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Halifax Harbour Disaster - Dec 6 1917. A French Ship Carrying Explosives Collides With A Norweigan Ship resulting In 2,000 Killed And 9,000 Injured.It was the largest Explosion In History Until The First A-Bomb Test In The 1940's.

The Halifax Explosion occurred on December when much of the city of Halifax in Nova Scotia, Canada, was devastated by the detonation of the SS Mont-Blanc, a French cargo ship that was fully laden with wartime explosives.

Foggy Morning, Halifax, Nova Scotia photo via bw

I don't believe this photo was taken in Halifax.Lived here for 33 years . I recognize none of these buildings. Looks like Britain to me. Foggy Morning, Halifax, Nova Scotia photo by Janesdead

Angus L MacDonald Bridge, Halifax, NS, Canada

The Angus L. Macdonald Bridge, known locally as "the old bridge", is a suspension bridge crossing Halifax Harbour in Nova Scotia, Canada; it opened on April

Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada Titanic Cemetary. Many people don't know that the bodies of those recovered from the Titanic were brought to and buried in Halifax. The city also has an excellent museum downtown with artifacts from the ship.

Many people don't know that the Titanic victims were picked up by Canadian ships. The majority of the 328 bodies are buried in Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Halifax also has an excellent museum downtown with artifacts from the ship.

Halifax, Nova Scotia

The Citadel, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; Halifax Citadel National Historic Site is a symbol of Halifax’s role as a principal naval station in the British Empire, which was completed in 1856 and is the fourth in a series of forts on the site.