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Sólo las descripciones de nivel superior National Defence Headquarters Directorate of History and Heritage Douglas, W.A.B. (William Alexander Binny), 1929-
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W.A.B. Douglas, Roger Sarty, Michael Whitby, Robert H. Caldwell, William Johnston and William G.P. Rawling collection

  • CA ON00093 2008/2
  • Fondos
  • ca. 2002-2006

Collection consists of manuscripts and comments related to the editing and publishing process of the book A Blue Water Navy: The Official History of the Royal Canadian Navy in the Second World War, Volume II Part 2: 1943-1945. Includes draft copies of chapters twelve to twenty-two with comments from various editors. Drafts were submitted for editing between September and December 2003 and are arranged by chapter number. There are eleven chapters:
XII. New Plans, Familiar Challenges: Fleet Planning, Reorganization and the Turning Point in the North Atlantic April-May 1943
XIII. North Atlantic Operations June-December 1943
XIV. Combined Operations in European Waters May 1942 to the Eve of NEPTUNE
XV. Towards a Balanced Fleet: Operations in European Waters, QUADRANT, and Fleet Modernization, 1942-1943
XVI. Prelude to NEPTUNE Operations with the Home Fleet, Coastal Forces, November 1943-May 1944
XVII. The Assault on Northwest Europe
XVIII. Guarding the Seaward Flank: July 1944-September 1945
XIX. The Inshore Anti-Submarine Campaign in European Waters June 1944-May 1945
XX. RCN Anti-Submarine Operations in the Northwest Atlantic 1944-1945
XXI. RCN Anti-Submarine Operations in the Northwest Atlantic 1944-1945
XXII. Outward to the Pacific: The Defence of the West Coast, Pacific Planning and Operations with the British Pacific Fleet April 1943-September 1945

Douglas, W.A.B. (William Alexander Binny), 1929-

W.A.B. Douglas, Roger Flynn Sarty and Michael J. Whitby collection

  • CA ON00093 2000/5
  • Colección
  • 1981-2003

Collection consists of English and French extracts, drafts, manuscripts, comments, administrative documents, maps and photographs related to the editing and publishing process of the book "No Higher Purpose: The Official Operational History of the Royal Canadian Navy in the Second World War, Volume II Part I: September 1939-April 1943". Fonds is comprised of the following 7 series:
I. Draft copies with comments
II. Administrative documents
III. Navy narratives
IV. Maps and photographs
V. Post War Naval Finding Aid
VI. General Files
VII. Admiralty

Douglas, W.A.B. (William Alexander Binny), 1929-

Norman Hillmer and W.A.B. Douglas collection

  • CA ON00093 89/97
  • Fondos
  • 1919-1985

Fonds consists of the preliminary work for The Creation of a National Air Force written by W.A.B. Douglas. The preliminary work was carried out by many historians beginning in the 1970s, and includes material on the Royal Canadian Air Force (personnel, history, operations, rearmament, interviews with retired Air-Marshals and Air Vice-Marshals, etc.), coastal commands, command and control of naval and air A/S forces in the Northwest Atlantic, Canadian Air Policy 1923-1939, the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (origins, aircrew selection, impact on Western Canada, etc.), and the Atlantic Ferry Organization and Ferry Command. Also included are maps, graphs, photographs, narratives, draft chapters, photocopies of prints, and 3 floppy diskettes. There are 6 series:
I - Preliminary material
II - Narratives
III - Draft chapters
IV - Photographs
V - Photographic material
VI - Photographic material and miscellaneous research material

Hillmer, Norman, 1942-

W.A.B. Douglas fonds

  • CA ON00093 99/36
  • Fondos
  • 1908-2001

Fonds consists of material generated by W.A.B. Douglas during his tenure as Director of History. Major items of interest are the working papers for several official histories, such as the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) volumes, and the Royal Canadian Navy history (RCN); administrative documents from the Directorate of History, and various documents from historical associations and conventions. There are also documents pertaining to the role of the Directorate of History in the Gulf of Maine international boundary dispute, as well as the United Nations Emergency Force withdrawal from Egypt. There are 16 series:
I. Directorate of History Administrative Documents
II. Official Histories of Royal Canadian Air Force and Royal Canadian Navy
III. Historical Associations
IV. Official Correspondence
V. T.C. Pullen Documents
VI. Personal Career Documents
VII. Gulf of Maine Dispute
VIII. Naval History
IX. Research Trips, Lectures, Interview and Papers
X. Articles Collected by Dr. W.A.B. Douglas
XI. Hamilton-Scourge Project
XII. 1993 Meeting of the Society for Military History
XIII. Friends of Canadian War Museum
XIV. United Nations Emergency Force Withdrawal Documents
XV. Assorted Personal Possessions
XVI. Interviews

Douglas, W.A.B. (William Alexander Binny), 1929-