These links are to other Navy-related websites. Not much here now but it will gradually grow. Please let me know
about your favourite website and I'll add a link to it.
This page revised March 20, 2018.
General Navy Links :
- Canada's Naval Memorial: HMCS Sackville.
HMCS Sackville is Canada's oldest warship. This naval memorial and national historic site was a combat veteran
of the Second World War. She is the last of Canada's 123 corvettes, one of many convoy escort vessels built in
Canada and the United Kingdom during the war. She played a pivotal role in winning the Battle of the Atlantic
and holds a special place in Canadian naval history and heritage.
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- Canadian Military. A huge website which is still under
construction so you may want to return to it often. It has a good section on the Canadian Navy as well as on the other
branches of Canadian Military, from the War of 1812 to Canadians in Afghanistan right now. Also see the sections on
Canadians who fought in the American Civil War and in Vietnam.
- Canadian Navy of Yesterday & Today A large page of links which
is only one of a world-wide naval website.
- For Posterity's Sake. A huge website with great photos. And the "RCN Memories" section is not
to be missed!
- Naval History.ca. News, views, book reviews, and a
large collection of links to other navy websites. Last update seems to have been in 2010.
- Naval-History.net. This British-based website concentrates on RN
history, but it also contains the casualty lists of all Commonwealth navies up to about 1947. Also of note is a huge
(and still growing) collection of transcribed 19th- and 20th-century ship's logs from the British and US navies.
- Stokers on Line. Now off-line. Anyone know what happened to it?
Website mainly for stokers. Interesting photos but has lots of broken links.
- The Memory Project. A large and complex website with audio interview,
photographs, biographies, etc., of men and women from all of the services who served in Canadian wars from WW1 to
- World War One: The War at Sea.
Only a tiny part of the massive British Library website. A must-read for any naval history researcher.
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Health and Welfare :
The information provided on ANY website is not a substitute for advice from your doctor.
Veterans' Affairs Canada: Services.
Links are provided for: Mental Health, Disability Benefits, Financial Services, Homelessnes, and many other
services and information.
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U.S. Dept. of Veterans' Affairs: Mental Health.
If you are a member or former member of the U.S. military, this should be the first website
you check out.
(Added June 23, 2017)
HelpGuide.org: PTSD In Military Veterans.
For all too many veterans, returning from military service means coping with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder
(PTSD). HelgGuide.org is a non-profit, charitable organization.
(Added February 21, 2018)
- The links to all but the above health and welfare websites have been removed.
rcnhistory.org will not link to any "for profit"
websites. Please use Google to find websites which meet your needs.
- Examples to enter into Google:
- veterans+asbestos+(your country)
- veterans+financial+(your country)
- veterans+housing+(your country)
- veterans+PTSD+(your country)
- veterans+rehabilitation+(your country)
- veterans+substance+abuse+(your country)
- veterans+support+(your country)
Links to personal Navy websites :
- The Roger Litwiller Collection of RCN Photos.
Author and artist Roger Litwiller has an extensive collection of mostly World War Two photos
on the Flickr photo website. There are well over 2,500 photos in this collection.
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Links to ships and bases mentioned on this website :
- HMCS Cape Breton.
- HMCS Cornwallis. Website of the
Cornwallis Military Museum. They have a large collection of graduation photos available for download.
- CFB Esquimalt Naval & Military Museum.
In addition to exhibits and displays, the museum houses an expanding archive and library that includes thousands of photographs
and documents, histories of Canadian naval vessels, navigation charts, biographies of important leaders in the Royal Canadian Navy,
ship plans, and copies of the Navy List (officers' names only).
- "Under The Cat" : HMCS Bonaventure, HMCS Magnificent, HMCS Warrior.
- The History of Military Automotive Vehicles.
Many thanks to Trevor, a student of military history, who suggested this interesting website. It's packed with
information, most of which was new to me, and also contains useful links for further research.
(Added February 2, 2018)
Can you provide new links or corrections?
Are any of the above links broken?
Please email Charlie Dobie.
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