Halifax, Canada
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World War One Halifax explosion: Unseen pictures revealed

Unseen pictures of one the world's largest man-made explosions taken during World War One have been revealed.

Somerset sailor Victor Magnus captured the scene when a ship carrying explosives caught fire and resulted in the deaths of 2,000 people in Halifax, Canada.

The pictures will be examined by experts from the Imperial War Museum in London.