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HIS311Y1 Lecture 6 Borden, Canada, and the first world war, 1911-21 Sir Robert Borden (1854-1937) intelligent, plodding, Nova Scotian lawyer conservative party leader, 1901-20 Prime minister of Canada, 1911-20 Bordens view of the empire nationalist and imperialist Call us to your councils he said to the British, stating that Canada should be more represented in British counsel Loring Christie (wanted closer relation with Britain) Bordens Diplomacy, 1911-14 relations with the US Underwood Tariff, 1913 (could trade freer with the US) Peace War, 1914 (100 anniversary of the last conflict between Canada and the US) relations with Britain visit to London, 1912 (to discuss naval building with Churchill) Naval Aid Bill, 1912-13 (bill intended to send $35 million to the British to pay for 3 Dreadnought ships) ******** this term or other naval bill (involving Laurier) w
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