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Port of Halifax in ruins after French ship Mont Blanc, loaded w. ammunition & explosives, collided w. the Norwegian ship Imo ultimately resulting in a titanic exposion on Dec. 6, 1917; the blast leveled a square mile of the town and killed over 2,000. (blast was the loudest man made explosion ever heard prior to the atomic bomb)
Location:Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Date taken:December 14, 1917
Size:1280 x 1028 pixels (17.8 x 14.3 inches)

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