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HMCS Anticosti, date unknown

Caption   HMCS Anticosti, date unknown ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 11 Nov 2011



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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Tom_M says:
23 Oct 2014 11:17:28 AM

Photo SPECIFIC date unknown. But, we know from her service life, that it's somewhere between:
Commissioned: August 10, 1942, Collingwood, ON
Disposal: June 17, 1943, Plymouth, UK (Returned to RN)
2. Tom_M says:
23 Oct 2014 11:24:07 AM

It occurred to me that my previous comment may not be sufficient info to tie it to anything... The HMCS Anticosti (unknown date) photo is SOMEWHERE between these two:
Commissioned: August 10, 1942, Collingwood, ON Disposal: June 17, 1945, Plymouth, UK (Returned to RN)
found on: uboat.net/allies/warships/ship/2717.html
; ww2db.com/ship_spec.php?ship_id=791

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