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U-190 and Canadian Escort
U-190 and Canadian Escort

Following its surrender, the German submarine U-190 proceeded to Bay Bulls, Newfoundland, under escort by Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) vessels including the Fairmile motor launch seen in the distance.

HMCS Thorlock and HMCS Victoriaville had removed most of the crew from U-190 following its surrender late on 11 May, but a small group of German officers and sailors, guarded by a Canadian boarding party, remained on board to sail the submarine to Bay Bulls. Flying the RCN's White Ensign, U-190 reached its destination on 14 May.

George Metcalf Archival Collection
CWM 20030014-094



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Crew Members, HMCS Bras D'Or
U-Boat U-190 Commissioning
HMCS Fort Ramsay
"Minor war vessels at Gaspé, 1942"
HMCS Raccoon
Funeral of Able Seaman Donald Bowser, HMCS Charlottetown
Damaged Fairmile Motor Launch, 1944
The Torpedoing of HMCS Magog
Damage to HMCS Magog
HMCS Shawinigan
Surrendered U-Boats at Lisahally, Northern Ireland
The Surrender of U-190, 1945
U-190 and Canadian Escort
Under Canadian Control
U-889's Crew
Inside U-889
U-889's Control Room
U-889's Aft Torpedo Room
U-889's Stern
U-889's Bridge Superstructure
HMCS Kokanee
Confiscated Japanese Canadian Fishing Boats
R.B. Michelin, Fishermen's Reserve