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1 Barry, James P

Georgian Bay: An Illustrated History ( Ontario Local History )

Erin / Toronto, Ontario: Erin / Toronto, ON: Boston Mills Press / Stoddart, 1992, 1st Edition, First Printing
1992 1550460625 / 9781550460629
First Edition
Hard Cover
Near Fine (see description)

Very Good+ (see description) Photo Cover
Not Signed
----------large oblong (quarto) hardcover, a Near Fine copy in a Very Good+ price clipped dustjacket with a very short closed tear, ink name, 240 pages, packed with b&w photographs many of which are vintage material, contents include: Introduction; The Huron Tragedy; First Settlement; The Bay Develops; Daily Life; The Fleets of Georgian bay; Fisheries and Fishing Craft; The Forests Disappear; The Pleasures of the bay; Bibliography, overseas shipping (outside of Canada and the USA ) will require additional postage, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo
151366


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2 N/A: Eric Moore;Barry Dixon;Bennett Shann;Pamela Bernard;E H Crick;R A P Pumphrey;Noel Ayliffe;Frank E Card;L Davison;Cyril Bracegirdle;Mark Streeter;James Gilfillan;Hugh C Rae;Donald Stark;T M Curlow;K Daly;Brian Edginton;Alan Roe Stratton;Ronald Deacon

International Storyteller Omnibus No. 3, 1964, Science Fiction - Eighteen Complete Stories ( 18 / SF )( Book / Volume # Three )

England: Birkenhead, UK: Liverpolitan Ltd., 1964, 1st Edition, First Printing
1964 
First Edition
Soft Cover
Very Good+ ( see Description )

Uncredited Cover Art
Not Signed
----------paperback, a solid Good to Very Good copy, overall light wear, browning to paper and fore edge of text block, pencil checkmarks on contents page, 174 pages, this contains: Editorial by uncredited; The Lady from Sirius by Eric Moore; A Beautiful Sight to See by Barry Dixon; Alien Fruit by Bennett Shann; Holiday by Pamela Bernard; The Hall of the Traitor by E. H. Crick; The Long and Happy Life of Flaubus E. Munt by R. A. P. Pumphrey; T.T.A. by Noel Ayliffe; Reference Back by Frank E. Card; Fred's Descendants by L. Davison; -- And Bleep, Bleep to You by Cyril Bracegirdle; They Who Must Hide by Mark Streeter; The Last Silver Birch by James Gilfillan; The Book of Sounds by Hugh C. Rae; Many Years Ago by Donald Stark; The Atomic Train by T. M. Curlow; Congress of the Carnivores by K. Daly; The Many Lives of Isidore by Brian Edginton; Rhythm of the Rain by Alan Roe Stratton; Escape to Paradise by Ronald Deacon, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo
160416


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3 Boutilier, James A (ed.) Barry M Gough; Nigel D Brodeur; P Willet Brock; Barry D Hunt; Hugh Francis Pullen; Richard H Leir; J.H.W. Knox; Fraser M McKee; W.G.D. Lund; Marc Milner; Patrick Beesly; W.A.B. Douglas and Jurgen Rohwer; L.C. Audette; John Bovey

RCN in RETROSPECT, 1910 - 1968 (inc. Origins of Royal Canadian Navy; R.C.N. between Wars; Engineer's Outline of RCN History; Armed Merchant Cruisers during WWII; Participation in Battle of Atlantic; Role of Royal Navy's Submarine Tracking Room, etc)

Vancouver, British Columbia: Vancouver, BC: The University of British Columbia Press, 1982, 1st Edition, First Printing
1982 0774801522 / 9780774801522
First Edition
Soft Cover
Near Fine (see description)

