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|Ships & Boats: Warships: 20th Century|
|The Niobe The Niobe, seen here near Halifax, was one of the
first two warships of the Canadian Navy, established in 1910.
|Canadian Corvettes Canadian Corvettes as anti-submarine
escorts, protecting war convoys to Europe.
|R.C.N. Corvette Canadian federal wartime Naval Minister,
Angus MacDonald, examining the model of an R.C.N. Corvette at a naval exhibition in Ottawa,
|Atlantic Convoy An Atlantic convoy in 1942 assembling at
|Dieppe Raid Canadian troops in a landing-craft alongside a
British destroyer, waiting to take their Bren-gun carriers onto shore for the Dieppe Raid on the
French Channel coast, August, 1942.
|Haidi Rescue The R.C.N. Haida picking up German survivors,
after sinking an enemy submarine off France in June, 1944. The Haida is now a permanent
sea-war memorial in the Toronto harbour.
|The Corvette The Corvette, as depicted on a 1944 Canadian
|Pictou Shipyard Women workers at Pictou Shipyard, Pictou,
Nova Scotia, 1943.
|U-Boat surrender Seaman from H.M.C.S. Chilliwack boarding a
badly damaged German U744 U-Boat.
|D-Day Action Canadian troops landing on Normandy beaches
during the D-Day invasion, June 6, 1944.
|Naval Escorts Canadian troops with naval escorts off the English
coast, World War II, making practice landings in preparation for the invasion of
|Troop Return Canadian troops returning home from Europe,
1945, arriving in Halifax in late June.
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