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British light cruiser HMS Orion, Mare Island Naval Shipyard, February 20th 1942.

British light cruiser HMS Orion, Mare Island Naval Shipyard, February 20th 1942.

HMS Tartar at a buoy.jpg

HMS Tartar at a buoy.jpg

HMS Gipsy (H63), 1935, was a G-class destroyer built for the Royal Navy during the 1930s. She spent most of the pre-war period as part of the Mediterranean Fleet. The ship was transferred to the British Isles to escort shipping in local waters shortly after the beginning of World War II. Less than a month after her arrival she struck a mine outside Harwich and sank with the loss of 30 of her crew. Her wreck was salvaged and slowly scrapped over the course of the war.

HMS Gipsy (H63), 1935, was a G-class destroyer built for the Royal Navy during the 1930s. She spent most of the pre-war period as part of the Mediterranean Fleet. The ship was transferred to the British Isles to escort shipping in local waters shortly after the beginning of World War II. Less than a month after her arrival she struck a mine outside Harwich and sank with the loss of 30 of her crew. Her wreck was salvaged and slowly scrapped over the course of the war.

Royal Navy - “HMS EREBUS” (I-02) was a (405') Erebus Class Montitor Battleship – Commissioned: September 1916 – Crew: 226 Officers, Enlisted – Armament: 2 x 15 Inch (381mm) Guns (1 Twin Turret) 8 x 4 Inch (100mm) Guns (8 Single Mounts) 2 x 12-Pounder AA Guns, 2 x 76mm AA Guns, 2 x 2-Pounder AA Guns and 4 x .303 cal MGs - Used as Gunfire Support, Operating off the German-Occupied Belgian Coast, During WW I & Normandy WW II - Scrapped: July 1946

Royal Navy - “HMS EREBUS” (I-02) was a (405') Erebus Class Montitor Battleship – Commissioned: September 1916 – Crew: 226 Officers, Enlisted – Armament: 2 x 15 Inch (381mm) Guns (1 Twin Turret) 8 x 4 Inch (100mm) Guns (8 Single Mounts) 2 x 12-Pounder AA Guns, 2 x 76mm AA Guns, 2 x 2-Pounder AA Guns and 4 x .303 cal MGs - Used as Gunfire Support, Operating off the German-Occupied Belgian Coast, During WW I & Normandy WW II - Scrapped: July 1946

HMS Bellona was a modified Dido class light cruisers of the British Royal Navy with only four turrets but improved anti-aircraft armament. Entering service in 1943, the cruiser operated during World War II as an escort for the Arctic convoys.

HMS Bellona was a modified Dido class light cruisers of the British Royal Navy with only four turrets but improved anti-aircraft armament. Entering service in 1943, the cruiser operated during World War II as an escort for the Arctic convoys.

HMS Battleship Rodney leading a fleet of...heavy ships!

HMS Battleship Rodney leading a fleet of...heavy ships!

HMS Imperial (D 09) of the Royal Navy - British Destroyer of the I class - Allied Warships of WWII - uboat.net

HMS Imperial (D 09) of the Royal Navy - British Destroyer of the I class - Allied Warships of WWII - uboat.net

HMS Whelp

HMS Whelp

BRITISH SHIPS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

BRITISH SHIPS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

HMS Newfoundland (59) in camouflage, was a Crown Colony-class light cruiser of the British Royal Navy. Named after the Dominion of Newfoundland, she fought in the Second World War and was later sold to the Peruvian Navy.

HMS Newfoundland (59) in camouflage, was a Crown Colony-class light cruiser of the British Royal Navy. Named after the Dominion of Newfoundland, she fought in the Second World War and was later sold to the Peruvian Navy.

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