|Foreword by Major-General (Retired) Lewis W. MacKenzie||7|
|Introduction by Bernd Horn||11|
|PART I ESTABLISHING A DISTINCT CANADIAN WAY OF WAR|
|1||La Petite Guerre: A Strategy of Survival Bernd Horn||21|
|2||“They Really Conducted Themselves Remarkably Well”: Canadian Soldiers and the Great War, 1783 to 1815 John R. Grodzinski||57|
|3||A Modicum of Professionalism: The Canadian Militia in the Nineteenth Century John R. Grodzinski||99|
|PART II FIGHTING ABROAD|
|4||The Primacy of National Command: Boer War Lesson Learned Bernd Horn and Ronald G. Haycock||137|
|5||Canadian Military Effectiveness in the First World War Andrew B. Godefroy||169|
|6||A Canadian Way of War: 1919 to 1939 Stephen J. Harris||195|
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Publication information: Book title: The Canadian Way of War: Serving the National Interest. Contributors: Colonel Bernd Horn - Editor. Publisher: Dundurn. Place of publication: Toronto. Publication year: 2006. Page number: 5.
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