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A navy pulling ropes of the Swedish minesweeper ship docked in Chile. 1943

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A navy pulling ropes of the Swedish minesweeper ship docked in Chile. 1943
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A navy pulling ropes of the Swedish minesweeper ship docked in Chile. 1943
A navy pulling ropes of the Swedish minesweeper ship docked in Chile. 1943
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A navy pulling ropes of the Swedish minesweeper ship docked in Chile. Minesweeping is the practice of the removal of explosive naval mines, usually by a specially designed ship called a minesweeper using various measures to either capture or detonate the mines, but sometimes also with an aircraft made for that purpose. A minesweeper is a small naval warship designed to engage in minesweeping. Using various mechanisms intended to counter the threat posed by naval mines, waterways are maintained clear for safe shipping. Photo taken: 1943

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SizeText 5.2" x 7.1"

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