Sydney Harbour in the Second World War

Sydney Harbour in WW2: Sydney Boardwalk interpretative panel -6

Sydney Harbour
in the Second World War

WW2 1939 – 1945


Photographs of
Interpretative panel
Sydney Boardwalk

Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Nova Scotia


Located at the west end of Wentworth Street

GPS location: 46°08’12″N 60°11’46″W


Sydney Harbour in WW2: Sydney Boardwalk interpretative panel

Photographed on 6 September 2005

Sydney Harbour in WW2: Sydney Boardwalk interpretative panel

Photographed on 21 July 2005

Sydney Harbour in WW2: Sydney Boardwalk interpretative panel

Photographed on 6 September 2005

Sydney Harbour in WW2: Sydney Boardwalk interpretative panel

Photographed on 6 September 2005

Sydney Harbour in WW2: Sydney Boardwalk interpretative panel

Photographed on 6 September 2005

Sydney Harbour in WW2: Sydney Boardwalk interpretative panel

Photographed on 6 September 2005

The Atlantic Convoy

Drawn by Oswald Brett, Able Seaman,

RMS QUEEN ELIZABETH, 1941-1945.

This sketch shows a typical view of

convoy assembly, with a U.S. Liberty

Ship in the center, an escorting

Corvette in the foreground, and

a Canadian Park Ship in the

background.

Oswald Brett (1921- ) is a

prominent Australian maritime artist.

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