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Remembering HMS Hood.

In 1941 the biggest threat to the Atlantic convoys supplying England was the German Battleship Bismark. The biggest battleship of the war it out gunned the largest ships of the Royal Navy. The Prime Minister Winston Churchill said it had … Continue reading

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My First Christmas Morning Memory 1942

I thought on this Christmas Eve 2013 it would be nice to share the memories of my first Christmas, the first one that I was at least old enough to be aware of. We lived in a dingy little flat … Continue reading

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A New Month

On the 1st of September 1942 HMCS Morden launched a depth charge attack on a submerged UBoat. Two days later the UBoat was listed as missing and several years later the Morden is given credit for the sinking. HMCS Morden … Continue reading

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