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Halifax in Wartime, 1939-1945



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Ships going up the harbour 
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 42

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

Ship going down the harbour 
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 42

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

Liner going down the harbour 
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 42

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

Liner at Ocean Terminals 
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 42

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

HMHS Newfoundland going up the harbour 
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 42

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

Warwick Castle with troops going to sea and Philadelphia and two other liners ready to go 
Date: 10 April 1942
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 43

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

Munargo loaded with American troops going to sea; AK-47 USS Aquila, supply ship in background 
Date: 10 April 1942
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 44

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

Munargo and Philadelphia 
Date: 10 April 1942
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 44

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

Philadelphia
Date: 10 April 1942
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 45

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

Philadelphia
Date: 10 April 1942
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 45

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

Port Darwin, Parkhaven, Dalmore and Tucurinca 
Date: 12 April 1942
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 46

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

Destroyer I-49, HMCS Columbia, Umbilin being coaled by Freeman 
Date: 13 April 1942
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 46

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

Destroyer L-27, HMS Viceroy Waldron 
Date: 13 April 1942
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 47

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

Destroyer I-79, HMCS Saguenay passing south, British freighter Dalmore and Dutch tanker Umbilin visible 
Date: 14 April 1942
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 47

Wartime Censorship in Halifax

British Whale Oil Factory ship Southern Princess 
Date: 14 April 1942
Reference no.: H.B. Jefferson Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1992-304 / 43.1.4 48

Wartime Censorship in Halifax
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