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Larry Hartman

 

Telegraphist, 4721, RCN

 

 

Larry joined the RCN on 15 Jul 1942 and served in HMCS SACKVILLE as a Telegraphist .

 

CBC article - WW II veteran Larry Hartman visits HMCS Sackville 71 years later

 

Ships served in:

HMCS SACKVILLE

 

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(1) Larry Hartman on Sackville in 1944 and when he visited HMCS Sackville in 2015  (2) ID Tags  (3) Certificate of Service  (4) Larry's more key  (5) "In London"  (6) Larry and Shirley, June 1948  (7) Larry in Vancouver, Feb 1948  (8) Larry at CJCH Radio

 

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(9) Royal Navy Sub HMS Seawolf N47 at St. John's NFLD  (10) Hitler's yacht on display in Edinburgh  (11) US Escort Carrier  (12) Europa Point, Gibraltar  (13) Gibraltar, North face  (14) Surrendered German U-boats  (15) Larry Hartman (centre), Edmonton, 1941

 

 

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(LH16) Gunnery drills on HMCS SACKVILLE K181 - 1942  (LH17-LH18) HMCS SACKVILLE K181  (LH19) Larry Hartman on HMCS SACKVILLE K181 - 1942  (LH20) Larry Hartman on HMCS SACKVILLE K181

 

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(LH21) Larry Hartman on the signal lamp on HMCS SACKVILLE K181  (LH22-LH23) Depth charge launched ...... Depth charge detonated  (LH24) HMCS SACKVILLE K181 at sea  (LH25)Larry Hartman (left) and Arf Geldard on HMCS SACKVILLE K181

 

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(LH26) HMCS SACKVILLE K181 as part of the Barber Pole Brigade - as designated by the barber pole on her funnel  (LH27) Gordon Brinacomb on HMCS SACKVILLE K181  (LH28) Alf Geldard on HMCS SACKVILLE K181  (LH29) L-R: Alf Geldard, Larry Hartman, "Hot Dog", Phil and Eric on HMCS SACKVILLE K181, Greenock, Scotland, 1942. The gun shield of HMCS AGASSIZ is in the background  (LH30) Unknown sailor up in SACKVILLE'S crow's nest

 

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(LH31) Boarding party from HMCS SACKVILLE K181 preparing to go to a tanker  (LH32) Depth charger thrower on HMCS SACKVILLE K181  (LH33) HMCS SACKVILLE K181 rescuing U-boat survivors  (LH34) Larry Hartman on HMCS SACKVILLE K181, his first trip arriving in Ireland

 

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(LH35) Larry Hartman on HMCS SACKVILLE in 1944 and again, 71 years later, on HMCS SACKVILLE in Halifax

 

Courtesy of Ray Hartman

 


 

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