Rapports du Quartier général de l'armée (QGA), 1948 à 1959

Les Rapports du Quartier général de l’armée (QGA) ont été compilés par les membres de la Section historique de l’état-major de l’Armée canadienne entre 1948 et 1959. Ces rapports ont remplacé les Rapports du Quartier général militaire canadien après le retour de Londres au Canada du colonel C.P. Stacey et de son personnel (entre 1947 et 1948).

Quelques-uns des rapports sont des documents originaux du QGMC qui ont été améliorés en se basant sur de plus amples renseignements rassemblés pendant et après la Seconde Guerre mondiale. D'autres rapports contiennent du matériel entièrement nouveau qui n'était pas inclus dans les rapports du QGMC.

Ces documents ont été utilisés par les historiens pour leur travail qui a aussi servi de base au colonel Stacey et au lieutenant-colonel G.W.L. Nicholson pour écrire les histoires officielles.

Les rapports suivants du QGA sont déclassifiés et seront affichés en ligne au fil du temps. Vous pouvez aussi consulter des copies imprimées à la salle de recherche des archives historiques de la Direction - Histoire et patrimoine. En tant que documents historiques, ces rapports sont seulement disponibles en anglais.

Titre Date Numéro du rapport
Fixed coast artillery defences on the Pacific coast 19440508le 8 mai 1944 1
The anti-aircraft defences of the Pacific coast 19440921le 21 sept. 1944 2
The employment of infantry in the Pacific coast defences 19440601le 1er juin 1944 3
Anti-Aircraft Defences of the Atlantic Coast 19450219le 19 févr. 1945 4
The 1st Canadian Special Service Battalion 19460222le 22 févr. 1946 5
The Canadian Participation in the Kiska Operation 19441016le 16 oct. 1944 6
The 6th Canadian Division 19460925le 25 sept. 1946 7
The 7th Canadian Division 19480109le 9 janv. 1948 8
Supplementary Report on Canadian Participation in Civil Affairs 19461008le 8 oct. 1946 9
Operation “Jubilee”: The Raid on Dieppe, 19 Aug 42 (Info from German War Diaries) 19461205le 5 déc. 1946 10
The 8th Canadian Division, 1942-1943 19480109le 9 janv. 1948 11
The personal experiences of a Canadian Civil Affairs Officer in France and Belgium Jun 44 - Mar 45 19461205le 5 déc. 1946 12
The personal experiences of a Canadian Civil Affairs Officer in Germany Mar 45 – Apr 46 19461201le 1er déc. 1946 13
The Sicilian Campaign, July – August 1943: Information from German sources 19470415le 15 avr. 1947 14
The Canadian Women’s Army Corps, 1941-1946 19470501le 1er mai 1947 15
The Canadian Army Pacific Force 1944-45 19470715le 15 juil. 1947 16
The 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion in the Low Countries and in Germany Final Operations (2 January – 18 February and 24 March – 5 May 45) 19471027le 27 oct. 1947 17
The Campaign in Southern Italy (Sep – Dec 43): Information from German Military Documents 19471101le 1er nov. 1947 18
Operation “Plunder”: The Canadian Participation in the assault across the Rhine and the expansion of the Bridgehead by 2 Canadian Corps 23/24 Mar – 1 Apr 45 19480626le 26 juin. 1948 19
The Italian Campaign (4 Jan – 4 Jun 44) Information from German sources. 19480719le 19 juil. 1948 20
The Development of Allied Grand Strategy in the Second World War (with special reference to the defeat of Germany) 19480707le 7 juil. 1948 21
The Reorganization of the Canadian Militia, 1919-1920 19490131le 31 janv. 1949 22
Return and Leave to Canada for personnel of the Canadian Army Overseas 19490815le 15 août 1949 23
The Italian Campaign (From the fall of Rome to the evacuation of Florence) 4 Jun – 10 Aug 44. Information from German Sources 19490331le 31 mars 1949 24
Operations of 1 Canadian Corps (22 Sep 44 to 28 Oct 44) From Marocchia to the Ronco 19490616le 16 juin 1949 25
