“Friday, March 11, 2022@ 21:02-OUR Royal Canadian Destroyers of W.W.II/1939-1945…RIVER CLASS DESTROYERS, TOWN CLASS DESTROYERS, TRIBAL CLASS DESTROYERS, V-CLASS DESTROYERS, C-CLASS=POST WAR, and at the end of W.W.II, SO YOU CAN ALSO RESEARCH Wikipedia, Manitoba Naval Museum, U-Boat.net, Naval-History.Net, forprosperityssake, and all etc.” On ALL the OCEANS, the WHITE CAPS FLOW. LEST WE FORGET, WE REMEMBER…YOU ALL ARE NOT FORGOTTEN; Yours Aye-Brian CANUCK Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
Originally posted on Canadian History Workshop: 1. What aspect of war, or event, does this piece of art depict? The canvas painting depicts two Canadian destroyers anchored in the Halifax harbour in the winter of 1941. The ship closest to the dock, marked with the letters H83, is the HCMS St. Laurent, a battleship…
“Canadian Destroyers” by Edwin Holgate — battleoftheatlantic19391945
SIMPLETON SUNDAY, April 11/2021@15:07-H.M.C.S. ST. LAURENT H 83, R.C.N., RIVER CLASS DESTROYER/W.W.II-1939/1945; RESEARCH THIS CANADIAN WARSHIP OF W.W.II, ON Wikipedia, Wiki…EVERYTHING, Naval-History.Net, U-Boat.Net, DEATH OF THE U-BOATS, by Edwin Palmer Hoyt, The River Class Destroyers/1939-1945, by Mr. Ken…Kenny MacPherson, and WELL, Y’ALL KNOW; SERVE THE WEB!!!
BLOG CREDIT: Mr.Edwin Holgate.
Yours Aye: Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
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Re-Phrase of Wording: Our Royal Canadian Navy Destroyers…