HMS Uganda, was a Second World War-era Crown Colony-class light cruiser launched in 1941. She served in the Royal Navy during 1943 and 1944, including operations in the Mediterranean, and was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy in in October 1944. She served in the Pacific theatre in 1945 and was put into reserve in 1947. When she was reactivated for the Korean War in 1952 she was renamed HMCS Quebec.

HMS Uganda was a Crown Colony-class light cruiser of the British Royal Navy launched in

Able Seaman Armand Therien of the Royal Canadian Navy Beach Commandos, England, 20 July 1944.

20 July Able Seaman Armand Therien, Royal Canadian Navy Beach Commando, Party, on Juno Beach Sector, Normandy. He is holding a Enfield Lanchester SMG (which was a direct copy of the.

HMCS Bonaventure (CVL 22)  and the HMCS Gatineau (DDE 236) Halifax Harbour

HMCS Bonaventure (CVL 22) and the HMCS Gatineau (DDE 236) Halifax Harbour

HMCS Ontario was a Minotaur class light cruiser built for the Royal Navy as HMS Minotaur (53), but transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy on completion and renamed Ontario.    She was built by Harland & Wolff of Belfast; laid down on 20 November 1941 and launched on 29 July 1943. She was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy in July 1944, and completed and commissioned with them on 25 May 1945.

HMCS Ontario was a Minotaur class light cruiser built for the Royal Navy as HMS…

HMCS Ontario was a Minotaur class light cruiser built for the Royal Navy as HMS Minotaur (53), but transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy on completion and renamed Ontario.    She was built by Harland & Wolff of Belfast; laid down on 20 November 1941 and launched on 29 July 1943. She was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy in July 1944, and completed and commissioned with them on 25 May 1945.

HMCS Ontario was a Minotaur class light cruiser built for the Royal Navy as HMS…

Commander Thomas H. Beament - "HMCS Ville de Quebec Gets a Sub"

HMCS Ville de Québec Gets a Sub. War artist Harold Beament’s painting depicts the destruction by the Canadian corvette of the German on 13 Jan 43

Royal Canadian Navy Admiral's Cap 1953-1968

Royal Canadian Navy Admiral's Cap 1953-1968

Unidentified members of the Royal Canadian Navy (R.C.N.) in a train leaving Union Station, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 19 November 1940. (item 1)

Unidentified members of the Royal Canadian Navy (R.) in a train leaving Union Station, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 19 November (item

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