Admiral Sir Charles E. Kingsmill: Forgotten Father; Commodore Walter Hose: Ordinary Officer, Extraordinary Endeavour; Admiral Percy W. Nelles: Diligent Guardian of the Vision; Rear-Admiral Leonard Warren Murray: Canada's Most Important Operational Commander; Vice-Admiral George C. Jones: The Political Career of a Naval Officer; Vice-AdmiraI Howard Emmerson Reid and Vice- Admiral Harold TayIor Wood Grant: Forging the New "Canadian" Navy; Vice-Admiral E. Rollo Mainguy: Sailors' Admiral; Vice-Admiral Harry G. DeWolf: Pragmatic Navalist; Vice-Admiral Herbert S. Rayner: The Last Chief of the Canadian Naval Staff; Rear-Admiral William M. Landymore: The Silent Service Speaks Out; Vice-Admiral Harold A. Porter, 1970-71; Rear-Admiral Robert W. Timbrell, 1971-73; Vice-Admiral J. Andrew Fulton, 1980-83; Vice-Admiral Charles M. Thomas, 1987-89; Vice-Admiral Robert E. George, 1989-91; Vice-Admiral John R. Anderson, 1991-92; Index.
Michael Whitby is a Senior Naval Historian at the Directorate of History and Heritage, DND, and co-author of The Official History of the Royal Canadian Navy in the Second World War.
Richard H. Gimblett is an historian and defence policy analyst, and Research Fellow with the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie University. Among many other publications he has authored major studies of Canada's role in the 1990-91 Persian Gulf War and in the War Against Terrorism.
Peter Haydon is a Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie University in Halifax. A long time commentator and analyst of Canadian naval affairs, his most important work is The 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis: Canadian Involvement Reconsidered.