Christopher J. Harvie

Christopher J. Harvie


I began writing military history in earnest in 2011, starting with my blog "If Ye Break Faith." Following this, I've had a few fine successes in other publications. I have brought to all of this work not only a passion for the subject matter and a desire to impart it in a revealing and relatable way; my five years with the Canadian Army has given me an attention to detail and an insider's understanding of the military. This has been useful in illustrating some of the "why's" not immediately understood to the civil mindset, as well as an intimate knowledge of the nuances of military tradition and how soldiers genuinely interact with each other. All these elements have been put to task in telling the grittily realistic story of "Killing is a Sin." Publication Credits. Articles: 2011-Present- "If Ye Break Faith"- an online collection of educational essays exploring subjects critical to the understanding of the First World War 2011- "The Blighty", Article on wounded in WWI, originally an "If Ye Break Faith" essay, re-published with permission by the University of Oxford WWI Centenary Project. 2014- Basket Case", article on psychological casualties, originally an "If Ye Break Faith" essay, re-published with permission by the University of Oxford WWI Centenary Project. 2014-2015- Fifteen feature articles written as Voluntary Canadian Correspondent to "Centenary News" an online daily focussed on events and history surrounding the Centennial years of WWI 2014- "A Most Terrible Day- the 15th Battalion, CEF at Second Ypres" Article first published by "The Falcon", the Regimental journal of the 48th Highlanders of Canada. In 2015, this article was re-bublished, complete in the September issue of "Western Front Magazine" a UK based subscription quarterly. Contributions 2016- Existing and original copy developed for "And the World Went Dark: An Illustrated Interpretation of the Great War" by Steve Patricia, Casemate Publishing, UK 2016, which will be replacing quotations by Erich Maria Remarque.


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I began writing military history in earnest in 2011, starting with my blog "If Ye Break Faith." Following this, I've had a few fine successes in other publications. I have brought to all of this work not only a passion for the subject matter and a desire to impart it in a revealing and relatable way; my five years with the Canadian Army has given me an attention to detail and an insider's understanding of the military. This has been useful in illustrating some of the "why's" not immediately understood to the civil mindset, as well as an intimate knowledge of the nuances of military tradition and how soldiers genuinely interact with each other. All these elements have been put to task in telling the grittily realistic story of "Killing is a Sin." Publication Credits. Articles: 2...


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