Frigates of the Royal Canadian Navy 1943-1974 by Ken MacPherson

A century ago, the Naval Service Act of 1910 was passed and the Canadian Navy came into existence. For the first time, Canada could protect and fight for its own waters rather than relying on Britain's Royal Navy.  From the Atlantic Coast to British Columbia, Canadians are remembering the selfless men and women who have served their country in times of war and peace.  

Celebrate 100 years of protection, peacekeeping and tradition with these books about the Canadian Navy. The famous vessels, the influential commanders, the tragedies and the triumphs, two World Wars, pictorial histories, the shipyards, and the challenge of patrolling coastlines thousands of miles apart are covered in depth.  

The Canadian Navy

Sailor Remember by William H. Pugsley
Sailor Remember
William H. Pugsley

Champagne Navy by Brian Nolan and Brian Jeffrey Street
Champagne Navy
Brian Nolan and Brian Jeffrey Street

Badges of the Canadian Navy by Graeme J. Arbuckle
Badges of the Canadian Navy
Graeme J. Arbuckle

The U-Boat Hunters by Marc Milner
The U-Boat Hunters
Marc Milner

Haida by William Sclater
William Sclater

The Longest Battle: The RCN in the Atlantic 1939 - 1945 by John D. Harbron
The Longest Battle
John D. Harbron

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