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GENESIS OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY by Macandie. G.L.A compilation by the Secretary Australian Naval Board 1914-1946
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Alfred Henry Pettifer. Government Printer Sydney 1949. Chapters in this interesting book cover a wide spectrum of Australian naval chronology including glimpses of Early Naval History the Colonial Naval Defence Act, 1865; First Steps towards the Australian Auxiliary Squadron; Colonial Conference, 1887, and the Australian Auxiliary Squadron; Commander Robert Muirhead Collins, Secretary, Defence Department of Victoria; Colonial Conference, 1897; Proposal for Royal Naval Reserve in Australia - Views of Commander Collins and Lord Brassey; Report of Conference of Commonwealth Naval Officers, 1899; Commander Robert Collins on Naval Defence; Mr. Barton and the views of Rear-Admiral Sir Lewis Beaumont; Nature of possible attacks on Australia in 1901; Captain Creswell's historic report; Federated Australia and a Navy; Views of Sir John Forrest, Minister for Defence; Colonial Conference, 1902; Council of Defence Meeting, 1905; Vice-Admiral Sir Arthur Fanshawe's views and Captain Creswell's criticism; Captain Creswell's plea for the local Naval Forces; Mr. Deakin proposes revision of Naval Agreement of 1903; Captain Creswell on Australia's Defence Needs, 1905; The case for an Australian Naval Force (lst January, 1906); Captain Creswell's advice re capabilities of Destroyer defence; Captain Creswell's visit to England, 1906; Report of Committee of Imperial Defence, 1906 and criticism by Commonwealth Naval Officers' Committee; Mr. Deakin adopts proposals of Creswell's Committee; Vice-Admiral Sir Wilmot Fawkes' views re Australian Naval Defen

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