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Introduction; 1. Colonization and the settler state; 2. Racial constructs and martial theories; 3. Precedents of military pragmatism; 4. Dominion Defence Acts; 5. 1914: subjugated spectators; 6. 1915-16: King and country call; 7. 1917-18: all the King's men; 8. Indigenous soldiers; 9. The home front; 10. Peace with prejudice; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.
Timothy C. Winegard is Assistant Professor of History at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Colorado. His publications include Oka: A Convergence of Cultures and the Canadian Forces (2008) and For King and Kanata: Canadian Indians and the First World War (2012). He served for nine years as an officer in the Canadian Forces including a two-year attachment to the British Army.
'A groundbreaking work on British and Dominion military policy in the First World War and the evolution of Dominion citizenship.' The NYMAS Review 'Winegard's study is based on extensive archival work across all the Dominions, and he has a solid grasp of the secondary literature as well. In his reconstruction of the legal and political framework Winegard is careful not to lose the individual experiences and voices of the indigenous soldiers. In addition to the soldiers' experiences, he also examines the impact of the war on the indigenous Home Front ... In addition to specialists in minority groups during wartime, this book will be an interest to scholars who study the mobilization of resources in an age of total war.' Frederic Krome, Canadian Journal of History