost every product on our site has its own ASIN, a unique code we use to identify it. For books, the ASIN is the same as the ISBN number, but for all other products a new ASIN is created when the item is uploaded to our catalogue.

You'll find an item's ISBN or ASIN on the product detail page alongside further details relating to the item, which may include information such as size, number of pages (if it's a book) or number of discs (if it's a CD).

You can search for an ISBN or an ASIN in our catalogue. If you know the ASIN or ISBN of the item you're looking for, type it into the search box (which can be found near the top of most pages), hit the Go button and, if the item is listed in our catalogue, it'll appear in your search results.

UPC (Universal Product Code) and EAN (International Article Number) are unique codes used to identify a product. They consist of a bar code with a number underneath, usually 12 (UPC) or 13 (EAN) digits long.

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Canadian Aviation Bibliography

Canadian Aviation Bibliography Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF)

Formed 18 February 1920 as the Canadian Air Force, but renamed Royal Canadian Air Force in February 1923.

General Topics

'Above And Beyond: The Canadian's War In The Air, 1939-45' [Order this book from USA]
by Spencer Dunmore
Published by McClelland & Stewart, 1997 ISBN: 0 771029 284
* The experiences of RCAF aircrew in WW2.

History

Campaigns fought are outlined in the Source Book listed above. These include:
WW2, Gulf, Bosnia, Kosovo etc

'Aerodrome Of Democracy - Canada Air Training'
by F. J. Hatch
Published by. 1987 ISBN: 0 660 114437
* History of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan in Canada.

'Wings For Victory' [Order this book from UK]
by Spencer Dunmore
Published by McClelland and Stewart, 1994 ISBN: 0 771029276
* The story of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan in Canada.

'Canadian Flying Operations In South-East Asia 1941-1945'
by T. W. Melnyk
Published by. 1987 ISBN.
* History of RCAF operations against Japan.

'Canadian Wing Commanders Of Fighter Command In World War II'
by ?
Published by. 1986 ISBN.
* In-depth study of 24 Wing Commanders who flew with the RAF.

'Canadians In The Royal Air Force'
by Les Allison
Published by author, 1979 ISBN.
* Experiences and short biographies of Canadians in the RAF in WW2.

'History Of The Royal Canadian Air Force'
by Christopher Shores
Published by Arms & Armour Press, UK, 1984 ISBN: 0 340 56345 1
* Large format history 1908-1984.

'There Shall Be Wings - A History Of The Royal Canadian Air Force'
by Leslie Roberts
Published by Harrap, UK, 1960 ISBN: -
* General history of the RCAF.

'The Royal Canadian Air Force At War 1939-1945' [Order this book from USA] [Order this book from UK]
by Larry Milberry & Hugh Halliday
Published by Vanwell Publishing, 1996 ISBN: 0921022042
* Huge extremely detailed history of the RCAF in WW2.

'The Official History Of The RCAF Vol.II - The Creation Of A National Air Force'
by W. A. B. Douglas
Published by. 1986 ISBN: 0 8020 25846
* Official history of the RCAF at home in the interwar years.

'The Official History Of The RCAF Vol.III - The Crucible Of War 1939-1945' [Order this book from USA]
by Bereton Woodhous, Stephen J. Harris, William Johnston &. Rawlings
Published by University of Toronto Press, 1994 ISBN: 0 8020 05748
* Official history of the RCAF overses in WW2.

'Target U-Boat - Canadians With Coastal Command In The Battle Of The Atlantic'
by ?
Published by. 1986 ISBN.
* The story of Canadians in the RCAF and RAF in the war against the U-boats.

'For Love And Glory: A Pictorial History Of Canada's Air Forces'
by Tony Foster
Published by. 19. ISBN: 0 771032 463
* RFC/RCAF/CAF pictorial history.

'Royal Canadian Air Force' [Order this book from USA]
by ?
Published by Turner Pub Co, 1997 ISBN: 1 563110 237
* Story of the RCAF.

