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U-505 Chatelain

Destroyer escort USS Chatelain closing on damaged German sub U-505, 4 June 1944 (US National Archives)

Destroyer escort USS Chatelain closing on damaged German sub U-505, 4 June 1944 (US National Archives)

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  1. Roberta A. says:

    I’m enjoying the WWII history and pictures. Also, enjoyed the pics of Charlestown as my husband was stationed at Charlestown Naval Yard and we lived in a 4th floor apartment across the street from Bunker Hill monument. Great to see it again after many years.

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