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HMS Rodney underway off Liverpool, England, United Kingdom, 4 May 1942

Caption   HMS Rodney underway off Liverpool, England, United Kingdom, 4 May 1942 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseImperial War Museum
Identification Code   4700-01 A 9607
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Photos on Same Day 4 May 1942
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 26 Jul 2013

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Licensing  Crown Copyright / Public Domain. According to the Crown Copyright laws of the United Kingdom, copyright protection has expired for photographs created prior to 1 Jun 1957.

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1. PhilB says:
4 May 2016 01:55:21 PM

It may well be that my uncle Edward Jackson (mother's brother) was on board at this time, he served on "HMS Rodney" until he transferred to "HMS Ramilles", and found the smaller ship to be a lot more amenable.

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