“WARSHIP WEDNESDAY, May 25, 2022-U-190, and U-889 SURRENDERED in Canadian Waters in May, 1945, H.M.C.SHIPS…Minesweepers CLAYOQUOT and ESQUIMALT were SUNK in Halifax, Nova Scotia, APPROACHES-20 Nautical Miles from PORT…J174 on December, 24/1944, AND J 272 on April 16, 1945..H.M.C.S. VALLEYFIELD K 329 SUNK south of Cape Race, K 664 H.M.C.S. CARLPLACE-ATTACKED by U-190…GNAT-German Naval Acoustic Torpedo. on March 24, 1945…NEAR MISS; in same LOCATION=SAMBRO LIGHT VESSEL as H.M.C.SHIPS CLAYOQUOT J 174, and ESQUIMALT J 272!!!” “Note: IF, more than precisely YOU WOULD LIKE to RESEARCH VERY SERIOUS W.W.II/1939-1945 Naval History; YOU MAY RESEARCH ALLIED WARSHIPS SUNK, and/or ATTACKED via Axis Submarine Successes/1939-1945, by Dr. Jurgen ROHWER, and OTHER PUBLISHED, and NON-PUBLISHED…ARCHIVAL, etc., materials.” “OPERATION PAUKENSCHLAG/DRUMBEAT I and II of Allied MERCHANT VESSELS and WARSHIPS; SUNK, and/or ATTACKED in U.S., CANADIAN, CARIBBEAN …WATERS, and For What Your little HEART DESIRES!!!” “The Battle of The Atlantic/1939-1945, was The Longest AND Most Decisive Campaign-of THE SECOND WORLD WAR/1939-1945!!!” “Also for SUNK U-BOATS in W.W.II/1939-1945; Death of The U-Boats, by Edwin Palmer HOYT…Back -Pages..in CONCERN of U-Boats Sunk…Damaged, BY ALL Allied Warships, AND Allied Aircraft/Coastal Command, and Escort Carrier…Aircraft Carrier!!!” Good Luck AND BRAVO ZULU on Your RESEARCH is the REWARD; Let us Keep W.W.II Naval History, ALIVE!!!” Yours Aye-Brian CANUCK Murza…(Killick Vison-Alias), W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. .
It is a diver’s Mona Lisa – a beautiful picture. Can you imagine the smile that must have come across diver Brian Corbin’s face when he and his team reviewed the images taken with their side-scan sonar and realized that they were most likely looking at a hither to undiscovered Nazi U-boat! And the icing on the cake; it’s in the Churchill River, Labrador, Canada more than 100 kilometres (62 miles) from the Atlantic Ocean – amazing! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zB1kyTVdxu4
Those sneaky German U-boats were known to cruise off Canada’s east coast during the World War Two, taking out 23 Allied cargo vessels and warships in the Saint Lawrence River and even a passenger ferry between Newfoundland and Cape Breton Island. Seemingly a long way from anywhere, the region though, was of strategic importance during the war. An Canadian…
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