Military Relations between the United States and Canada, 1939-1945

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Chronology of Statements in the
Canadian House of Commons

Although not paralleled in the United States legislature, the Canadian procedure whereby the Prime Minister and his Cabinet Ministers present policy statements and render progress reports on the floor of the House of Commons offers an important source of authoritative material. A list of statements related to the subject matter of this study follows, with the page references to the bound House of Commons Debates:

1939
8 September Prime Minister W. L. M. King, "Canada Enters the War," pp. 25-41.
1940
20 May Mr. King, "Canada's War Effort," pp. 35-50.
21 May Minister of National Defense Norman McL. Rogers, "Canada's De-
fense Program,"
pp. 90-99.
4 June Mr. King "Naval Assistance to Britain," pp. 482-85.
18 June Mr. King "Emergency War Measures," pp. 853-56.
29 July Mr. King "Canada's Defense Policy," pp. 2089-92.
29 JulyMinister of National Defense J. L. Ralston, "Our Defense Program,"
pp. 2093-2103.
29 July Minister of National Defense for Air C. G. Power, "Air Forces and
Naval Services,"
pp. 2104-11.
30 July Minister of Munitions and Supply C. D. Howe, "Munitions and Sup-
ply,"
pp. 2113-20.
6 August Mr. King "Canadian Participation in the Pan American Union," pp.
2540-41.
12 November Mr. King "Canada's War Aims and Efforts and the Ogdensburg
Agreement,"
pp. 48-61.
15 NovemberCol. Ralston, "Canada's Military Program," pp. 136-53.
18 November Mr. Power "The Royal Canadian Air Force," pp. 164-76.
19 November Minister of National Defense for Naval Services A. L. Macdonald,
"The Royal Canadian Navy," pp. 202-08.
20 November Mr. Howe "Progress on War Production," pp. 258-72.
1941
17 February Mr. King "Progress of the War," pp. 806-17.
24-25 February Mr. King "The Permanent Joint Board on Defense," pp. 980-81,
1015-16.
24 March Minister of Mines and Resources T. A. Crerar, "Interpretation of the
Rush-Bagot Agreement,"
pp. 1777-79.
25 March Mr. King "Canada's War Effort," pp. 1852-54.
27 March Mr. King "Defense of Newfoundland," p. 1904.g

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