2 edition of Defence of Canada considered as an imperial question with reference to a war with America. found in the catalog.
Defence of Canada considered as an imperial question with reference to a war with America.
Simmons, John Linton Arabin Sir
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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Simmons, John Lintorn Arabin, Defence of Canada considered as an imperial question with reference to a war with America. Defence of Canada considered as an imperial question with reference to a war with America.
Also available in digital form. Contributor: Simmons, J. (John Linton Arabin). The defence of Canada is a question of principle and of national self-respect, rather than of immediate danger. It is the very touchstone of Imperialism.
It is the very touchstone of Imperialism. Unless we are prepared to defend Canada to the utmost, to put our last man into the field, and spend our last shilling, all our professions of belief.
Sovereignty and Command in Canada–US Continental Air Defence, –57 documents the close and sometimes fractious air defence relationship between the two countries. Drawing on untapped archival material, Richard Goette challenges prevailing Format: Hardcover.
The purpose of this paper is to outline the law of the Crown prerogative as it applies to the activities of the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces (CF). It addresses two separate but related topics.
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Canada's involvement in World War II is often understated; by the end of the war, Canada was the third largest military power in the world. Note that this book assumes that you already have a fairly good understanding of the overall history of World War II/5.
Canada has but 10 percent of the population of the US. The US has a million men under arms, Canada has barelyThe US has plus ship Navy, Canada has 40 ships. The US has plus combat aircraft, Canada has The US has plus tank.
For reference of Appendix C & D see link: Imperial Forces Inspector General Report On Canada’s Militia, Appendix C & D. REPORT BY GENERAL SIR JOHN FRENCH, G.C.B., G.C.V.O, K.C.M.
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