Tag Archives: World War II

Camp Norway

Camp Norway memorial, looking toward downtown Lunenburg In 1940 Norway had the third largest ocean going merchant fleet in the world, with about 1100 ships. When Nazi Germany invaded the country on the 9th of April of that year, 1024 … Continue reading

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McLoughlin Point

Looking toward James Bay, Esquimalt, and downtown Victoria Adjacent to Work Point in Esquimalt, McLoughlin Point is a relatively unknown area, largely due to it’s military and industrial heritage. The point is surrounded by DND property, and until fairly recently, … Continue reading

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