The British Navy
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 5 Dec 1918, p. 407-416
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The British Navy

How the British Empire is different from other empires, and how different from the Germans. Reasons why the seamen have stood loyally by the Crown, and used every effort to bring Great Britain successfully through this great war. Gratitude for what the Navy League has done over the last 14 years. Some words on the German Emperor. Some personal reminiscences and anecdotes from the War experiences of the speaker. How the Hun broke the honour of the sea which had not been broken for four centuries. Our duty now to deal with the Hun that is here in our midst. Guarding against the doctrine of the Hun, of Karl Marx. Up to us to see that the honour is done to the brave boys who gave up their lives in this War. A concluding poem.