RODNEY, William (1923- )




Author Tags: 1800-1850, 1850-1900, Biography, Politics

William Rodney taught history at Royal Roads Military College in Victoria and served in the RCAF during World War II. A fellow of the Royal Historical Society, he obtained degrees from the universities of Alberta, Cambridge and London. He wrote a biography of Kootenai Brown and a study of left wing politics in Canada entitled Soldiers of the International.

BOOKS:

Soldiers Of The International - A History Of The Communist Party Of Canada, 1919-1929 (University of Toronto Press, 1968).

Kootenai Brown: His Life and Times, 1839-1916 (Gray's Publishing, 1969; republished as Kootenai Brown: Canada's Unknown Frontiersman (Heritage House, 1996).

[BCBW 2010] "Biography" "Politics"