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    Forbes Brown

    A photograph of HMCS Sioux, a destroyer which served in the Royal Canadian Navy.

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    Forbes Brown

    A photograph of a building in a Russian port taken in 1944. In the foreground is one of HMCS Sioux's deck guns. Sioux escorted convoys to Russia on what was known as the Murmansk Run.

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    Cyril Roach

    Landing Ship, Tank (LST) aground on Sword Beach, Normandy, 6 June 1944.

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    Cyril Roach

    Landing Ship, Tank (LST) aground on Sword Beach, Normandy, 6 June 1944.

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    W.J. Hembroff

    HMCS Haida, 1944.

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    Carman Eldridge

    A portrait of HMCS Thunder's crew taken in 1941.

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    Robert C. Nelson

    Two officers and crew on stern of HMCS Quinte. Note depth charge canisters. January 1945.

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    Robert C. Nelson

    1943. While on convoy escort, HMCS Sherbrooke spotted an abandoned American Liberty Ship. A rescue team was sent and boarded the ship and came back with no survivor.

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    Doug Kirk

    "Old Mike", HMCS Cornwallis' Mascot. Post Card bought by Doug Kirk in Canteen at HMCS Cornwallis, 1943.

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    Doug Kirk

    Officers and Crew HMCS Meon. Doug Kirk is Upper Left.

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    Daniel Kendrick

    HMCS Huron travelling to Sasebo, Japan for repairs after running aground on the Korean island of Yang-do on 13 July 1953.

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    Daniel Kendrick

    HMCS Huron travelling to Sasebo, Japan for repairs after running aground on the Korean island of Yang-do on 13 July 1953.

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    Daniel Kendrick

    HMCS Huron in dry dock for repairs in Sasebo, Japan after running aground on the Korean island of Yang-do on 13 July 1953.

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    Daniel Kendrick

    HMCS Huron in dry dock for repairs in Sasebo, Japan after running aground on the Korean island of Yang-do on 13 July 1953.

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    Alonzo Blackmore

    The SS Louis Pasteur was the ship that took Alonzo Blackmore to England in 1944.

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