The 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion in France 6 Jun – 6 Sep 44 19490823le 23 août 1949 26
The Italian Campaign: 11 Aug – 28 Oct 44 19490927le 27 sept. 1949 27
The Japanese Balloon enterprise against North America 19491015le 15 oct. 1949 28
Canadian Public Opinion on the Employment of the Army 1939-45 19491026le 26 oct. 1949 29
Army participation in Measures taken by the three services for the security of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the lower river during the period of German submarine activity, 1942-45 19491118le 18 nov. 1949 30
Operations of 1st Canadian Corps – 28 Oct 44 to 27 Feb 45: The capture of Ravenna, the advance of the Seine, and the winter line 19491218le 18 déc. 1949 31
The concluding phase of operations by the 1st Canadian Army 2 Apr to 5 May 45 19491210le 10 déc. 1949 32
“Z” Force in Iceland: An Account of the despatch of Canadian troops to Iceland and their subsequent operations there 19491216le 16 déc. 1949 33
Canadian-American Cooperation in the Defence of Sault Ste. Marie, 1941-1944 19500124le 24 janv. 1950 34
Allied Forces in Canada, 1940-1943 19500320le 20 mars 1950 35
The development of the German defences in the Dieppe sector 19500331le 31 mars 1950 36
The Policy Governing the Finding and Selecting of Officers for the CASF 19500628le 28 juin 1950 37
Tank production in Canada 19500727le 27 juil. 1950 38
Operations of 1st Canadian Corps in North-West Europe, 15 Mar – 5 May 45 19501017le 17 oct. 1950 39
The Campaign in North-West Europe: Information from German Sources – Part 1: German defence preparations in the West 19510430le 30 avr. 1951 40
The German Defences in the Courseulles – St. Aubin Area of the Normandy Coast 19510720le 20 juil 1951 41
Preliminary planning for operation “Overlord” 19520305le 5 mars. 1952 42
Report on training of the 4th and 5th Canadian Armed Divisions in U.K. from Oct 41 to Jul 44 19510906le 6 sept. 1951 43
The announcement of Canadian participation in operation “Husky” 19510926le 26 sept. 1951 44
Civil Affairs in the Mediterranean, Jul 43 to May 45 19511121le 21 nov. 1951 45
Operations by Canadian Railway Troops during the Second World War, 1939-1945 19520331le 31 mars 1952 46
The History of Bands in the Canadian Army 19520206le 6 févr. 1952 47
Canada and the Higher Direction of the Second World War 19520305le 5 mars 1952 48
Organization of the Department of National Defence (Army) 1939-1945 19530918le 18 sept. 1953 49
The Campaign in North-West Europe: Information from German Sources – Part II; Invasion and Battle of Normandy (6 Jun – 22 Aug 44) 19521014le 14 oct. 1952 50
The 27th Canadian Infantry Brigade Group Feb 1951 – May 1952 19520506le 6 mai 1952 51
Canadian Policy on the Employment of Canadian Military Forces in Wartime, 1899-1945 19520611le 11 juin, 1952 52
Canadian Organization in Theatres of Operations, 1939-1945 19520611le 11 juin, 1952 53
Canadian Participation in the Operations in North-West Europe, 1944: Part 1: The assault and subsequent operations of 3 Canadian Cdn Inf Div and 2 Canadian Cdn Armd Bde 16-30 Jun 44 19520630le 30 juin 1952 54
1st Canadian Armd Bde in Italy, 5 Jan –11 May 44 19521021le 21 oct. 1952 55
The German Surrender, May 1945 19521118le 18 nov. 1952 56
A Summary of Major Changes in Army Organization 1939-1945 19521222le 22 déc. 1952 57
Canadian Participation in the Operations in North-West Europe, 1944: Part II – Canadian Operations in July 19530215le 15 févr. 1953 58
Food Complaints and Cook’s Training Canadian Army Overseas, 1939-1945 19530321le 21 mars 1953 59
Movement and Operations of 11th Canadian Inf Bde Gp, Italy 9 Apr – 5 May 44 19530401le 1er avr. 1953 60
Policy and Organization for Scientific Research and Technical Development in the Canadian Army 1939-1945 19530428le 28 avr. 1953 61
