Wireless transmission sheets detailing how German U-Boats are to surrender at the end of the war.Douglas May
A German U-boat surrenders in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, 1945.Douglas May
Douglas May poses with his neighbour's son David Boodle while on leave in Cultus Lake, British Columbia in 1943.Douglas May
Douglas May with his sister during his leave in Cultus Lake, British Columbia in 1943.Douglas May
Douglas May's "Kit List", which detailed all of the items which he was issued by the Royal Canadian Navy.Douglas May
"Every day, the subs were required to send a message to their home base and, by triangulation, we could hone in and see just exactly where they were."