Navy League

The Navy League refers to various organisations worldwide:

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Sea Cadets - National and Territorial Sea Cadet Corps
... Australia Australian Navy Cadets formed from the Australian Naval Reserve Cadet Corps and the Navy League Sea Cadet Corps Navy League Sea Cadet Corps Belgium Royal Belgian ...
Navy League (Germany) - Effects
... Beside the influence on political decisions, the league’s aim was to strengthen the understanding and interest of the German people for the importance and duties ... aroused a widespread enthusiasm for the navy, reflected by several magazines and adventure books right up to collectible cards and sailor suits for children ... In 1898, the Navy League had over 300,000 fee paying members and 770,000 affiliated through other organizations ...
Cadet Organisations With Navy League Roots - Girls
... Girls' Nautical Training Corps or GNTC Navy League Wrennette Corp - Canadian girls' Cadet organisation ...
Sea Cadet Association Of New Zealand - External References
... organizations International International Sea Cadet Association Australia Australian Navy Cadets Navy League Sea Cadet Corps (former) Belgium Royal Belgian Sea Cadet ...
Navy League Wrennette Corp
... The Navy League Wrennette Corps was formed by the Navy League of Canada in 1950 as a cadet organisation for girls to complement the Navy League Cadet Corps of Canada ... The old Wrennettes organisation is now a part of the Navy League Cadet Corps ...

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