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Aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious underway, 1942.  A Swordfish torpedo plane is on the flight deck and an admiralty disruptive camouflage scheme also extends across the flight deck.

Caption   Aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious underway, 1942. A Swordfish torpedo plane is on the flight deck and an admiralty disruptive camouflage scheme also extends across the flight deck. ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseAustralian War Museum
Identification Code   302415
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 22 Apr 2013
Licensing  Public Domain



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1. William Middleton says:
27 Nov 2016 09:04:33 PM

In Canada during 1942 The Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps was establish in Weston Ontario and I have spent 61 years as a cadet Officer and volunteer and very proud to have been wear the ships crest for all these years

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