Greenhous, Brereton

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Greenhous, Brereton

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1929-

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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."

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  • French

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