Canadian Navy and Imperial Unity


BOGGS, Theodore H. The Canadian Navy and Imperial Unity . Reprinted from The American Political Science Review, volume 5, number 3, August 1911. [N.pl.]: The American Political Science Review, 1911. Pp. 339-352,(2). 8vo, printed stapled brown card covers. "Of late, the over-seas dominions have experienced an awakening induced by the recent 'naval crisis' in England. They are beginnign to understand that the fate of the British Empire depends mainly on armoed ships. They realize that the widely scattered parts of the Empire, aptly called 'the unorganized maritime confederacy', are 'linked together by one sea, since all seas are one'. [...] The present naval activity of Canada and her sister dominions is the latest expression of that spirit of colonial nationalism which has come to be regarded as undoubtedly the strongest force in British colonial politics." - from p. 340. Small chip to front cover, light dampstaining to upper right front corner, else very good. With "compliments of the writer" inked to front cover. 50.00

Title: Canadian Navy and Imperial Unity

Author Name: BOGGS, Theodore H. American Political Science Review, 5:3, August 1911

Categories: 73,

Publisher: American Political Science Review, 1911,:

Seller ID: 85860

Keywords: CANADA MILITARY NAVAL COMMONWEALTH UNITED KINGDOM CANADIAN NAVY HISTORY,