The Life and Times of Engineer Rear Admiral George Leslie Stephens CB CBE CD RCN (1889-1979) written by his son Vice Admiral (Ret’d) Robert Stephens. The subject of this fascinating biography goes through some of the most historical events in Canadian naval history. These range from rescuing HMCS Niobe after damage in the Halifax Explosion of 1917, development and incorporation of new ships between wars and the massive expansion of the Royal Canadian Navy in the Second World War. For anyone interest in Canadian naval history, this book is a must. For each book sold, a donation is made to the Jeanne Stephens foundation, supporting poor children in Africa. Glossy covered 6 X 9 inch book illustrated with numerous photos. 273 pages.