New Library Acquisitions

The Institute Library is one of the largest private military collections in North America, with over 15,000 volumes, and is constantly expanding its collection with new material. 
The library has a fine collection of military poetry and is actively seeking to expand its holdings with recently published works as well as older titles.
We welcome donations of new books from authors and publishers, many of which are featured here.

New Books: December 3, 2021

D811.A2 B37 2005                      
Days of Victory:
Canadians Remember, 1939-1945

By Ted Barris
Thomas Allen, 2005

DD247.I76 O36 2020
Inge's War: A German Woman's
Story of Family, Secrets, and
Survival Under Hitler

By Svenja O'Donnell
Viking, 2020

DS135.C97 N48 2020
 When Time Stopped:
A Memoir of My Father's War
and What Remains

By Ariana Neumann
Scribner, 2020

D840.B88 2013
Year Zero: A History of 1945
By Ian Buruma
Penguin Press, 2013


D743.H355 2011
All Hell Let Loose:
The World at War 1939-45
By Max Hastings
Harper, 2011

D546.H63 2011
To End All Wars:
A Story of Loyalty and
Rebellion, 1914-1918

By Adam Hochschild
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2011


U101.S96 J66 2012
The School of Sun Tzu:
Winning Empires Without War

By  David G. Jones
iUniverse Inc. 2012

DD253.25 F75 2020
Hitler's First Hundred Days:
When Germans Embraced
the Third Reich

By Peter Fritzsche
Basic Books, 2020

D422.E66 2013
1913: In Search of the World
Before the Great War

By Charles Emmerson
PublicAffairs, 2013

D511.C54 2013
The Sleepwalkers:
How Europe Went to War in 1914

By Christopher Clark
Harper, 2013

D810.S8 O4765 2019
Madame Fourcade's Secret War:
The Daring Young Woman Who
Led France's Largest Spy Network
Against Hitler

By Lynne Olson
Random House, 2019

DS135.E6 A1176 2016
Their Promised Land:
My Grandparents In Love and War

By Ian Buruma
Penguin Press, 2016