Canadian Defence and the Navy Question

Beginning in 1890s, Canadians had weighed in on the naval question, an increasingly contentious issue with no clear national consensus that contributed to the fall of the Wilfrid Laurier government in 1911. This pamphlet notes the re-emergence of the naval issue as a central topic of debate early in the First World War as Canadians confronted the immediate problem of defence.

Central Information Office of the Canadian Liberal Party, "Canadian Defence and the Navy Question," publication #31 (Ottawa, 1915)

Archives and Rare Collections - Morisset Library - University of Ottawa.
pamphlet, 80 pages