Synopses & Reviews
The first book in a two-part series that examines the unique Canadian experience and outlook in regard to generalship and the art of the admiral.
They were the men who led our nation in war and peace. In world wars, they were the steady hands guiding our forces to victory; in peacekeeping, they helped to establish and preserve order. Over the years they have helped the Canadian Forces to become one of the proudest militaries in the world.
Warrior Chiefs: Perspectives on Senior Canadian Military Leaders is the first book of a two-part series that examines the unique Canadian experience and outlook in regard to Generalship and the Art of the Admiral. This first volume is a compendium of biographies of the nation's most notable military leaders from Confederation to the post-Cold War era. Personalities include: Sir William Otter, Sir Sam Hughes, E.L.M. Burns, G.G. Simonds, Charles Foulkes, Andy McNaughton, J.V. Allard, and J. Dextraze, to name only a few.
About the Author
Lieutenant-Colonel Bernd Horn is a serving officer in the Canadian Forces and former Commanding Officer of the 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment. He is the honorary historian for the Canadian Airborne Forces Museum, the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion Association, and the Airborne Regiment Association of Canada.Stephen Harris, Ph.D., is a military historian with the Department of National Defence Directorate of History and Heritage.