50 Years of Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
The ’50 Years of Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineering’ was written by an editorial team of RCEME personnel to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the Corps of Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers in 1944. It consists of short articles, in bilingual format, on all aspects of the Corps including the trades, units, traditions, history, and uniforms as they had developed and as they existed at the time. It was intended to be a souvenir document for all serving regular force and reserve RCEME personnel in 1994. The commemorative document complements the detailed history of the RCEME Corps and its successors contained in ‘Canada´s Craftsmen at 50!’ written by Colonel (Ret’d) Murray Johnston.
The ePub version of 50 Years of Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineering’ can be found here.