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Tuesday, December 6, 2011
6th December 1917 - the Halifax explosion.
SS Mont Blanc, a French ship fully loaded with explosives, collided with Norwegian SS Imo in the harbour of Halifax, Canada.
About 2000 people were killed, 9000 injured when SS Mont Blanc has exploded.
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