CURSE OF THE NARROWS
In 1917, the busy Canadian port of Halifax, Nova Scotia, was crowded with supply ships servicing war-torn Europe. The Imo, a Belgian relief vessel, collided with the munitions ship Mont Blanc, precipitating a huge explosion and a tsunami that destroyed much of the city. Then, an evening blizzard buried Halifax, isolating it from the world. Illus.
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