Comment and Articles
As an advocate of discussion and debate of Canadian defence and foreign policy, RUSI Vancouver will share opinions and observations from academia, the media, and respected historians. The result is the new ‘Comment’ category that will provide this service to our members.
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to the website on published topics.
Researching Fallen of World War One
at Mountain View Cemetery, Vancouver
by Cameron Cathcart
Canadian veterans' graves marked in California
By Cameron Cathcart
Western US. Zone executive members (from left) Douglas Lock, Charles Brechin and Robert Edmonds
stand by the cenotaph at Inglewood Park Cemetery.
Daphne Bramham: DND building sits empty nearly a year after its official 'opening'
By Daphne Bramham
Published on: August 18, 2017
The empty defence building in the 1700-block of West 1st in Vancouver.
Francis Georgian / PNG
The Defence Policy Review
A Positive but Minimal Effort
By Keith Maxwell, OMM, CD Colonel (retired)
Vice-President, RUSI Vancouver
"FROM NOTES AND WELL REMEMBERED INCIDENCES" by Fred L. Coxen
World War I from the journal of Captain Fred G. Coxen RFA (Royal Field Artillery)
From the PREFACE:
"My purpose for writing this book was to honor my grandfather by telling his story. In addition I wanted to impart to the reader the experiences, as well as the conditions of war, and what it was like trying to survive each day.
"The story is based on the World War 1 journal written by Captain Frederick G. Coxen, who served in the Royal Field Artillery (RFA) and the Royal Air Force (RAF) from 1905 to 1919."