Canadian Military History is a "journal-in-a-magazine-format" published by the Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies since 1992. Presently in its 15th volume, CMH continues to fulfill its original mandate, this being to explore all aspects of Canada's military history, from the earliest days through to the twenty-first century. Particular emphasis is given to the First and Second World Wars, but CMH also carries articles and features on the Seven Years' War, the War of 1812, the Northwest Rebellion, the South African War, the Korean War, United Nations Peacekeeping Operations, as well as more recent events such as the Oka standoff of 1990 and the Persian Gulf War.
The articles contained in the pages of CMH
are written by professional historians and are well illustrated with photographs and maps. As well, interesting narratives, anecdotes, official reports, veteran accounts, regular columns and book reviews are included. A notable feature of CMH
is a regular section contributed by the Canadian War Museum
in Ottawa. In this section readers will find special articles concerning museum exhibitions, recent acquisitions, upcoming events, and the museum's extensive collection of Canadian war art. CMH
is accessible to all readers, from professionals in the military and historical fields, to veterans, students and all others interested in Canada's military history.