'No.242 Squadron, The Canadian Years'
by Hugh Halliday
Published by. UK, 19. ISBN: 0 92000 2099
* Story of the RAF's all-Canadian fighter squadron.

Organisations

Command structure and commands:
See History section above.

Orders of Battle:
See History section above.

Squadron Histories:
'RCAF: Squadron Histories And Aircraft, 1924-1968'
by Samuel Kostenuk & J. Griffin
Published by Samuel Stevens, Hakkert & Co, Canada, 1977 ISBN: 0 888665 776
* Detailed squadron histories up to 1968.

'RCAF Marine Squadrons 1945-1985' [Order this book from UK]
by Geoffrey D. Pilborough
Published by Canimpex Pub, Canada, 1997 ISBN: 1 898875 170
* Detailed squadron histories to 1985.

See also Squadron Histories section under Canadian Armed Forces.

Support Units:
No source known.

Aircraft Used

Aircraft Designation System:
Initially used British naming system. After WW2 adopted an alpha-numerical system similar to the USAF designation system, but with a 'C' prefix.

No source fully explaining this system is known.

Aircraft Types Used:
No general survey published.

'Canucks Unlimited - Royal Canadian Air Force CF-100 Squadrons and Aircraft, 1952-1963'
by Bob Baglow
Published by Canuck Publications, Canada, 1985 ISBN: 0 9692246 05
* Detailed account of the Avro Canada CF-100 fighter.

'CF-100 Canuck - Canadian Profiles No.5'
by J. Lyzun
Published by Hangar Bookshelf, Canada, 1986 ISBN: 0 920375 049
* 'Squadron/Signal' style coverage of the Avro Canada CF-100.

'CL-13 Sabre - Canadian Profiles No.4'
by ?
Published by Hangar Bookshelf, Canada, 1985 ISBN.
* 'Squadron/Signal' style coverage of the Canadair CL-13 Sabre.

'Fall Of An Arrow'
by Murray Peden
Published by. 1980 ISBN: 0 7737 5105X
* History of the Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow.

'CF-105 Arrow Mk.1' [Order this book from UK]
by T.F. Leversedge
Published by Boston Mills Press, 2000 ISBN: 1 550462938
* Pilot's manual and RCAF planned usage of the Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow.

'Shutting Down The National Dream - A. V. Roe And The Tragedy Of The Arrow'
by G. Stewart
Published by. 1989 ISBN.
* History of Avro Canada, the CF-105 Arrow and it's controversial cancellation.

'The Canadair Sabre'
by Larry Milberry
Published by Canav Books, Canada, 1986 ISBN: 0 9690703 73
* Detailed large format history of the Canadair Sabre.

'The Canadair North Star'
by Larry Milberry
Published by Canav Books, Canada, 1984 ISBN.
* Full history of the Canadian airliner.

'Starfighter'
by Carl Mills
Published by Banshee Publications, Canada, 199? ISBN.
* Full history of Canadian use of the CF-104.

'Harvard! The North American Trainer'
by Carl Mills
Published by Banshee Publications, Canada, 199? ISBN.
* Full history of Canadian use of the T-6 Harvard.

Aircraft Serial Numbers:
Used one to five digit numerical serials in the range 1-30000+. Ex-RAF aircraft often retained their RAF serial number.

'Canadian Military Aircraft: Serials And Photographs 1920-1968'
by John A. Griffin
Published by Canadian War Museum, 1969 ISBN.
* Lists all serial batches used by Canadian military aircraft.

Ground Instructional/Maintenance Serials:
Not used.

Individual Aircraft Histories:
No source known.

Current Disposition:
Not applicable.

Accidents & Operational Losses:
No source known.

Markings

National Insignia Variations:
Identical to RAF aircraft October 1921 until 1945. Maple leaf insiginia introduced January 1946.

Camouflage and Markings:
No source known.

Unit Insignia:
No single source known.

Unit codes:
Two letter codes introduced 1938, changed in 1939, used postwar until 1956; also 3 letter codes and personal codes.

