U-210 Sunk By HMCS Assiniboine 7-6-42

SERIAL NO. 4 U-210 SUNK BY H.M.C.S. ASSINIBOINE 7-6-42 POST MORTEMS ON ENEMY SUBMARINES DIVISION OF NAVAL INTELLIGENCE NAVY DEPARTMENT OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS WASHINGTON SERIAL No. 4 FINAL REPORT ON THE INTERROGATION OF SURVIVORS FROM U-210 SUNK BY H. M. C. S. ASSINIBOINE AUGUST 6, 1942 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON : 1942 OP-16-F-10(20) L11-1/EF74 CONFIDENTIAL Declassified Serial No. 0248116 O. N. I. 250 SERIES NAVY DEPARTMENT, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, October 25, 1942. 1. The O. N. I. 250 Series –…

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U-94 Sunk By USN PBY and HMCS Oakville

SERIAL NO. 5 U-94 SUNK BY U.S.N. PBY Plane and H.M.C.S. Oakville 8-27-42 POST MORTEMS ON ENEMY SUBMARINES DIVISION OF NAVAL INTELLIGENCE Confidential [Declassified] NAVY DEPARTMENT OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS WASHINGTON SERIAL No. 5 REPORT ON THE INTERROGATION OF SURVIVORS FROM U-94 SUNK ON AUGUST 27, 1942 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON : 1942 OP-16-F-10(20) SS/EF74 L11-1/EF74 CONFIDENTIAL Declassified Serial No. 02488116 O. N. I. 250 SERIES NAVY DEPARTMENT, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, October 25, 1942. 1. The O. N. I. 250 Series –…

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Royal Canadian Navy Commemorates the Battle of the Atlantic

May 5, 2019 – Today Canadians from all corners of the country commemorated the sacrifices of the thousands of Canadians who fought valiantly during the Battle of the Atlantic from 1939 to 1945. The National Commemorative Ceremony took place at the National War Memorial with participation by members of the Royal Canadian Navy and the Royal Canadian Air Force, as well as members of the Merchant Marines. Air Cadets and Sea Cadets from the National Capital Region, Navy League Cadets, Royal Canadian Legion Color Party, local veterans’ associations, the Diplomatic…

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Statement from Canada’s Combat Ship Team regarding the Battle of Atlantic

On May 6th, Canadians from sea to sea to sea commemorated the thousands of men and women who fought during the Battle of the Atlantic. From 1939 to 1945, the members of the Royal Canadian Navy, Royal Canadian Air Force, and the Merchant Navy served valiantly to fight for the freedom and security of all Canadians. From both sides of the Atlantic, Canada’s Combat Ship Team was proud to come together to pay tribute to everyone who fought during the longest campaign of the Second World War and we remember…

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Four Part YouTube Video on the Battle of the Atlantic

THE BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC Celebrated on the first Sunday of May, each year. PART 1                 1939-1940          PART 2  1941-1942           PART 3  1943-1945           PART 4  Statistics                             I presented it to the SUBMARINERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA (WEST) in 2018. Cheers, John Webber

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