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  • HMCS Oakville article, page 2 of 3
    Image       ..detected and damaged by a US Naval aircraft. The fight has been vividly described in Maclean's Magazine, 19 October 1963, by the officer who boarded the U-94, Sub-Lieutenant Harold E.T. Lawrence, under the title "The Craziest Kill of the U-boat War"' The damage sustained in ramming the enemy forced OAKVILLE ...
    Image     ..detected and damaged by a US Naval aircraft. The fight has been vividly described in Maclean's Magazine, 19 October 1963, by the officer who boarded the U-94, Sub-Lieutenant Harold E.T. ...
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  • HMCS Oakville article, page 3 of 3
    Image       ...stations located an enemy submarine south of newfoundland, and a scratch hunting group under the command of captain (D), Halifax, who happened to be aboard HMCS RESTIGOUCHE, was sent to hunt it. Oakville was one of the shops detailed. However, the weather became so foul with force nine winds and ...
    Image     ...stations located an enemy submarine south of newfoundland, and a scratch hunting group under the command of captain (D), Halifax, who happened to be aboard HMCS RESTIGOUCHE, was sent to ...
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  • HMCS Oakville article, attached photograph
    Image       Copy of official photo of HMCS Oakville
    Image     Copy of official photo of HMCS Oakville
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  • HMCS Oakville article, page 1 of 3
    Image       OAKVILLE was one of the "Flower" Class corvettes built at the Lakehead by the Port Arthur Shipbuilding Company. Her triple expansion steam reciprocator was constructed by the Dominion Engineering Company and its 2750 horse-power gave her a top speed of 16 1/2 knots. Her keel was laid on 21 December ...
    Image     OAKVILLE was one of the "Flower" Class corvettes built at the Lakehead by the Port Arthur Shipbuilding Company. Her triple expansion steam reciprocator was constructed by the Dominion Engineering Company ...
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  • Diagram of a corvette
    Image       Corvettes, acting as antisubmarine warships, were used by Canada's navy to escort merchant ship convoys carrying men and supplies through the Atlantic. Their function was to detect and destroy the German submarines (U-boats) that threatened the convoys vital to Britain's survival....
    Image     Corvettes, acting as antisubmarine warships, were used by Canada's navy to escort merchant ship convoys carrying men and supplies through the Atlantic. Their function was to detect and destroy the ...
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