Prof. Terry Copp
Professor Emeritus (History)
Contact InformationEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 519 884 0710 ext.3309
Office Location: 232 King Street
Office Hours: By appointment
Academic BackgroundMA, McGill
Operations of Allied army and airforce commands and units in the Second World war; war and society, especially Canada during the two World Wars; military psychiatry in the 20th century.
Present Research Interests:
I am actively involved with the Laurier Centre for Military and Strategic Disarmament Studies (LCMSDS) and in its publications program. In addition to editing the journal Canadian Military History, I am editing Operational Research in 21 Army Group and writing a study of the Canadian soldiers' experience of the battles on Verrieres Ridge July-August 1944. My long-term interest in the military effectiveness of the Allied armies in North West Europe, which led to studies of battle exhaustion and brigade level operations, will be developed in a new book on 21 Army Group. This study will incorporate work on tactical air power which has been a subject of interest for a number of years. My interest in military psychiatry, including the long term effects of exposure to combat-related stress, will continue leading to the publication of articles and the presentation of papers.
"Fields of Fire":The Canadians in Normandy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2003.
No Price Too High. Toronto, McGraw Hill 1995.
The Brigade: The Fifth Canadian Infantry Brigade. Stoney Creek: Fortress, 1992.
and Bill McAndrew, Battle Exhaustion: Soldiers and psychiatrists in the Canadian Army 1939-1945. Kingston/Montreal: McGill-Queen's UP, 1990.
and Robert Vogel, Maple Leaf Route, 5 volumes. Alma, Ontario: Maple Leaf Route, 1983-1988.
The Anatomy of Poverty: The Condition of the Working Class in Montreal 1897-1929. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1974.