Halifax Explosion 12.6.1917 A view of the pyrocumulus cloud, most likely from Bedford Basin looking toward The Narrows, 15-20 seconds after the explosion.[

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.

...What was left of Halifax harbor after the biggest man-made explosion befor the A-bomb....

What was left of Halifax harbor after the biggest man-made explosion befor the A-bomb.

The Acadians are first Canadian settlers originating from France who were deported out of their homes and off their land in Nova Scotia by British Soldiers in 1755. Some families were scattered deeper into Canada but most went south into Florida and Louisiana where the word Acadian was shortened to 'Cajun'. My family stems from one man who evaded capture. He was a frontiersman who built a log home along a river in New Brunswick near the Mi'kmaq people.

The Acadians are first Canadian settlers originating from France who were deported out of their homes and off their land in Nova Scotia by British Soldiers in the word Acadian was shortened to 'Cajun'.

Why Nova Scotia Sends Boston a Christmas Tree Every Year

Why Nova Scotia Sends Boston a Christmas Tree Every Year

Halifax Explosion On December 1917 at AM, the Halifax Explosion severely destroyed much of the city. Boston authorities learned of the disaster via telegraph, and quickly organized and disp.

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1945 explosion @ halifax-the ship was overloaded with explosives when the accident detonated a massive explosion

The Halifax Explosion occurred on Thursday, December 6, 1917, when the city of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, was devastated by the huge detonation of a French cargo ship, fully loaded with wartime explosives, that had accidentally collided with a Norwegian ship in “The Narrows” section of the Halifax Harbour. Approximately 2,000 people (mostly Canadians) were killed by debris, fires, or collapsed buildings and it is estimated that over 9,000 people were injured.

The wreck of the SS Mont-Blanc which collided with the Norwegian ship, SS Imo. The resultant explosion killed approximately 2000 people and injured 4 times more.

Today in History-The Halifax explosion occurred on December 6, 1917, when 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 loaded with wartime explosives

Today in History-The Halifax explosion occurred on December when 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 loaded with wartime explosives

Halifax Explosion 1917

Aftermath of the Halifax Explosion - The Exhibition Building destroyed

Unique photographs taken by WWI sailor show the biggest manmade explosion in history when two warships crashed into each other Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2841066/ During the incident, the SS Mont-Blanc - a ship from France fully loaded with wartime explosives - collided with SS Imo from Norway

Unique photographs taken by WWI sailor show the biggest manmade explosion in history when two warships crashed into each other

Unique photographs taken by WWI sailor show the biggest manmade explosion in history when two warships crashed into each other Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2841066/ During the incident, the SS Mont-Blanc - a ship from France fully loaded with wartime explosives - collided with SS Imo from Norway

Ground zero of the Halifax Explosion. The shattered tug is the former minesweeper Stella Maris; she took the abandoned, burning Mont Blanc under tow. All but five of her crew died. (Old photo. Source).

Ground zero of the Halifax Explosion. The shattered tug is the former minesweeper Stella Maris; she took the abandoned, burning Mont Blanc under tow. All but five of her crew died.

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