Nation's Navy

Nation's Navy

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Bounded by three great oceans, Canada stands as a maritime nation with rich seafaring traditions. Born of both national and British imperial interests in 1910 and maturing in two world wars, its navy is a vital national institution that continues to evolve in response to new and complex challenges. A Nation's Navy explores the decisive formative forces of the navy's history and illuminates the characteristically Canadian elements and values that have defined it.When lecturer in history and English at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich, the famous naval historian W.C.B. ... term, of the elementary facts of world GEOGRAPHY is again reflected in their answers to questions from both parts of the paper.

Title:Nation's Navy
Author: Michael L. Hadley, Robert Neil Huebert, Fred W. Crickard
Publisher:McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP - 1996

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