1910 - 1919 DIS - Désastres, accidents, faits divers
Massive explosion of ammunition ship in Halifax
, december 17, 1917.
At 9:05 a.m., in the harbor of Halifax in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, the most devastating manmade explosion in the pre-atomic age occurs when the Mont Blanc, a French munitions ship, explodes 20 minutes after colliding with another vessel
Photo Via Agence Quebec Presse
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