Canadian Participation in the Korean War, Part 1: 25 Jun 50 – 31 Mar 52 19530521le 21 mai 1953 62
Manpower problems of the Canadian Army during the Second World War 19530817le 17 août 1953 63
The Reorganization of the Canadian Militia, 1936 19530820le 20 août 1953 64
Canadian Participation in the Operation in North-West Europe, Part III: Canadian operations 1-23 Aug 44 19531223le 23 déc. 1953 65
Training of 1st Canadian Army (Less 3rd Cdn Inf Div & 2nd Cdn Armd Bde), Dec 43 – May 44 19540112le 12 janv. 1954 66
Manpower problems of the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War 19540115le 15 janv. 1954 67
“Manpower” problems of Women’s services during the Second World War 19540617le 17 juin 1954 68
The Campaign in Northwest Europe – Information from German Sources. Part III: German defence operations in the sphere on 1st Canadian Army (23 Aug – 8 Nov 44) 19540709le 9 juil. 1954 69
The Canadian-American Permanent Joint Board on Defence, 1940-1945 19540624le 24 juin 1954 70
Manpower problems of the Royal Canadian Navy during the Second World War, 1939-1945 19540720le 20 juil. 1954 71
Canadian participation in the Korean War, Part II: 1 Apr 52 – 31 Jul 53 19550107le 7 janv. 1955 72
A Survey of Army Research and Development 1939-45 19550214le 14 févr. 1955 73
Offensive Air Support of First Canadian Army during operations in North-West Europe 19550705le 5 juil. 1955 74
Military Cooperation within the Commonwealth, 1939-45 19561113le 13 nov. 1956 75
The Equipment of Canada’s Armed Forces during the Second World War, Problems in procurement and assignment 19580201le 1er févr. 1958 76
The Campaign in North-West Europe, information from German sources. Part IV: Higher Direction of operations from Falaise Debacle to Ardennes offensive (20 Aug – 16 Dec 44) 19570930le 30 sept. 1957 77
Some impressions of UNEF 1957-1958 19590102le 2 janv. 1959 78
Saint Pierre et Miquelen during the Second World War 19590130le 30 janv. 1959 79
Proposed despatch of a Canadian Force to the Falkland Islands, 1942 19590206le 6 févr. 1959 80
Problems affecting French speaking representation in the Post War Canadian Army 19590220le 20 févr. 1959 81
Operations in Northern Russia, 1918-1919 19591020le 20 oct. 1959 82
Allied Intervention in Siberia, 1918-1919 19591020le 20 oct. 1959 83
Canadians in Mesopotamia, 1918-1919 19591020le 20 oct. 1959 84
Operations in Palestine, 1918-1919 19591020le 20 oct. 1959 85
The Eastern Mediterranean Theatre, 1915-1917 19591020le 20 oct. 1959 86
Canadian Forces in Bermuda and St. Lucia, 1914-1919 19591020le 20 oct. 1959 87
Canadian participation in Allied operations, Murman, 1918-1919 19600101le 1er janv. 1960 88
The Royal Canadian Engineers in Germany, 1945-1958 19590603le 3 juin 1959 89
Canada’s Post War Defence Policy, 1945-1950 19610301le 1er mars 1961 90
Some Aspects of Disciplinary Policy in the Canadian Service, 1914-1946 19600715le 15 juil. 1960 91
The Canadian Rangers 19601201le 1er déc. 1960 92
Canadian Army 1950-55 Defence Policy 19610601le 1er juin 1961 93
Canadian participation in UNEF 19610601le 1er juin 1961 94
Historical activities in the Canadian Army 19620521le 21 mai 1962 95
The Canadian Army’s Role in Survival Operations 19621029le 29 oct. 1962 96
A Study on Demobilization and Rehabilitation, World War II 19600531le 31 mai 1960 97
Command of the OMFC in the UK, 1914-1918   98
Origins of the First World War   99
The Military Policies of Canada – Reaction to the South African War 19640417le 17 avr. 1964 100
Material on Exercise Snow Goose, Cyprus 19640504le 4 mai 1964 101
The Canadian Militia, 1867-1900 - Part I -III;   102
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