How big was the Canadian Navy in World War 1?
as i remember it was around between 5000 and 20000 soldiers
Pretty much impossible to answer a question like this. This is a very big country and Burh could have moved anywhere. He could be alive, he could have passed away. As well, Canadian privacy laws pretty much get riled up when people post private information like this, without the person's permission.
The Continental Army didn't really have a Navy during the Revoultionary War. The British had the best in the world. However, one of the big events was the French Navy blocking the British which led to an American win. The only reason the French were involved in the war at all is because they wanted Revenge on Great Britain after losing to them in the French & Indian War.
How did the division between the army and navy lead to us strategy in the Pacific during world war 2?
Europe was an "Army" show; the Pacific was a "Navy" show. Each one wanted their piece of the pie. The Navy wanted to implement "Plan Orange", the Army wanted to play a "big" role; and obviously couldn't in a "naval war." Therefore, the saving of England & Europe FIRST became the deciding factor. Army wins!
I was surprised when I read this in Wikipedia under the heading of Royal Canadian Navy that they were the third largest navy in the world. ****Second World War The RCN expanded greatly during the Second World War and following the end of the war was the third-largest navy in the world, behind the United States and the United Kingdom. Although it showed its inexperience at times during the early part of the war, a…