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This bibliography not only lists all the sources used in the creation of the Homefront in Alberta Web site, but it also provides suggestions for further reading.

Adachi, Ken. The Enemy that Never Was: A History of the Japanese Canadians. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1991.

Alberta Online Encyclopedia. "Alberta Internments." (accessed September, 2007).

The Alberta Teachers’ Association. “World War II.”
(accessed September, 2007).

Bannister, Lisa, Ed. Equal to the Challenge: An Anthology of Women’s Experiences during WW2. Ottawa: Department of National Defence, 2001.

Barnett, Enid. Keynes’s How to Pay for the War in Canada: The Story of Compulsory Savings, 1939-1944.Kingston, Ontario: Harbinger House Press, 2001.

Barris, Ted. Behind the Glory: Canada’s Role in the Allied Air War. Toronto: Thomas Allen Publishers, 2005.

The Battle of Britain History Site. "The Battle of Britain." (accessed September, 2007).

Bilson, Geoffrey. The Guest Children: The Story of British Child Evacuees Sent to Canada During World War II. Saskatoon: Fifth House, 1988.

Boas, William S. Canada in World War II: Post-War Possibilities. Montreal: William Boas & Co., 1945.

Byfield, Ted, ed. Alberta in the 20th Century: The War That United the Province. Edmonton: United Western Communications, 2000.

Canadian Communications Foundation. “CBC English Radio Networks.”
(accessed October, 2007).

Canadian War Museum. “The Halifax VE Day Riots, 7-8 May 1945.” Democracy at War: Canadian Newspapers and the Second World War. (accessed October 17, 2007).

Canadian War Museum. “Life on the Homefront: Veterans and Veterans’ Programmes.” Democracy at War: Canadian Newspapers and the Second World War.(accessed October 22, 2007).

Canadian War Museum. “Going Home 1945–1946.” (accessed October 22, 2007).

Carter, David. POW – Behind Canadian Barbed Wire: Alien, Refugee, and Prisoner of War Camps in Canada 1914–1946. Elkwater: Eagle Butte Press, 1998.

Caton, Susan Turnbull. “Fashion and War in Canada, 1939-1945.” Fashion: A Canadian Perspective, ed. Alexandra Palmer. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004.

Choko, Marc H. Canadian War Posters: 1914–1918, 1939–1945. Laval, Quebec: Editions du Meridien, 1994.

Dawe, Michael J.  Red Deer: An Illustrated History. Red Deer: Red Deer and District Museum Society, 1996.

Department of Veterans Affairs. “Back to ‘Civvy’ Street: Post-war Veteran Re-establishment.” (accessed October 22, 2007).

Doolittle, Lisa. “The Trianon and on: Reading Mass Social Dancing in the 1930s and 1940s in Alberta, Canada.” Dance Research Journal, Vol. 33, No. 2, Winter, 2001.

Duda, Danial. “Ideological Battles in Medicine Hat: The Deaths of August Plaszek and Karl Lehmann.” For King and Country: Alberta in the Second World War, ed. K.W. Tingley. Edmonton: Provincial Museum of Alberta and Reidmore Books, 1995.

Durflinger, Serge. “A Touch of Home: The War Services of the Salvation Army.” Dispatches, Issue 12, May, 2000.

Evans, Gary. John Grierson and the National Film Board: The Politics of Wartime Propaganda. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1984.

Gilmour, Bob. “The Homefront in the Second World War.” Edmonton: The Life of a City, eds. Bob Hesketh and Frances Swyripa. Edmonton: NeWest Publishers, 1996.
Gould, Ed. All Hell for a Basement: Medicine Hat, 1883–1983. Medicine Hat: The City of Medicine Hat, 1981.

Goa, David J. “Redeeming the War on the Homefront: Alberta’s Japanese Community During the Second World War and After.” For King and Country: Alberta in the Second World War, ed. Ken Tingley. Edmonton: Provincial Museum of Alberta and Reidmore Books, 1995.

Granatstein J.L. and Morton, Desmond. Canada and the Two World Wars.  Toronto: Key Porter Books, 2003.

Graves, Donald E. South Albertas: A Canadian Regiment at War. Toronto: Robin Brass Studio, 1998.

Herzog, Lawrence. “Garneau Theatre a Modern Masterpiece.” It’s Our Heritage. Vol. 24, No. 29, July 20, 2006.

———. “The Early Days of Edmonton Theatre.” It’s Our Heritage. Vol. 20, No. 18, May 2, 2002.

———. “The Golden Age of Cinema in Edmonton.” It’s Our Heritage. Vol. 24, No. 8, February 23, 2006.

