The Halifax Explosion.
The words on the Halifax Herald front page on Friday, December 7, 1917 read, "Halifax wrecked! More than one thousand are killed in this city, many thousands are injured and homeless!" This was describing what the world would later come to know as the 2nd largest, most violent, man-made explosion after the atomic bomb. It is also one of the most silent tragedies, seeing as how little word is spoken of it today. For many Canadians on that most unpleasant morning, it marked "the day the war came home."
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