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Telegram to Naval Headquarters, Ottawa, 6 December 1917
The violent force of the blast in Halifax harbour disrupted communications isolating the city from the rest of the world. Since the re-establishment of contact was crucial, especially in the height of war, the author of this telegram suggests adopting wireless -- or radio -- communication.
Library and Archives Canada
RG 24, series D-1-a, vol. 5634, file 37-25-1, part 1
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