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GENERALSHIP AND THE ART OF THE ADMIRAL:  PERSPECTIVES OF CANADIAN SENIOR MILITARY LEADERSHIP., Horn, Bernd and Harris, Stephen J., eds.  (J.L. Granatstein, Maurice Baril, Romeo Dallaire, Terry Copp, Desmond Morton, Lewis MacKenzie, David Bercuson, Joel Sokolsky, Hal Klepak, Bill McAndrew, W. Don Mcnamara, Ken C. Hague, Ernest B. Beno, et al._
1 Horn, Bernd and Harris, Stephen J., eds. (J.L. Granatstein, Maurice Baril, Romeo Dallaire, Terry Copp, Desmond Morton, Lewis MacKenzie, David Bercuson, Joel Sokolsky, Hal Klepak, Bill McAndrew, W. Don Mcnamara, Ken C. Hague, Ernest B. Beno, et al._ GENERALSHIP AND THE ART OF THE ADMIRAL: PERSPECTIVES OF CANADIAN SENIOR MILITARY LEADERSHIP.
Vanwell, St. Catharines, Ontario, 2001. 
60 pp, 8vo (9 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 155125056X "This collection of (31) essays by Canadian Forces officers, as well as prominent Canadian authors and scholars, expresses the unique Canadian experience and outlook in regard to th e changing nature of leadership in the armed forces. Specifically, the book examines generalship from a number of perspectives such as the historical experience, the nature of higher command, recent operations, civilian-military relations, i n c l u d i n g the interface with the media, and the functional roles and responsiblities of generalship." Fine/Fine 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
GENERALSHIP AND THE ART OF THE ADMIRAL:  PERSPECTIVES OF CANADIAN SENIOR MILITARY LEADERSHIP., Horn, Bernd and Harris, Stephen J., eds.  (J.L. Granatstein, Maurice Baril, Romeo Dallaire, Terry Copp, Desmond Morton, Lewis MacKenzie, David Bercuson, Joel Sokolsky, Hal Klepak, Bill McAndrew, W. Don Mcnamara, Ken C. Hague, Ernest B. Beno, et al._
2 Horn, Bernd and Harris, Stephen J., eds. (J.L. Granatstein, Maurice Baril, Romeo Dallaire, Terry Copp, Desmond Morton, Lewis MacKenzie, David Bercuson, Joel Sokolsky, Hal Klepak, Bill McAndrew, W. Don Mcnamara, Ken C. Hague, Ernest B. Beno, et al._ GENERALSHIP AND THE ART OF THE ADMIRAL: PERSPECTIVES OF CANADIAN SENIOR MILITARY LEADERSHIP.
Vanwell, St. Catharines, Ontario, 2001. 
560 pp, 8vo (9" H), soft cover. ISBN 1551250608 "This collection of (31) essays by Canadian Forces officers, as well as prominent Canadian authors and scholars, expresses the unique Canadian experience and outlook in regard to the changing nature of leadership in the armed forces. Specifically, the book examines generalship from a number of perspectives such as the historical experience, the nature of higher command, recent operations, civilian-military relations, including the interface wi th the media, and the functional roles and responsiblities of generalship." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright. Fine. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
AIR TRAILS PICTORIAL.  SEPTEMBER, 1949.  VOL. XXXII, NO. 6., Lewis, Albert L., ed.  (John MacKenzie, Don Downie, Emil Lehecka, Alfred Owles, Willis Brown, Douglas Rolfe, James Noonan, S. Calhoun Smith, Cristo Russo, D.A. Newell, Walter Musciano, Frank Zaic.)
3 Lewis, Albert L., ed. (John MacKenzie, Don Downie, Emil Lehecka, Alfred Owles, Willis Brown, Douglas Rolfe, James Noonan, S. Calhoun Smith, Cristo Russo, D.A. Newell, Walter Musciano, Frank Zaic.) AIR TRAILS PICTORIAL. SEPTEMBER, 1949. VOL. XXXII, NO. 6.
