A Great Fleet of Ships: The Canadian Forts & Parks

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Vanwell Pub., Jan 1, 1999 - Transportation - 312 pages
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During World War II Canadian shipyards built more than four hundred merchant ships, most of them 10,000-ton cargo ships. For the first time this extraordinary accomplishment is described in detail, including the design of the so-called "Forts and Parks" ships, their construction, and each ship's operation and history. Also provided is a fold-out plan, to scale, of the British ship from which the Canadian program originated.

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Acknowledgements
vii
Historical Perspectives
15
The War at Sea
21
Copyright

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Heal, a veteran of the Royal Navy, is the author of four books on naval history.

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