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HMS Uganda, was a Second World War-era Crown Colony-class light cruiser launched in 1941. She served in the Royal Navy during 1943 and 1944, including operations in the Mediterranean, and was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy in in October 1944. She served in the Pacific theatre in 1945 and was put into reserve in 1947. When she was reactivated for the Korean War in 1952 she was renamed HMCS Quebec.

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BRITISH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR 1914-1918 (Q 68153) Sopwith Triplane. Single seat fighting scout. Serial number: N5438.

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BRITISH ARMY NORMANDY 1944 (B 5071) Royal Marine Commandos attached to 3rd Division for the assault on Sword Beach move inland, 6 June 1944. A Churchill bridgelayer can be seen in the background.

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from The Kristoffer's Universe In War Wiki

The HMCS Super Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carrier supercarriers are a class of five supercarriers being built for the Royal Canadian Navy. With a overall lenght of 325 metres and with a tonnage of 93 000 tons standard (105,000 tons deep load), they are the largest capital ships ever in the Royal Canadian Navy being built by Canada (and even larger than the UK:s largest supercarriers of the Super Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carrier). A ship of this class carry 75 fixed-wing aircraft…

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Royal Canadian Navy Enhanced Naval Boarding Party from Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) FREDERICTON, which is participating in a multi-national boarding exercise with NATO ships’ boarding teams from Spain and Morocco during Operation REASSURANCE. The photos were taken May 16, 2016. Photos courtesy Combat Camera.

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1944 - Sailor making his way across deck of a Royal Canadian Navy Corvette during a tour of convoy escort duty in the North Atlantic, with a heavy coating of ice.