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Two Navy divers lift an old artillery shell between two boats
Certificate of Bell Island U-boat attacks in 1942 as an event of provincial significance
Seaman's Memorial with stone monument, anchor, Canadian flag and gateway with Lest We Forget and a poppy
stone monument inscribed with account of the 1942 U-boat attacks and sinkings
stone monument listing names of dead sailors at Seaman's Memorial, Lance Cove, Bell Island
painting of cargo ship with a torpedo exploding in its side
Book cover showing the title and a photo of a German submarine
a man in blue suit talks into microphone at a remembrance ceremony with an RCMP police officer beside him
a crowd of uniformed men and women at a remembrance ceremony
Group of scuba divers on underwater shipwreck near a cross with poppies
badge of the British Merchant Navy, featuring a crown above the letters MN surrounded by a knotted rope
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