Terry Copp

Canadian Military Historian

List of Published Works


Montreal at War 1914-1918. Open-access interactive eBook. www.montrealatwar.ca. 2017.

Cinderella Army: The Canadians in Northwest Europe 1944-1945. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007.

Fields of Fire: The Canadians in Normandy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2003.

No Price Too High: Canadians in the Second World War, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1995.

Guide Canadien des Champs de Bataille de Normandie. Waterloo: WLU Press, 1994.

The Brigade: The Fifth Canadian Infantry Brigade, 1939-1945. Stoney Creek: Fortress Publications, 1992.

The IUE in Canada. Elora: Cumnock Press, 1980.

Le Site au Canada. Elora: Cumnock Press, 1980. (Translation of The IUE In Canada)

Class ouvriere et Pauvrete. Montreal: Boreal Express, 1978. (Translation of The Anatomy of Poverty)

The Anatomy of Poverty: The Condition of the Working Class in Montreal. McClelland and Stewart, 1974.

Co-Authored Works

and Mike Bechthold. The Canadian Battlefields in Belgium, Netherlands and Germany: A Visitor’s Guide. Waterloo: WLU Press, 2011.

and Mike Bechthold. The Canadians Battlefields in Normandy: A Visitor’s Guide. Waterloo: WLU Press, 2008.

and Shelagh and Dennis Whitaker. Normandy: The Real Story. Presidio Press, 2004.

and Bill McAndrew.  Battle Exhaustion: Soldiers and Psychiatrists in the Canadian Army 1939-1945. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1990.

and Robert Vogel. Maple Leaf Route: Victory. Alma: Maple Leaf Route, 1988.

and Robert Vogel. Maple Leaf Route: Scheldt. Alma: Maple Leaf Route, 1985.

and Robert Vogel. Maple Leaf Route: Antwerp. Alma: Maple Leaf Route, 1984.

and Robert Vogel. Maple Leaf Route: Falaise. Alma: Maple Leaf Route, 1983.

and Robert Vogel. Maple Leaf Route: Caen. Alma: Maple Leaf Route, 1983.

and Desmond Morton. Working People, Ottawa: Deneau and Greenberg, 1980.

and T.D. Tait. The Canadian Response to War, 1914-1917. Copp-Clark, 1969.

and Marcil Hamelin. Confederation: 1987, Copp-Clark, 1966

Edited Works

1st Canadian Radar Battery 1944–45. Waterloo: WLU Press, 2010.

with Mark Humphries. Combat Stress: The Commonwealth Experience. Kingston: Canadian Defence Academy, 2009.

Guy Simonds and the Art of Command. Kingston: Canadian Defence Academy, 2007.

with Gordon Brown. Look To Your Front: Regina Rifles: A Regiment at War, 1944-1945. Waterloo: LCMSDS Press, 2001.

Montgomery’s Scientists: Operational Research in Northwest Europe. Waterloo: WLU Press, 2000.

Industrial Unionism in Kitchener, 1937-47. Elora, 1976.

Articles, Essays, & Chapters in Books

“Combat Stress: The Commonwealth Experience.” Canadian Military History 18:3 (2009): 3-7.

“21st Army Group in Normandy: Towards a New Balance Sheet.” John Buckley (Ed) Normandy: Sixty Years On. London: Cass, 2006.

Nation at War 1939–1945: Essays from Legion Magazine. Waterloo: WLU Press, 2004.

“Operation Spring: an Historian’s View.” Canadian Military History 12: 1-2 (2003): 63-70.

“The Defence of Hong Kong: December 1941.” Canadian Military History 10:4 (2001): 5-20.

“Le Regiment De Maisonneuve: a Profile Based on Personnel Records.” Canadian Military History 8: 4 (1999): 17-25.

“General Simonds Speaks: Canadian Battle Doctrine in Normandy.” Canadian Military History 82 (1999): 69-80.

“Official History in the 1990’s.” Canadian Military History 7:3 (1998): 58-60.

“Operation Research and 21 Army Group.” Canadian Military History 3:1 (1994): 71-84.

“Counter-Mortar Operational Research in 21 Army Group.” Canadian Military History 3: 2 (1994): 45-52.

“Fifth Brigade at Verrieres Ridge.” Canadian Military History 1: 1-2 (1992): 45-63.

“Return to Dieppe: September 1944.” Canadian Military History 1: 1-2 (1992): 71-78.

“The Child Welfare Movement in Montreal 1897-1914” in D.C.M. Platt (ed) Social Welfare, 1850-1950: Australia, Argentina and Canada Compared, London: Macmillan, 1989.

“Battle Exhaustion and the Canadian Soldier in Normandy,” British Army Review, April 1987.

“The Health of the People: Montreal in the 1930’s,” in Norman Bethune: His Life, His Legacy, Canadian Public Health Association, Ottawa, 1982.

“No Lack of Rational Speed: First Canadian Army September 1944,” Terry Copp and Robert Vogel, Journal of Canadian Studies, Fall-Winter 1981.

“Public Health,” chapter in Medicine in Canadian Society, E.B. Shortt, (ed.), Montreal: McGill-Queens, 1980.

“Montreal’s Municipal Government and the Crisis of the 1930’s,” Artibise and Stelter, The Useable Urban Past, Toronto: Macmillan, 1979.

“The Pattern of Industrial Unionism in Four Ontario Towns 1937-1951,” Bulletin, Canadian Committee on Labour History, #6, Autumn, 1978.

“The Montreal Working Class in Prosperity and Depression,” Canadian Issues, Vol. I, No. 1, 1976.

“The Condition of the Working Class in Montreal 1897-1920.” Canadian Historical Association Historical Papers, 1972. (Reprinted in Horne and Sabourin, Studies in Canadian Social History, McClelland and Stewart, 1974).

“The Whig Interpretation of Canadian History,” Canadian Dimension, 1969. (Reprinted in G. Milburn (ed) Teaching History in Canada, McGraw-Hill, 1972).

“The Rise of Industrial Unions in Montreal,” WLU Research Papers No.8126. A revised version of this article was published in Relations Industrielle, Vo. 37, #4

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