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painting of a cargo ship with a torpedo exploding in its side
sepia map of Bell Island and Conception Bay, Newfoundland
three rows of dozens of army tanks and workers in a factory
Two workers pouring molten steel in an industrial steel mill
two workers operating a rock drill in a mine shaft at Bell Island
Power shovel loading iron ore into an ore car and two workers in a mine shaft
Graph showing iron ore exports to Canada, Germany, Britain and the USA
drawing of Bell Island iron mine shafts extend miles under the Atlantic Ocean
Newfoundland postage stamp showing a ship loading iron ore at Bell Island loading pier
old photo of a cargo ship tied up at a loading pier with a conveyor belt
poster showing a convoy of merchant ships accompanied by a Naval escort
British Merchant Navy recruiting poster showing ship’s officer and coxswain
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