England, Canada and The Great War

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The Floating Press, Nov 1, 2011 - History - 336 pages
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Penned by an officer who had a bird's-eye view of the action, this detailed narrative of Canada's role in World War I is a must-read for history buffs who are looking for a unique view of the conflict -- one that is all too often glossed over in traditional, European-centric accounts.
 

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Contents

Preface
5
Introduction
11
Chapter I Who Are the Guilty Parties?
27
Chapter II The Persistent Efforts of England in Favour of Peace
30
Chapter III The Call to Duty in Canada
43
Chapter IV Recruiting by Voluntary Service
47
Chapter V Intervention of Nationalism
50
Chapter VI What Do We Owe England?
52
Chapter XX British Imperialism
170
Chapter XXI The Situations of 1865 and 190014 Compared
174
Chapter XXII British Imperialism Naturally Pacifist
177
Chapter XXIII British Imperialism and Political Liberty
185
Chapter XXIV Imperial Federation and Bourassism
192
Chapter XXVII The Future Constitutional Relations of the Empire
206
Chapter XXVIII Outrages Are No Reasons
237
Chapter XXIX How Mr Bourassa Paid His Compliments to the Canadian Army
243

Chapter VII Canada is Not a Sovereign State
56
Chapter VIII German Illusions
66
Chapter IX The Nationalist Error
67
Chapter X Had Canada the Right to Help England?
70
Chapter XI The Duty of Canada
73
Chapter XII The Soudanese and South African Wars
75
Chapter XIII British and German Aspirations Compared
83
Chapter XIV The Veritable Aims of the Allies
102
Chapter XV Just and Unjust Wars
111
Chapter XVI Nationalist Views Condensed
129
Chapter XVII Loyal Principles Propounded
133
Chapter XVIII Imperialism
151
Chapter XIX American Imperialism
161
Chapter XXX Rash Denunciation of Public Men
254
Chapter XXXI Mr Bourassas Dangerous Pacifism
265
Chapter XXXII A Most Reprehensible Abuse of Sacred Appeals to the Belligerent Nations
270
Chapter XXXIII A Case for True Statesmanship
282
Chapter XXXIV AfterTheWar Military Problem
285
Chapter XXXV The Intervention of the United States in the War
295
Chapter XXXVI The AlliesRussiaJapan
307
Chapter XXXVII The Last Peace Proposals
315
Chapter XXXVIII Necessary Peace Conditions
328
Chapter XXXIX Conclusion
338
Appendix A
357
Appendix B
366
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