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The HMCS Haida is a tribal class destroyer built in late 1942 in England, and was commissioned into the Royal Canadian Navy in 1943. Of the 27 tribal class destroyers built between 1937 and 1945, only the HMCS Haida survives. She served during World War 2, the Korean War, and on NATO peacekeeping missions. The HMCS Haida is now a museum ship on the waterfront of Hamiton, ON. She was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1984. This news report by CTV's Henry Champ originally aired August 30, 1973 on the Haida's 30th anniversary.
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Glenn parent (1 год назад)
B-MAN (4 года назад)
Are they really going to recommission the Sackville? Will Haida be next!?!
holly stevenson (4 года назад)
the HMCS Haida is a strong ship in great condition. i help out with preserving her beauty. she is the last tribal ship in her class, and she will be around for years to come. please visit the Haida to help do your part in preserving her.

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