'Squadron Codes 1937-56' [Order this book from USA]
by Micheal JF Bowyer & John DR Rawlings
Published by Patrick Stephens Ltd, 1979 ISBN: 0 85059 364 6
* Comprehensive listing of all known code letters.

Facilities

Home Air Bases:
'Sgt. Sargent's Trenton - RCAF Base 1941-5'
by J. William Trenton
Published by. 1985 ISBN: 0 920497 063
* Humorous account of life af RCAF Trenton in WW2.

Histories of other individual bases are not available.

Overseas Air Bases:
See RAF for sources.

Miscellaneous

'Painting Planes: The Aviation Art Of Don Connolly'
by Don Connolly
Published by. 1983 ISBN.
* Portfolio of 30 paintings of RCAF aircraft.

Aces:
'Aces High' [Order this book from USA] [Order this book from UK]
by Christopher Shores & Clive Williams
Published by Grub Street, 1994 ISBN: 1 898697 00 0
* Short biographies of 1200 British and Commonwealth aces of WW2.

'Aces High Vol.2' [Order this book from UK]
by Christopher Shores
Published by Grub Street, 1998 ISBN: 1 90230 4039 0
* Further short biographies of British and Commonwealth aces of WW2.

'Air Aces: The Life And Times Of Twelve Canadian Fighter Pilots'
by Dan MacCaffery
Published by. 19. ISBN: 1 550283 219
* Biographies of 12 Canadian fighter pilots in WW2.

People:
'Spitfire: The Canadians' [Order this book from UK]
by Robert Bracken
Published by Boston Mills Press, 1996 ISBN: 1 550461 486
* Memories of Canadian Spitfire pilots inWW2.

'Spitfire II: The Canadians' [Order this book from UK]
by Robert Bracken
Published by Boston Mills Press, 2000 ISBN: 1 550462 679
* More memories of Canadian Spitfire pilots inWW2.

'A Thousand Shall Fall'
by Murray Penden
Published by. 1989 ISBN: 0 7737518 15
* Autobiography of a Canadian bomber pilot in WW2.

'Missing In Action: An RCAF Navigators Story' [Order this book from USA]
by John D. Harvie
Published by McGill Queens Univ Press, 1995 ISBN: 0 773513 507
* Autobiography of a Canadian navigator in WW2.

'Blue Skies'
by Bill Olmstead
Published by. 1989 ISBN: 0 7737521 37
* Autobiography of a Canadian Spitfire pilot in WW2.

'The Long And The Short And The Tall'
by Robert Collins
Published by. 1987 ISBN: 0 88833 1878
* Autobiography of Canadian pilot in the WW2 RAF.

'The Tumbling Sky'
by Hugh Halliday
Published by. 1981 ISBN.
* Canadian fighter aces in WW2.

'I'll Never Forget'
by ?
Published by. ISBN.
* Canadian airmen in WW2.

'Lucky Thirteen'
by Hugh C. Godefroy
Published by. 1983 ISBN.
* RCAF pilot in WW2.

'Invasions Without Tears: The Story Of Canada's Top Scoring Spitfire Pilot' [Order this book from USA]
by Monty Berger & Brian Jeffrey Street
Published by Random House, 1995 ISBN: 0 394222 776
* RCAF Spitfire pilot in WW2.

'The Cream Of The Crop: Canadian Aircrew 1939-1945'
by Allan D. English
Published by McGill Queens Univ Press, 19. ISBN: 0 773513 981
* RCAF memories from WW2.

'Til We Meet Again: Recapturing Moments Of The RCAF In World War II' [Order this book from USA]
by John McQuarrie & David O'Malley
Published by Howell Press, 1992 ISBN: 0075513013
* RCAF memories from WW2.

'Cradle Crew: Royal Canadian Air Force, World War II' [Order this book from USA]
by Kenneth K. Blyth
Published by Sunflower University Press, 1997 ISBN: 0 897452 178
* Story of one Halifax crew with No.6 Group Bomber Command.

