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Photos, drawings. VG PB. The Halifax Explosion had an epicenter with a force so great it vaporized everything within a 100 foot radius, within 1, 000 feet. A solid wall of force destroyed everything. The north end of Halifax, Richmond, bore the undiminished brunt of the explosion. The author James Mahar's father and ten children were killed while his mother survived. His Aunt Ada lost her husband Charlie and 5 children. James grew up in the shadow of the explosion. Mark where price sticker removed on front cover.
Very Good. No Dj. Pp 214. Signed by both authors on title page. "Too Many to Mourn tells the tragic story of the Halifax Explosion through the lives and deaths of the Jackson family. It is not only a meticulous reconstruction of the personal events of their lives in the face of this horrendous disaster, it is without doubt… 8vo. Signed by Authors.
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