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Ice forming on a 20-inch signal projector on the cruiser HMS Sheffield while escorting a convoy in the Norwegian Sea or Barents Sea, Dec 1941British cruiser HMS Trinidad escorting an Allied Arctic convoy, seen from HMS Fury, 1942
Ice forming on a 20-inch signal projector on the cruiser HMS Sheffield while escorting a convoy in the Norwegian Sea or Barents Sea, Dec 1941British cruiser HMS Trinidad escorting an Allied Arctic convoy, seen from HMS Fury, 1942
US and British ships gathering in Hvalfjörður, Iceland in preparation of a convoy, date unknownAlbacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron, British Fleet Air Arm taking off from HMS Victorious, which was on distant cover for Arctic convoys, Mar 1942
US and British ships gathering in Hvalfjörður, Iceland in preparation of a convoy, date unknownAlbacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron, British Fleet Air Arm taking off from HMS Victorious, which was on distant cover for Arctic convoys, Mar 1942
British cruiser HMS Trinidad under repair in the Kola Inlet at Murmansk, Russia, Mar-Apr 1942USS Tuscaloosa in Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom while she was operating with the British Home Fleet, April 1942. The British heavy cruiser HMS London is in the background.
British cruiser HMS Trinidad under repair in the Kola Inlet at Murmansk, Russia, Mar-Apr 1942USS Tuscaloosa in Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom while she was operating with the British Home Fleet, April 1942. The British heavy cruiser HMS London is in the background.
British destroyer Icarus, Russian tanker Azerbaijan, and other ships in Hvalfjörður, Iceland, May 1942USS Wichita and HMS London escorting Allied convoy PQ-17, Jun-Jul 1942
British destroyer Icarus, Russian tanker Azerbaijan, and other ships in Hvalfjörður, Iceland, May 1942USS Wichita and HMS London escorting Allied convoy PQ-17, Jun-Jul 1942
A German bomb detonating underwater near HMS Ashanti, HMS Wheatland, and HMS Eskimo which were escorting Allied convoy PQ-18, Sep 1942Smoke rising from ammunition ship Mary Luckenbach of Allied convoy PQ-18, 13 Sep 1942; seen from flight deck of carrier, possibly HMS Avenger
A German bomb detonating underwater near HMS Ashanti, HMS Wheatland, and HMS Eskimo which were escorting Allied convoy PQ-18, Sep 1942Smoke rising from ammunition ship Mary Luckenbach of Allied convoy PQ-18, 13 Sep 1942; seen from flight deck of carrier, possibly HMS Avenger
HMS Bellona in stormy seas en route to Russia, 1941-1945View from HMS Sheffield while she was on convoy escort duty, Norwegian Sea or Barents Sea, 1941-1945
HMS Bellona in stormy seas en route to Russia, 1941-1945View from HMS Sheffield while she was on convoy escort duty, Norwegian Sea or Barents Sea, 1941-1945
HMS Norfolk with other ships of an Arctic Convoy in a Russian inlet, circa 1943HMS Cumberland (left), HMS Obdurate (second from left), HMS Belfast (third from left), and HMS Faulknor (right) in the Kola Inlet near Murmansk, Russia, 27-28 Feb 1943
HMS Norfolk with other ships of an Arctic Convoy in a Russian inlet, circa 1943HMS Cumberland (left), HMS Obdurate (second from left), HMS Belfast (third from left), and HMS Faulknor (right) in the Kola Inlet near Murmansk, Russia, 27-28 Feb 1943
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