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Victims of the Halifax explosion ( mostly children) recovering in the hospital.

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Kitz Collection,

A victim of the Halifax Explosion sits up in a hospital bed, likely at Pine Hill Convales­cent Hospital where injured babies were treated. In 2008 we learned the girl was Kathleen Malloy. (City of Toronto Archives)

Photos tell story of devastation

Halifax Explosion Nova Scotia Canada 1917 About 2000 people killed

Nova Scotia Archives, Halifax NS (no. 1991-325 / negative: N-7050)

Nova Scotia Archives, Halifax NS (no.

There was a great loss of life at Richmond School, which was destroyed in the Halifax Explosion.

The Halifax Explosion: Could it happen again?

Richmond school was hit hard during the Halifax Explosion, with many casualties.

Canadian railway train evacuation in Halifax (Dec 6, 1917)

Canadian railway train evacuation in Halifax (Dec

Roller Derby on the Mauretania!!

Onboard the "Mauretania". A view of the deck onboard the Mauretania, with a young boy and girl skating along the deck.

City of Ruins: the Halifax explosion - Alan Mendelsohn 2003 - VH08118 -- "About the collision of the Mont Blanc & the Imo in Halifax on December 6, 1917. The burning, munitions-laden Mont Blanc crashed into the shore, setting off an explosion which destroyed much of the city & many lives. It is considered the greatest man-made explosion until Hiroshima."

Nova Scotia Archives - 'A Vision of Regeneration'

A brass band plays as some of the nearly 2,000 people killed in the Halifax Explosion lie in coffins awaiting burial. The December 6, 1917 explosion wiped out most of the city's north end and left 10,000 of the city's 65,000 residents homeless.

The Halifax Explosion: Could it happen again?

A brass band plays as some of the nearly people killed in the Halifax Explosion lie in coffins awaiting burial. The December 1917 explosion wiped out most of the city's north end and left of the city's residents homeless.

Halifax Explosion 1917

One hundred years ago, a massive explosion rocked Halifax, Nova Scotia when a ship—the Mont-Blanc—carrying six million pounds of explosives caught fire in the harbor.

The Halifax Explosion – One Plea for Help Launches a Crusade - http://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/the-halifax-explosion-one-plea-for-help-launches-a-crusade/

The Halifax Explosion – One Plea for Help Launches a Crusade

The Halifax Explosion – One Plea for Help Launches a Crusade - New England Historical Society

▶ Halifax Explosion: The Aftermath and Relief Efforts (1917) - YouTube

Halifax Explosion: The Aftermath and Relief Efforts

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Halifax Explosion

Piers at Halifax

Interior of dining car.

Interior of dining car.

NSH Nurses caring for children injured in the Halifax explosion.

NSH Nurses caring for children injured in the Halifax explosion.

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