'You Have Control Sir: My Years In The Commonwealth Air Training Plan 1940-1945'
by Arnold Warren
Published by. 19. ISBN: 1 896266 86 X
* RCAF instructor pilot in BCATP during WW2.

'Flying Canucks: Fifty Canadian Aviators' [Order this book from USA]
by Peter Pigott
Published by Hounslow Press, 1994 ISBN: 0 888821 75 1
* Canadian aircrew memories.

'Flying Canucks II: Pioneers Of Canadian Aviation' [Order this book from USA]
by Peter Pigott
Published by Hounslow Press, 1997 ISBN: 0 888821 93 X
* More Canadian aircrew memories.

'Woody: A Fighter Pilot's Album'
by Larry Milberry
Published by. 1987 ISBN: 0 9690703 81
* Biography of Vernon Woodward, WW2 fighter ace.

Aerobatic Teams:
'Golden Hawks - Royal Canadian Air Force'
by ?
Published by. 1986 ISBN.
* Pictorial history of the RCAF display team.

Royal Canadian Navy (RCN)

Air arm formed in 1945 from ex-Royal Navy personnel and equipment.

General Topics

No sources known.

History

'A History Of Canadian Naval Aviation 1918-1962'
by J. D. F. Kealy & E. C. Russell
Published by Department of National Defence, Canada, 1965 ISBN: -
* Detailed official history.

'Sea Wings: A Pictorial History Of Canada's Waterborne Defence Aircraft'
by J. Anthony Foster
Published by. 1988 ISBN: 0 458 80410X
* Pictorial history of RCN aircraft.

Organisations

Orders of Battle:
See History section above.

Squadron Histories:
'The Squadrons of the Fleet Air Arm' [Order this book from UK]
by Ray Sturtivant & Theo Ballance
Published by Air Britain (Historians) Ltd, 1994 ISBN: 0 85130 223 8
* Includes brief histories of 870, 871, 880, 881 and 883 squadrons, with aircraft types used, bases, CO's etc - fully indexed.

No histories known for HS50, VU33, VU32, HU21 or VX10.

Aircraft Used

Aircraft Types Used:
No single source known.

'Banshees In The Royal Canadian Navy' [Order this book from USA]
by Carl A. Mills
Published by Carl A. Mills, Canada, 1991 ISBN: 0 969520 00X
* Full history of Canadian Navy use of the McDonnell F2H Banshee.

Aircraft Serial Numbers:
Aircraft numbered in a separate series from RCAF aircraft. Aircraft delivered from Britain of the USA often retained their original serial number.

No source listing all serials is known.

Individual Aircraft Histories:
No source known.

Accidents & Operational Losses:
No source known.

Markings

National Insignia Variations:
Maple leaf insignia differed slightly from the RCAF marking.

Camouflage and Markings:
No source known.

Unit insignia:
No source known.

Unit Codes:
See 'The Squadrons of the Fleet Air Arm' above.

Facilities

Home Air Bases:
No known history of Dartmouth, NS, (HMCS Shearwater).

Overseas Air Bases:
See British Fleet Arm Arm.

Ships:
See 'The Squadrons of the Fleet Air Arm' above for brief details.

'Aircraft Carriers of the Royal Navy and Commonwealth Navies' [Order this book from UK]
by David Hobbs
Published by Greenhill Books, 1996 ISBN: 1 85367 252 1
* Extremely comprehensive directory.

No individual histories known for HMCS Warrior (1946-1956), HMCS Magnificent (1948-1957) or HMCS Bonaventure (1957-1971).

Miscellaneous

Aces:
'A Formidable Hero: The Last Battle'
by Larry Milberry
Published by. 1987 ISBN: 0 9690703 9X
* The story of FAA pilot and VC winner R.H. 'Hammy' Gray.

Canadian Army

Aviation branch formed during the 1950s.

No sources known.

Source:

www.aeroflight.co.uk

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