Halifax, N.S. : Cox Bros., c1918.; 33 pages
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|Title||A bolt from the blue / by Joseph Sheldon|
|Published||Halifax, N.S. : Cox Bros., c1918.|
Halifax (N.S.)--History--Explosion, 1917
Halifax (N.-É.)--Histoire--1917 (Explosion)
|Document source||Library and Archives Canada|
 p. : ill. ; 12 x 18 cm.
"An eye witness story of the Frightful Explosion which occurred in the Narrows of Halifax Harbour, December 6th, 1917, owing to the ramming of the French munition ship, Mont Blanc, by the Imo, a Belgian relief ship; killing 1600, maiming or blinding 3,000, causing widespread property loss of about $50,000,000 and making 6000 men, women and children, homeless and destitute."