SS Beaverford was a cargo liner operated by the Canadian Pacific Steamship Company. Built in 1928 for freight service between Montreal and London, she was sunk on 5 November 1940 during the Battle of Convoy HX 84 while fighting to allow other ships in the convoy to escape from the German pocket battleship Admiral Scheer.

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  • SS Beaverford was a cargo liner operated by the Canadian Pacific Steamship Company. Built in 1928 for freight service between Montreal and London, she was sunk on 5 November 1940 during the Battle of Convoy HX 84 while fighting to allow other ships in the convoy to escape from the German pocket battleship Admiral Scheer. (en)
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  • SS Beaverford was a cargo liner operated by the Canadian Pacific Steamship Company. Built in 1928 for freight service between Montreal and London, she was sunk on 5 November 1940 during the Battle of Convoy HX 84 while fighting to allow other ships in the convoy to escape from the German pocket battleship Admiral Scheer. (en)
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