Canadian “Moose Jaw” corvette in the sea

Moose Jaw corvette

Canadian “Moose Jaw” corvette (HMCS Moose Jaw) in the sea.

Moose Jaw Corvette, Board number K164, class – Flower.
Moose Jaw Corvette was built in Canada. Construction of the corvette started on August 12, 1940, launched on April 9, 1941, accepted into the Canadian navy on June 19, 1941.

The Moose Jaw Corvette was used in the North Atlantic to accompany the seafts of the Convoys of Convoys between Halifax and the Western approaches.
September 10, 1941 in the group of ships Moose Jaw sank the German U-501 submarine.

Moose Jaw Corvette removed from the Canadian Navy in the summer of 1945.

Location: Atlantic
Date of the photo: 1941

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