Post 450 Sorry for posting so many articles on this blog this last week. People have shared so much and are still sharing. I really intended to close the book on the story of HMCS Athabaskan. But can you really close the book on the Athabaskan which sank on April 29, 1944, off the coast […]We Fight as One — Lest We Forget
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