FRIDAY, May 14@23:48-THE ABOVE W.W.II/1939-1945 PHOTO; H.M.C.S. HAIDA G 63, IS MY FAVOURITE, IN THIS BLOG.
H.M.C.S. HAIDA G 63, WAS CREDITED WITH BEING OUR ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY’S…AND CANADA’S …FIGHTINGEST WARSHIP OF W.W.II, AS G 63 SUNK THE MOST ENEMY/AXIS GRT-TONNAGE, OF ANY OTHER CANADIAN SHIP OF WAR/WARSHIP!!!
CAN YOU IMAGINE, THE PRIDE OF BEING A CANADIAN MAN/HERO; AND SERVING IN H.M.C.S. HAIDA G 63, DURING W.W.II?
EXCEELENT BLOG …BLOG CREDIT: Exploriment.
Yours Aye: Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
On Thanksgiving weekend, the Saturday was spectacular, and rather than be a shut in hunched over a computer working on type, I wandered down to the waterfront. Ended up down by the HMCS Haida. Any time I’ve been down at the Haida before, it’s a half hour before closing or it’s closed for the winter season. Well this time I was there before 10:00, and for a paltry $3.90 I got to explore a fascinating piece of Canadian history.
(Taking photos inside was a challenge, partially because I have a crappy camera, the light often isn’t great, but also because it is really cramped inside, and many of the rooms you can’t actually go into. The angles you’re forced to visually record the different rooms from are often not the best to get the whole picture. Still, I hope they give you an idea.)
The prow of the…
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