Near Fine (see description) Text Cover
Not Signed
-----------hardcover, about 6.25w x 9.25h inches, a Near Fine copy, in a Near Fine dustjacket, former owner's embossed stamp on front blank endpaper, 373 pages, b&w photos, maps and charts, laid into this copy is a small pamphlet titled "The Laws of the Navy", this looks quite old and is heavily worn and creased as if it had been kept in a sailor's pocket, --- ---this contains: Introduction / James A. Boutilier; 1. The Royal Navy's Legacy to the Royal Canadian Navy in the Pacific, 1880-1914 / Barry M. Gough; 2. L.P. Brodeur and the Origins of the Royal Canadian Navy / Nigel D. Brodeur; 3. Commander E.A.E. Nixon and the Royal Naval College of Canada, 1910-22 / P. Willet Brock; 4. The Road to Washington: Canada and Empire Naval Defence, 1918-21 / Barry D. Hunt; 5. The Royal Canadian Navy between the Wars, 1922-39 / Hugh Francis Pullen; 6. "Big Ship Time": The Formative Years of RCN Officers Serving in RN Capital Ships / Richard H. Leir; 7. An Engineer's Outline of RCN History: Part I / J.H.W. Knox; 8. Princes Three: Canada's Use of Armed Merchant Cruisers during World War II / Fraser M. McKee; 9. The Royal Canadian Navy's Quest for Autonomy in the North West Atlantic / W.G.D. Lund; 10. Royal Canadian Navy Participation in the Battle of the Atlantic Crisis of 1943 / Marc Milner; 11. Operational Intelligence and the Battle of the Atlantic: The Role of the Royal Navy's Submarine Tracking Room / Patrick Beesly; 12. "The Most Thankless Task" Revisited: Convoys, Escorts, and Radio Intelligence in the Western Atlantic, 1941-43 / W.A.B. Douglas and Jurgen Rohwer; 13. The Lower Deck and the Mainguy Report of 1949 / L.C. Audette; 14. The Destroyers' War in Korea, 1952-53 / John Bovey; 15. Canadian Naval Aviation, 1915-69 / Stuart Soward; 16. HMCS Labrador and the Canadian Arctic / J.M. Leeming; 17. The Impact of Public Policy on a Naval Reserve Division / Michael Hadley; 18. An Engineer's Outline of RCN History: Part II / J.H.W. Knox; 19. The Royal Canadian Navy and the Unification Crisis / A. Keith Cameron ---Appendix: The Principal Vessels in the Marine and Fisheries Fleet in 1906 --- Notes -- Notes on Contributors ---"This tribute to a proud service surveys the history of the Royal Canadian Navy from its inception in 1910 to its demise in 1968. Although established as a declaration of Canada's independence from the imperial fleet, the RCN was the child of the Royal Navy. Its first ships were RN cast-offs, and for the next forty years officers trained in the British fleet -- their 'big ship time.' From these modest beginnings, the book deals with such related issues as the problem of imperial defense, the development of a naval service with a Canadian identity, and the evolution of a Canadian naval engineering capacity. --Expanding dramatically during World War II, the RCN gave convoy protection which proved crucial to the Allied victory at sea. New documentation on Canada's role in the Battle of the Atlantic highlights such critical factors as: the contribution of radio intelligence to anti-submarine warfare against the deadly German 'wolfpacks'; the wartime operational relationship of the RCN to the Royal Navy and the United States Navy; and the heroic role of Canadian sailors who served under fire. --Demobilization and the paying off of ships marked the postwar decline of the RCN. This decline was intensified by a series of mutinies which demonstrated the need for a less rigid, more 'democratic' relationship between officers and ratings. Despite these difficulties, the RCN served effectively in coastal operations during the Korean War and in the establishment of Canada's presence in the Arctic. --The last chapter records the reaction of the RCN's senior officers to government policy during the Unification Crisis of the 1960s and their unsuccessful attempts to maintain the independent identity of the RCN. It is ironic that on the eve of achieving its greatest measure of autonomy the RCN was overwhelmed by the forces of nationalism -- the same force which had acted as a catalyst in its formation. --Originally presented in 1980 at a conference on the history of the RCN, the papers in this book range from the first-hand recollections of ex-RCN personnel to the examination of previously classified documents from German and Allied archives. The RCN in Retrospect will serve to introduce many to Canada's naval heritage and will provide valuable new insights to all readers with an interest in naval history and lore"--- , any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo
160297


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