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MacDONALD, Angus L. CRERAR, T.A. , note ILSLEY, J.L. , foreword HOWE, Joseph Speeches of Angus L. MacDonald. First Edition in dustjacket
Longmans, Green and Company, Toronto , 1960, 1960
MacDONALD, Angus L. Speeches of Angus L. MacDonald. With a biographical note by the Hon. T.A. Crerar and a foreword by the Hon. J.L. Ilsley. Toronto :Longmans, Green and Company, (1960). First Edition. Pp (10),xi-xxvii,(1),1 -227,(1). 8vo, tan cloth with green decoration, green lettering to spine.
Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 2209, Watters p.627, Rhodenizer p.146.
Angus Lewis Macdonald (born August 10, 1890, Dunvegan, Inverness County, Cape Breton - d. April 13, 1954, Halifax) was Minister of National Defence for Naval Services during WW2.
General contents :
1. Out of the historic past.
2. A toast to Canada.
3. The sons of Martha.
4. This blending of races.
5. The magic of Scotland.
6. The Nova Scotian viewpoint.
7. The altar of freedom.
8. This nursery of freedom.
9. The freedom of the press.
10. The price of admiralty.
11. In God is our trust.
12. Down to the sea in ships.
13. The spell of the great sea.
14. The challenge of leadership.
15. The boundary line that unites.
16. Nova Scotia's tribune.
17. The bard of Scotland.
18. "Christ and Allan and young Charles."
19. "Genus immortale manet."
20. That majestic symbol.
Speeches 10 to 13 of nautical interest.
10. The price of admiralty: an appeal, based on the brief, gallant history of the Royal Canadian Navy, for support of the war effort; made as minister of National Defence for Naval Services, at the Canadian Club in Winnipeg in 1942.
11. In God is our trust: a presentation of the war situation, by the Minister of National Defence for Naval Services, to the American Association of Port Authorities; delivered in Hamilton, Ontario, on September 11, 1942.
12.Down to the sea in ships: an account of the part played by the Royal Canadian Navy in World War II; given as Minister of National Defence for Naval Services to the Canadian Club in Toronto on March 12, 1945.
13. The spell of the great sea: the report of the Minister of National Defence for Naval Services to the House of Commons introducing the Naval Estimates on April 3, 1945.
The R.C.N., Howe, the Acadians, Burns, Scotland, and the freedom of the press are among the topics.
Name inkstamp, else very good in rubbed, edgeworn dustjacket. 35.00
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