|Statement||G.P. de T. Glazebrook.|
|Series||Carleton library -- no. 27-28., Carleton library -- no. 27-28.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Glazebrook, G.P. de T. (George Parkin de Twenebroker), History of Canadian external relations. Toronto, New York, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All . Shelves: history, school This book was an easy read, which is always a plus for a history book, as scholarly writing can often get a little tedious. The use of the sources was extensive and remained both useful and interesting/5. He has written on Canadian history, politics, economics, culture, nationalism, and foreign relations, and has contributed several entries to The Canadian Encyclopedia. He is the author of Walter Gordon and the Rise of Canadian Nationalism (MQUP, )/5(4). After an introductory chapter dealing with the conduct of external relations before , the book examines three distinct phases of the department's development. Although the department had modest beginnings under the first under-secretary, Sir Joseph Pope (), it was seen by his successor, O.D. Skelton, as an important instrument for 4/5(1).
The early volumes of Documents on Canadian External Relations, which are only available as paper editions in libraries, chronicle Canada's efforts from onward to define and express its international persona. The first six volumes trace the country's early struggle during and after the First World War to become an autonomous dominion. The first is to trace those particular facets of the development of Canada from the British colony of to the modern nation-state of that have to do with the gradual growth of Canadian control over external affairs. History of Global Affairs Canada. History of Global Affairs Canada. Canada owes much to its diplomats. For the first few decades after Confederation, Great Britain handled Canada’s international responsibilities, but the new country soon needed its own foreign ministry. On June 1, , the new Department of External Affairs opened its doors with a handful of employees in a poky . Mary Halloran is a member of the Historical Section of Global Affairs Canada and is the author of several articles and papers on the official history of the Department of External Affairs. Greg Donaghy is Head of the Historical Section of Global Affairs Canada and general editor of its series, Documents on Canadian External : John Hilliker, Mary Halloran, Greg Donaghy.
After an introductory chapter dealing with the conduct of external relations before , the book examines three distinct phases of the department's development. A History of Canadian External Relations Volume II In the Empire and the World Glazebrook G. P. Det. Published by McClelland & Stewart, Toronto (). "This book presents the sweep of Canadian history, and a grand sweep it is." - "Montreal Gazette" (on an earlier edition) First published in , The Illustrated History of Canada was the first comprehensive, authoritative one-volume chronicle of Canada from its earliest times/5. volume in the long-running series Documents on Canadian External Relations. Volume 25 is the second of two volumes covering the period from June to December “A knowledge of the history of Canada’s foreign policy is important for all Canadians,” said Mr. Pettigrew. “While policies may change, it is important that discussions about.