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Canada and the Second World War - Canada's War at sea. 1939-1945

Type: Document

Despite early growing pains, the Royal Canadian Navy grew into a formidable anti-submarine force. The R.C.N. sank 28 enemy submarines and escorted Allied shipping across the Atlantic and along the northeastern seaboard of North America.

Site: Canadian War Museum

Canada and the Second World War - The War comes to Canada. 1942-1945

Type: Document

By May 1942, German U-boats penetrated Eastern Canada's waters, sinking merchant vessels and warships near Halifax Harbour, in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and the St. Lawrence River.

Site: Canadian War Museum