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Richard H. Gimblett
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Canada proudly celebrates 100 years of naval service in 2010. This highly illustrated commemorative volume chronicles the full century of the Canadian navy as a proud national institution. The editor, Dr. Richard Gimblett, is the command historian of the Canadian navy. The two forewords are by Governor General Michaelle Jean (as commander-in-chief of the Canadian Forces) and the chief of the Maritime Staff (commander of the navy). The 11 contributors are highly recognized authorities on their particular period. The comprehensive coverage includes the origins of the Canadian navy in 1867, both world wars, the Korean conflict, the postwar period, and a look at the navy of the future. There is also a section on naval war art.
The book features both black-and-white and colour illustrations and will appeal to a broad cross-section of readers, including those who love all things naval, navy veterans and their families, historians, and librarians.
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