Street & Smith, Elizabeth, N.J., 1949. 
98 pp, 11 3/16" H, soft cover (magazine format). Profusely illustrated, predominantly in b&w, with photographs, drawings, plans, advertisements. Contents: Powered Soarer; Aerial Hot-Rods; Models + Marquardt = Ramjets; Civil Air Patrol Section; We Fly the Long Midget; Northrop F-89 Black Scorpions; There's No Place in Aviation for the Untrained; Air Progress; The Stinson Story; AT's Post-War Motor Roundup; Three-Views of Foreign Aircraft; We Build the Long Midget; Scale Stuff; Macch i M B - 3 0 8 ; Hydro Hints; Roland D-2 "Wahlfisch"; Model of the Month: The Chief; World's Largest Model Meet; Cub Controller; Record Review. Departments: Showcase; Development Highlights; Air Notes; Airmen of Vision; Solo Club; Dope Can; Sketch B o ok ; Co nt es t Ca lendar; The Last Word. Interior - very light browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light wear at top/bottom of spine, a few small wrinkles on spine. very minor wear at st apl es , l ig ht bro wni ng to edges of textblock, very light browning on spine and rear cover, minor rubbing. Very Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
AIR TRAILS.  SEPTEMBER, 1950.  VOL. XXXIV, NO. 6.  (FORMERLY AIR TRAILS PICTORIAL.), Lewis, Albert L., ed.  (S. Calhoun Smith, J.L. MacKenzie, Frank Tinsley, Doug Rolfe, Carl Wheeley, Walter Musciano, H.A. Thomas, C.H. Grant.)
4 Lewis, Albert L., ed. (S. Calhoun Smith, J.L. MacKenzie, Frank Tinsley, Doug Rolfe, Carl Wheeley, Walter Musciano, H.A. Thomas, C.H. Grant.) AIR TRAILS. SEPTEMBER, 1950. VOL. XXXIV, NO. 6. (FORMERLY AIR TRAILS PICTORIAL.)
Street & Smith, Elizabeth, N.J., 1950. 
90 pp, 11 3/16" H, soft cover (stapled in wraps - magazine format). Profusely illustrated, predominantly in b&w, with photographs, drawings, plans, advertisements. Contents: Showcase; Development Highlights; Air Notes; Phototorial; The Bendix; Ra m-Jet Riders; Your Job in Aviation: Test Pilot; Solo Club; Air Progress: McDonnell; Airmen of Vision; Foreign Aircraft; C.A.P. Newsletter; Pitts-Skelton Aerobatric Bipe; The Little Senator; Dope Can; Overseas Highlights; Comet; Douglas DC-6 ; W h e n R u bber Took Wing; Mirror's 5th Fair; Sketchbook; Motor of the Month: M.E.W. 307; Model of the Month: Junior; Record Review; Sailplane Parade; Club Directory; Contest Calendar. Interior - very light browning to pages, small soft bump t o b ot to m co r ne r of pages, otherwise clean and tight with no ownership marks. Exterior - light wear at top/bottom of spine - minor on spine, light browning to edges of textblock, small soft crease at corners of covers, very light browning on s pi ne an d r ea r c ov er, m inor rubbing. Very Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
PEACEKEEPER:  THE ROAD TO SARAJEVO., MacKenzie, Lewis.