Janzen, William and Greaser, William. Sam Martin Went to Prison: The Story of Conscientious Objections and Canadian Military Service. Winnipeg: Kindred Press, 1990.

Kelly, John Joseph. “Der Deutsche Kriegsgefangener auf Alberta: Alberta and the Keeping of German Prisoners of War, 1939–1947.” For King and Country: Alberta in the Second World War, ed. K.W. Tingley.Edmonton: Provincial Museum of Alberta and Reidmore Books, 1995.

Kennedy, Paul. Strategy and Diplomacy 1870–1945. London: HarperCollins, 1992.

Keshen, Jeffrey. Saints, Sinners and Soldiers: Canada’s Second World War. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2004.

_______. “Getting It Right the Second Time Around: The Reintegration of Canadian Veterans of World War II,” The Veterans Charter and Post-World War II Canada, eds. Peter Neary and J.L Granatstein. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1998.

Kostek, M.A. A Century and Ten: The History of Edmonton Public Schools. Edmonton: Edmonton Public Schools, 1992.

Langford, Nanci. Politics, Pitchforks, and Pickle Jars: 75 Years of Organized Farm Women in Alberta. Calgary: Detselig Enterprises Ltd., 1997.

Lautenschlager, Janet. “Volunteering: A Traditional Canadian Value." Canadian Heritage. (accessed September, 2007).

Leonard, David. W. The Grande Prairie of the Great Northland: The Evolution of a County, 1805–1951. Grande Prairie: County of Grande Prairie, 2005.

Macleod, Rod. “Edmonton’s Story: War and Oil: 1940-1972.” Edmonton: A City Called Home. 2004. Edmonton Public Library. (accessed October, 2007).

MacPherson, Ian and Thompson, John Herd. “An Orderly Reconstruction: Prairie Agriculture in World War Two.” Canadian Papers in Rural History, Vol. 4, ed. Donald H. Akenson.Gananoque, Ontario: Langdale Press, 1984.

Matejko, Joanna. “The Polish Experience in Alberta.” Peoples of Alberta: Portraits of Cultural Diversity, eds. Howard and Tamara Palmer. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1985.

Merta, Charles. Knights of Columbus in Alberta, 1907–1980: A Dedicated History. Alberta: Knights of Columbus, 1980.

Morton, Desmond. A Military History of Canada: From Champlain to Kosovo. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart Inc, 1999.

Moyles, R. G. “Not Just Another Church”: A History of the Salvation Army in Edmonton 1893–1993. Edmonton: The Salvation Army Edmonton Temple, 1992.

Pickles, Katie. Female Imperialism and National Identity: Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2002.

Palmer, Howard and Tamara. “The Religious Ethic and the Spirit of Immigration: The Dutch in Alberta.” Peoples of Alberta: Portraits of Cultural Diversity, eds. Howard and Tamara Palmer. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1985.

Pierson, Ruth Roach. “They’re Still Women After All”: The Second World War and Canadian Womanhood. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1986.

Regehr, T.D. Mennonites in Canada, 1939–1970: A People Transformed. Vol. 3. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996.

Saunders, Kay and Daniels, Roger. Alien Justice: Wartime Internment in Australia and North America. Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 2000.

Sunahara, Ann and David. “The Japanese in Alberta.” Peoples of Alberta: Portraits of Cultural Diversity, eds. David and Tamara Palmer. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1985.

Shiels, Bob. Calgary: A Not Too Solemn Look at Calgary's First 100 Years. Calgary: The Calgary Herald, 1974.

Stuart, Ross. History of Prairie Theatre: The Development of Theatre in Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan, 1833–1982. Toronto: Simon & Pierre, 1984.

Thomas, Lewis Gwynne. The University of Alberta in the War of 1939–45. Edmonton: University of Alberta, 1948.

Tingley, Ken, ed. For King and for Country: Alberta in the Second World War. Edmonton: Provincial Museum of Alberta, 1995.

Veterans Affairs Canada. “Women’s Contribution during Wartime.”
(accessed September, 2007).

Veterans Affairs Canada. “Victory 1945.” (accessed October 17, 2007).

Viel, Aimée. Lethbridge on the Homefront: 1939 to 1945. Lethbridge: Lethbridge Historical Society, 1998.

Waiser, Bill. Park Prisoners: The Untold Story of Western Canada’s National Parks, 1915–1946. Saskatoon: Fifth House Ltd, 1995.

Walters, Marylu. CKUA: Radio Worth Fighting For. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2002.

Whalen, James M. “The Scrap That Made a Difference.” Legion Magazine, November/December, 1998. (accessed September, 2007).

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