J. Marc Milner
Dr. Marc Milner (Military, War and Naval History) holds his doctorate from the University of New Brunswick.
Dr Milner’s recent books include Battle of the Atlantic (2003), which won the C.P. Stacey Prize for the best book in military history in Canada, and D-Day to Carpiquet: the North Shore Regiment and the Liberation of Europe (2006). He is co-editor of the New Brunswick Military Heritage project book series and since 2005 he has written a regular column for Legion Magazine on Canadian naval history. In 2009 Dr Milner was appointed to the Board of Governors of the Royal Military College of Canada.
He is also the author of North Atlantic Run: The Royal Canadian Navy and the Battle for the Convoys (1985), The U-Boat Hunters: The Royal Canadian Navy and the Offensive Against Germany's Submarines (1994) and Canada's Navy: The First Century (1999). He has edited, Canadian Military History: Selected Readings (1993), co-edited, Military History and the Military Profession (1992), and is the co-author of Corvettes of the Royal Canadian Navy 1939-1945 (1993). He is the author of the popular works HMCS Sackville 1911-1985 (1998) and Incident at North Point (1998), a historical novel.
His articles have appeared in Military Affairs, Acadiensis, RCN in Retrospect, Canadian Defence Quarterly, Horizon Canada, The RUSI Journal, Journal of Strategic Studies, The Canadian Encyclopaedia and elsewhere, and he wrote the Battle of the Atlantic entry for The Oxford Companion to the Second World War (1994).
He was formerly employed with the Directorate of History at the Department of National Defence, Ottawa, and wrote portions of the second volume of the RCAF's official History, and wrote the first narrative for the recently published volumes on official history on the RCN during the Second World War.
Dr Milner is the Director of UNB's Brigadier Milton F. Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society.
Some of Dr Milner's Books:
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