Arthur Gullachsen

Arthur Gullachsen
CD, BA, MA, PhD
Office:
M - 334
Telephone:
(613) 541-6000 ext. 8404
E-mail:
Royal Military College of Canada
PO Box 17000, Station Forces
Kingston, Ontario, CANADA
K7K 7B4

Captain Arthur W. Gullachsen graduated from the University of New Brunswick with a Master’s Degree in History in 2005. After joining the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) in late 2006, he was posted to CFB Gagetown’s The 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment in late 2008. This was followed by a posting in 2010 to a staff position at the Combat Training Centre (CTC) Headquarters and then to the CTC Infantry School in 2012. Captain Gullachsen was then selected for the Post Graduate Training list and gained acceptance into the PhD Program in History at Western University in London, Ontario in mid-2013.  Graduating in mid-2016, he was then posted as Military Faculty to the Royal Military College of Canada.  In his first full year teaching within the RMC History Department, Captain Gullachsen is teaching the following undergraduate courses: The History of Canada, The Impact of Science and Technology on Society and the Environment, The Second World War, Introduction to Military History and Thought and Introduction to Canadian Military History.  He will also be acting as an instructor on the 2018 RMC Battlefield Tour.  A Second World War specialist, Captain Gullachsen’s areas of expertise include the study of the replacement of equipment and personnel losses as well as German armoured forces during the late war period. 

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