Nazi submarines in the Saint Lawrence

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  1. Chris,
    There were also submarines in the Baie de Chaleurs. A distant relative of mine was involved in the capture of a German spy who landed off New Carlisle. Forget Mulroney, that was Rene Levesque country. At the time Earl Annett was running the hotel there and became suspicious as a result of seeing a matchbook that was suspicious.


  2. My friend’s dad was an Austrian who was drafted in Nazi Germany and wound up on a submarine. He went up the st. Lawrence once or twice. He said a guy with a machine gun was stationed because the sailors had overpowered the command and opened the hatch and swam ashore before. He hated Hitler more than we did for making him do that duty.

  3. Hello, we had heard of a myth that there would also be supposed Nazi ships from the Second World War which would have passed in front not far from the indigenous community of Pessamit, the Manicouagan peninsula and the town of Baie-Comeau on the St. Laurent Can anyone confirm if this is real or just a rumor? I am interested in learning new things about of the first/second world war, surprising things that we may not have heard about


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