A request from a reader – HMCS St. Croix – A Tragic Saga — Lest We Forget — battleoftheatlantic19391945 — battleoftheatlantic19391945 — battleoftheatlantic19391945

Request Don’t know if this is appropriate place for this comment. In doing some research on HMCS St. Croix, I have found references of her being assigned to Escort Group 1, partnered with HMCS Assiniboine, Escort Group C 5, Escort Group C 1, and Escort Group C 9 . What am I supposed to believe? […] […] […] […]

A request from a reader – HMCS St. Croix – A Tragic Saga — Lest We Forget — battleoftheatlantic19391945 — battleoftheatlantic19391945 — battleoftheatlantic19391945

“ADDITION TO MATERIAL DIRECTLY ABOVE, AS POSTED BY THE AUTHOR, Mr. Pierre LEGACE… Yes Pierre, YOUR REQUEST IS AN APPROPRIATE PLACE FOR THIS COMMENT, AND YOU ARE RIGHT ON THE CANADIAN JACK-ASSES NOSE…PRECISE IN JUDGEMENT THAT IS, AS H.M.C.S. ST. CROIX I-81…DID SERVE WITH ESCORT GROUP C-1…C-REPRESENTING CANADIAN, C-5, AND AT THE TIME OF HER SINKING SUPPORT GROUP C-9…WHICH WAS JUST NEWLY FORMED, PRIOR TO SAILING IN BOTH CONVOYS, CONVOY ON.202, A FAST CONVOY, AND ONS.18, A SLOW CONVOY; WHICH WERE ORDERED BY ADMIRALTY OF THE ROYAL NAVY, TO JOINT TOGETHER AT SEA, DUE TO THE WOLF PACKS ACCUMULATED IN THEIR LONGITUDE/LATITUDE, AT SEA. H.M.C.S ST. CROIX I-81, PRIOR TO THESE GROUPS MENTIONED, AFTER COMMISSIONING ON SEPTEMBER 24, 1940, AS H.M.C.S. ST. CROIX I-81, AT HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA, SERVED WITH N.E.F., NEWFOUNDLAND ESCORT FORCE. H.M.C.S. ST. CROIX I-81, WAS CREDITED WITH THE SINKING OF U-90, ON JULY 24, 1942, DURING CONVOY ON.113, WITH NO SURVIVORS, AND ON MARCH 04, 1943, DURING THE CONVOY KMS. 10, H.M.C.S. ST. CROIX I-81, AND H.M.C.S. SHEDIAC K110 COLLABORATED IN THE SINKING OF U-87, WITH NO SURVIVORS. U-97, WAS A POST WAR REASSESSMENT, BY THE ROYAL NAVY ADMIRALTY HISTORICAL BOARD, AND CLAIMED THE SINKING WAS ACTUALLY U-87, WITH THE INFORMATION POSTED!!!”

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Brian MURZA/Killick Vison is battleoftheatlantic19391945; W.W.II NAVAL RESEARCHER-PUBLISHED AUTHOR, PRESENT DAY NAVAL-MILITARY ANALYST, from Canada.

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