Collection 2003/36 - Brereton Greenhous collection

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Brereton Greenhous collection

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  • Textual record
  • Graphic material

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CA ON00093 2003/36

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  • [ca. 1999-2003] (Creation)

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20 cm of textual records
98 photographs : b&w ; 25.5 x 20.5 cm or smaller
11 drawings 4

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Name of creator

(1929-)

Biographical history

Brereton Greenhous (1929-) was a Senior historian with the Directorate of History and an author. Born in England, he served in the British Army, with the Malayan police, and in the Canadian army between 1947 and 1965. He completed a B.A. degree at Carleton University, an M.A. at Queen's University, and two years of pre-doctoral study in Dublin before teaching history at Lakehead University. He joined the Department of National Defence in 1971. An authority on tactical airpower (especially on the aircraft/armour interface), his articles on military history have been published in six countries. He is also the author of "Semper Paratus: The History of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (Wentworth Regiment), 1862-1977", and co-author with W.A.B. Douglas of "Out of Shadows: Canada in the Second World War."

Custodial history

The collection was accumulated and remained at the Directorate of History and Heritage (DHH)

Scope and content

Collection consists of material documenting the research and the selection of images for the book "Canada and the Korean War." Includes photographs, photocopies and electronic copies of photographs, a French proof, bilingual copies of the book before the binding, correspondence and administrative documents.

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  • English
  • French

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Unclassified

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None

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Associated materials

Related material can be found in the Document Collection under the following heading:
Greenhous, Brereton. (39)
The following related material can also be found in the Document Collection:
95/85: Brereton Greenhous, Stephan John Harris, Bill Rawling and William Johnston collection 94/168: Brereton Greenhous and William Johnston collection

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Further accruals are not expected.

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This is a bilingual collection

General note

A copy of the book "Canada and the Korean War" is available in the Directorate of History and Heritage (DHH) Library under DS 919.2 C36 2002. There are other books written or co-authored by Brereton Greenhous in the DHH Library. The 4 computer disks have been withdrawn from circulation. Researchers must use the textual copies. The 2 compact disks contain 370 photographs of the Korean War and are available to researchers with permission from the Archivist.

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Originally titled Canada and the Korean War

General note

A copy of the book "Canada and the Korean War" is available in the Directorate of History and Heritage (DHH) Library under DS 919.2 C36 2002. There are other books written or co-authored by Brereton Greenhous in the DHH Library.

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The 4 computer disks have been withdrawn from circulation. Researchers must use the textual copies.

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The 2 compact disks contain 370 photographs of the Korean War and are available to researchers with permission from the Archivist.

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This is a bilingual fonds.

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