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

“YOU ALL ARE REMEMBERED ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY PERSONNEL, MERCHANT NAVAL PERSONNEL, THAT WE LOST, A CASUALTY OF WAR, K.I.A., IN THE BLOG POSTED, AND YOU ALL ARE REMORSED…VERY, VERY DEEPLY, BY COMMONWEALTH/DOMINION AND ALLIED HUMAN-BEINGS, more than precisely MUCH MORE IN A MOURNING FORMAT, THAN JUST ON REMEMBRANCE DAY/NOVEMBER 11TH…AS PEOPLE THAT MOURN…REALLY AND TRULY-COMPREHEND YOUR LOSS, OUR GAIN; AS FREEDOM CAME DUE TO YOUR DUTY-HONOUR AND VALOUR, ON MAY 08, 1945…VICTORY IN EUROPE DAY…FOR A ONCE GERMAN OCCUPIED EUROPEAN NATIONS, AND V.J., DAY/VICTORY IN JAPAN DAY, ON SEPTEMBER 03, 1945 IN THE PACIFIC THEATER…TO HALT W.W.II/1939-1945…TO A CONDITIONAL SURRENDER AND PEACE…WORLD WIDE!!!”

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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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