5 MacKenzie, Lewis. PEACEKEEPER: THE ROAD TO SARAJEVO.
Vancouver Douglas & McIntyre 1993 155054098X / 9781550540987 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
345 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). Map endpapers, b&w photographs, maps. "Brave, tough, resourceful, and, rarest of all, blessed with an irreverent sense of humour, (Major-General Lewis) MacKenzie needed all those qualities for the biggest assignment of his military career: striving for peace among the warring factions in the former Yugoslavia. In this riveting memoir, MacKenzie describes how he created Sector Sarajevo, and with a 30-nation UN force set out to liberate the airport to receive desperately needed food and medical supplies. MacKenzie's outstanding and unorthodox leadership catapulted him to the status of an international celebrity, as he used the media - 'the only weapon I had' - to maximum advantage. Against the daily drama of shelling, sabotage, murder and shameless propaganda, motivated by ethnic hatreds, MacKenzie's adventures in Sarajevo read like a war novel - except that it is all tragically true. With the verve of a natural storyteller, (he) also recounts the often bizarre highlights of eight previous peacekeeping tours in the Middle East, Cyprus and Vietnam. From bluffing his way through the Turkish-Cypriot lines to boisterous forays into Saigon's netherworld; from basketball in the Gaza Strip to dodging sniper fire in Sarajevo; from daring diplomatic improvisations to bluntly outspoken criticisms of the UN bureaucracy: here is a veteran peackeeper's frank, funny and unforgettable story." Light wrinkling at bottom of spine/front hinge. Dust jacket has minor rubbing, tiny tear and wrinkling at bottom of front hinge/front panel. 
Price: 16.00 USD
 
 
PEACEKEEPER:  THE ROAD TO SARAJEVO., MacKenzie, Lewis.
6 MacKenzie, Lewis. PEACEKEEPER: THE ROAD TO SARAJEVO.
Vancouver Douglas & McIntyre 1993 155054098X / 9781550540987 First Edition Very Good Very Good+ 
345 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). Map endpapers, b&w photographs, maps. "Brave, tough, resourceful, and, rarest of all, blessed with an irreverent sense of humour, (Major-General Lewis) MacKenzie needed all those qualities for the biggest assignment of his military career: striving for peace among the warring factions in the former Yugoslavia. In this riveting memoir, MacKenzie describes how he created Sector Sarajevo, and with a 30-nation UN force set out to liberate the airport to receive desperately needed food and medical supplies. MacKenzie's outstanding and unorthodox leadership catapulted him to the status of an international celebrity, as he used the media - 'the only weapon I had' - to maximum advantage. Against the daily drama of shelling, sabotage, murder and shameless propaganda, motivated by ethnic hatreds, MacKenzie's adventures in Sarajevo read like a war novel - except that it is all tragically true. With the verve of a natural storyteller, (he) also recounts the often bizarre highlights of eight previous peacekeeping tours in the Middle East, Cyprus and Vietnam. From bluffing his way through the Turkish-Cypriot lines to boisterous forays into Saigon's netherworld; from basketball in the Gaza Strip to dodging sniper fire in Sarajevo; from daring diplomatic improvisations to bluntly outspoken criticisms of the UN bureaucracy: here is a veteran peackeeper's frank, funny and unforgettable story." Slight bump at bottom of spine with a tiny tear at bottom of rear hinge. Dust jacket has minor rubbing, minor crease at bottom of front flap. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
7 MacKenzie, Lewis. PEACEKEEPER: THE ROAD TO SARAJEVO.
HarperCollins, Toronto, 1994. 
546 pp, mass market paperback. ISBN 0006380492 B&w photographs, maps. "In 1992 Major-General Lewis MacKenzie was appointed as Chief of Staff to the United Nations Protection Force in the former Yugoslavia. In the biggest assignment of his militar y career, MacKenzie created Sector Sarajevo and, with a 30-nation UN force, liberated the Sarajevo airport for the delivery of desperately needed food and medical supplies. Against the daily drama of shelling, sabotage, murder and shameless p r o p a g a nda motivated by ethnic hatreds, MacKenzie's adventures in Sarajevo read like a war novel - except that it is all tragically true." Interior - light browning on inside of covers, slight waviness to fore-edge of text block, otherwise cle an a nd t ig ht with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wrinkling, small line indentation on rear cover, faint crease down spine. Very Good+ 
Price: 9.00 USD
 


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