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Officers on the bridge of Canadian corvette HMCS Trillium, circa 1940-1942

Caption     Officers on the bridge of Canadian corvette HMCS Trillium, circa 1940-1942 ww2dbase
Photographer    Unknown
Source    ww2dbaseCanadian Navy Heritage
Identification Code   JT-159
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Added By C. Peter Chen

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Rob Stuart says:
24 Mar 2012 04:48:24 AM

In this photo Trillium appears to be in the St Lawrence River. Trilliun was built at Montreal and commissioned on 31 October 1940, so the photo probably dates from that period.
2. Jacqui Marie Melanson says:
4 Nov 2019 05:11:42 PM

My father served on this ship and had some amazing stories
3. Gerald Campbell says:
24 Mar 2020 03:09:27 PM

My comment from November 2012 appears to have been deleted. Why?
4. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
28 Mar 2020 06:16:09 AM

Gerald Campbell, thanks for visiting WW2DB. Your 22 Nov 2012 was posted on the main Trillium article at:


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