All Together Now : The Organization of the Department of National Defence in Canada, 1964-1972. First Edition

By: KRONENBERG, Vernon J. Wellesley Papers, 3

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KRONENBERG, Vernon J. All Together Now : The Organization of the Department of National Defence in Canada, 1964-1972. (Toronto) : Canadian Institute of International Affairs, 1973. First Edition. Pp. (6),[7]-124. With charts and tables in the text. 8vo, printed white card covers with green lettering to front and spine.

Number 3 in the Wellesley Papers series.

The Glassco Commission, Paul Hellyer, &c, &c.

"The story of Canadian defence organization is a fascinating and, so far, unique one. Canada is the first country to have unified its armed forces. Since World War II several other countries have made certain moves towards integrating some of their forces and rationalizing some of their common elements, but only Canada has taken the final step of unification. This work describes the organizational process by which this was achieved; it started in 1964, and its details are still being finalized." - p.7.

Preface;
The chapters [un-numbered in the book] are:
1. The 1964 White Paper and its Antecedents;
2. The Evolution of the Headquarters 1964-7;
3. The Formation of the Commands and the Issues of Unification;
4. Events after 1967;
5. Evaluation.

With bibliography and notes.

Very good. 28.00

Title: All Together Now : The Organization of the Department of National Defence in Canada, 1964-1972. First Edition

Author Name: KRONENBERG, Vernon J. Wellesley Papers, 3

Categories: 68,

Publisher: Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Toronto, 1973,: 1973

Seller ID: 78482

Keywords: NAUTICAL CANADA MILITARY DEFENCE NAVAL INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS DEFENSE HISTORY ARMY AIRFORCE CAF RCN,