For Posterity's Sake
A Royal Canadian Navy Historical Project
Below are names of sailors who kept some sort of diary or record of their ships movements and events that happened during World War 2. Their diaries have been published here, for posterity's sake.
Burton, George, VR3229, RNCVR - George's WW1 diary while he was onboard minesweepers in UK waters.
Byway, Joseph - HMCS FENNEL K194, HMS ARESTHUSA, HMCS ALGONQUIN R17
Callow, Charles - HMCS NEW WATERFORD K321
Devonshire, George - HMCS WASKESIU K330
Lees, Joseph Ambrose Walter - HMCS ARRAS J15, HMCS ARVIDA K113, HMCS PORTAGE J331, HMCS SUMMERSIDE K141
Lees, Joseph Ambrose Walter - HMCS ARVIDA K113
Pearson, Robert E. - HMCS SWANSEA K328
Richmond, Robert V. - HMCS ST FRANCIS I93, HMCS VISON
Silvester, Jim - HMCS QUESNEL K133, HMCS INCH ARRAN K667, HMCS ONTARIO
Diaries posted on other websites
Deguire, Real Joseph - HMCS ALGONQUIN - Juno Beach Centre
Fortune, Terry - CFB Esquimalt Naval and Military Museum
MacFarlane, George R. Cdr - HMCS PRINCE ROBERT - The Nauticapedia