At the End of World War II.

To replace the slower Liberty ships, Victory ships were built, starting in 1944. These photos were taken on voyages after the war.  At this time, their mission was the exchange of prisoners, taking German POW's to Le Havre, and picking up American troops in Bremerhaven.

Is the Victory ship docked on the right in Bremerhaven, Le Havre, or Antwerp?

Please contact us if you can identify.

View of the sea and ship
as it sailed through heavy seas.
In the Winter of 1945-1946, the sea
was unusually rough.

My father,
2nd Lt. George H. Hansen,
on deck.  He was Acting
Transport Surgeon

TO CONTACT US:

E-mail:  United_States_Victory@yahoo.com
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