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by Commander Tony (foreword by Vice Admiral Harry Dewolfe) German,Alan Daniel;

Author: Commander Tony (foreword by Vice Admiral Harry Dewolfe) German,Alan Daniel;
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: McClelland and Stewart; First Softcover Edition edition (1991)
Pages: 368 pages
Category: History
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Vice-Admiral Harold Taylor Wood Grant CBE, DSO, CD (March 16, 1899 – May 8, 1965) was a Canadian naval officer and a post-war Chief . The Sea is at Our Gates: The History of the Canadian Navy. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart Incorporated.

Vice-Admiral Harold Taylor Wood Grant CBE, DSO, CD (March 16, 1899 – May 8, 1965) was a Canadian naval officer and a post-war Chief of the Naval Staff. The son of Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, MacCallum Grant, Harold Grant entered the Royal Canadian Navy as a cadet in 1914. He spent most of the First World War in training until 1917, when he became a midshipman aboard a British Royal Navy ship.

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Tony German was a mentor to me as I was starting to write Canadian Naval history. His book The Sea is at our Gates was an inspiration as it was written by the man who was actually there.

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German, Tony (1990). The Sea is at Our Gates; The History of the Canadian Navy. Douglas, W. A. B. (2007). A Blue Water Navy: The Official Operational History of the Royal Canadian Navy in the Second World War, 1943–1945. II. Part 2. St. Catharines: Vanwell. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart. p. 74. ISBN 0-7710-3268-4.

for the first time, the story of Canada's navy, gale-driven and becalmed, from its colonial roots through the twentieth-century war to the close of the Cold War era in 1990.

This Volume: The Sea Is at Our Gates: The History of the Canadian Navy is a valuable addition to Canada's maritime and military literature. The Sea Is At Our Gates recounts, for the first time, the story of Canada's navy, gale-driven and becalmed, from its colonial roots through the twentieth-century war to the close of the Cold War era in 1990.

The sea is at our gates: the history of the Canadian navy (McClelland & Stewart, 1990). Gimblett, Richard . and Michael L. Hadley, eds. Citizen Sailors: Chronicles of Canada's Naval Reserve, 1910-2010 (Dundurn, 2010)

The sea is at our gates: the history of the Canadian navy (McClelland & Stewart, 1990). Citizen Sailors: Chronicles of Canada's Naval Reserve, 1910-2010 (Dundurn, 2010). Hadley, Michael L (1996), A nation's navy: in quest of Canadian naval identity, McGill-Queen's University Press, Huebert, Rob. "Submarines, Oil Tankers, and Icebreakers: Trying to Understand Canadian Arctic Sovereignty and Security.

He was made Vice-Admiral on 17 May 1913 and a full Admiral in 1917, the only naval officer in Canadian history to be promoted to that . German, Tony (1990). The Sea is at our Gates-The History of the Canadian Navy. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart Press.

He was made Vice-Admiral on 17 May 1913 and a full Admiral in 1917, the only naval officer in Canadian history to be promoted to that rank. He was knighted in 1918. In 1912, The Naval Services Act was replaced by a new bill requiring Canada to supply the RN with cash instead of ships. This resulted in a crisis when the Canadian Navy's budget was reduced by half. Scapegoat, the extraordinary legal proceedings following the 1917 Halifax Explosion, Joel Zemel (2012, SVP Productions) ISBN 978-68492-3, . 4.

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If the German High Seas Fleet had ever broken through to Britain or out . The Harvest of Sea Power. Index (not included)

If the German High Seas Fleet had ever broken through to Britain or out into the Atlantic, it is probable the Allies would have lost. The heading images of Admiral Jellicoe (portrayed somewhat differently fthan he usually is) and his flagship, 1914-1916 reflect this importance. Gordon Smith, Naval-History. Index (not included).

This Volume: The Sea Is at Our Gates: The History of the Canadian Navy is a valuable addition to Canada's maritime and military literature. The Sea Is At Our Gates recounts, for the first time, the story of Canada's navy, gale-driven and becalmed, from its colonial roots through the twentieth-century war to the close of the Cold War era in 1990.