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'An East Coast Port': Halifax in Wartime, 1939 - 1945

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I-24, HMCS Hamilton, a four-stack destroyer

Date: 3 February 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 16

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Armed merchant cruisers HMS Alcantara and HMS Ranpura

Date: 7 February 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 16

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Dominion Monarch turning in front of armed merchant cruisers Alcantara and Ranpura

Date: 7 February 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 17

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Dominion Monarch with Olaf Bergh in rear

Date: 7 February 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 17

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Senga, Rangitiki and Graiglas

Date: 25 January 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 18

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Corvette K-177, HMCS Dunvegan, British liner Rangitiki and British freighter Graiglas

Date: 25 January 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 18

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Honduras freighter Mana and five other vessels

Date: 16 February 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 19

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


I-20, four-stack destroyer, HMS Calwell and five other vessels

Date: 24 February 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 19

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


British submarine N-5, HMS Severn coming in with two shell holes, Milcrest behind her to the right

Date: 1 March 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 21

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Toward bringing survivors to pier, with torpedoed Dutch freighter Corilla in background

Date: 1 March 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 21

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


SS Diloma showing torpedo hole in her hull; SS Empire Cromwell and two freighters in background

Date: 1 March 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 22

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Torpedoed Diloma and Cristales with others in background

Date: 1 March 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 22

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Catapult Aircraft Merchant(CAM) ship Empire Spray and others

Date: 1 March 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 23

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Daghestan, Baron Jedburgh, Egda and Celtic Star

Date: 1 March 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 23

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Russian icebreaker Krasin(ship with two funnels), torpedoed British tanker Diloma, and other vessels

Date: 2 March 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 24

Wartime Censorship in Halifax



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