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

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Destroyer I-04, HMCS Annapolis proceeding south with George Washington behind her

Date: 28 March 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 32

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Destroyer I-04, HMCS Annapolis proceeding north with Bernard behind her

Date: 28 March 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 32

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Crane Halcrane going north with tug Bansaga on port side

Date: 28 March 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 32

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


SS Agapenor with SS George Washington in background

Date: 2 April 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 33

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Warwick Castle going north, with George Washington in background

Date: 4 April 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 33

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Destroyer H-60, HMCS Ottawa goes out, in background are British freighters

Date: 4 April 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 34

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Destroyer H-60, HMCS Ottawa going to sea

Date: 4 April 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 34

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Warwick Castle and Dutch torpedoed tanker Corilla

Date: 4 April 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 35

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Possibly RCAF speedboat passing south, while liner SS George Washington is flying her signal letters

Date: 4 April 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 35

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Agapenor looking more like a freighter than a passenger ship

Date: 4 April 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 37

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Stern half of Nueva Andalucia stranded on bank at Mauger's Lighthouse, with destroyer L-07 , HMS Airedale going out towards gate

Date: 5 April 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 37

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


SS Trongate and tanker group

Date: 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 38

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Destroyer H00, HMCS Restigouche going out

Date: 5 April 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 38

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Roxane, flying Free French flag

Date: 5 April 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 38

Wartime Censorship in Halifax


Freighter SS Yorkmar coming in

Date: 6 April 1942

Reference: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives 1992-304 / 43.1.4 39

Wartime Censorship in Halifax



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