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ATHABASKAN - HMCS    Clip ID: 21518
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Date: January 9, 2003
Color: Yes
Audio: Yes
Description: Deep sea underwater images of the HMCS Athabaskan (Canadian Destroyer that went down in the English Channel in 1944). B&W images of the war ship pulling out of harbor in the 1940's. A B&W still image shows the navy crew of the Athabaskan standing behind their ships artillery guns. Crew member, William Connelly speaks to a reporter about the ship's history and defeat. Naval history. Crew members walk through a dock yard wrapped in blankets, rescue operation.

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