HMS Canada

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HMS Canada Royal Naval Battle Ship originally built for Chile as Almirante Latorre.  HMS Canada built by Armstrong's and launched November 1913 with the out break of world war one looming.  The Almirante Latorre was formally purchased on the 9th of September 1914.  HMS Canada joined the grand Fleet Fourth Battle Squadron in October 1915 and took part in  the Battle of Jutland., after Jutland joined the first battle Squadron,  Between 1919 and 1920 went to Devonport Re-fit and in April 1920  was returned to Chile renamed the Almirante Latorre.

While in the Chilean Navy September 1931 the crew participated in a short lived Mutiny and finally in 1959 she was sold to the Breakers Yard.

HMS Canada, 1919.

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HMS Canada, c.1919.

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HMS Canada, 1915.

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Some crew of HMS Canada including George William Shaw.

HMS Canada.

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HMS Canada at Constantinople 1919

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Crew of HMS Canada