Canada's Navy

Canada's Navy

The First Century

Book - 2010
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From its eighteenth-century roots in exploration and trade, to the major conflicts of the First and Second World Wars, through to current roles in multinational operations with United Nations and NATO forces, Canada's navy - now celebrating its one hundredth anniversary - has been an expression of Canadian nationhood and a catalyst in the complex process of national unity.

In the second edition of Canada's Navy, Marc Milner brings his classic work up to date and looks back at one hundred years of the Navy in Canada. With supplementary photos, updated sources, a new preface and epilogue, and an additional chapter on the Navy's global reach from 1991 to 2010, this edition carries Canadian Naval history into the twenty-first century. Milner brings effortless prose and exacting attention to detail to his comprehensive and accessible examination of this fascinating Canadian organization. This much-needed update of Canada's Navy will continue to provoke discussion about the past and future of the country's naval forces and their evolving role in the interwoven issues of maritime politics and economics, defence and strategy, and national and foreign policy.

Publisher: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2010
Edition: 2nd ed. --
ISBN: 9780802096043
0802096042
Branch Call Number: 359.00971 Mil 3558ad 1
Characteristics: xvii, 391 p. :,ill., maps

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Feb 04, 2011

an interesting look at the evolution of our Navy and its challenges and triumphs from inception to recent history.

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