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Valiant following her 1929-1930 refit, circa 1930-1933HMS Valiant firing her BL 15-inch Mk I guns, circa 1939
Valiant following her 1929-1930 refit, circa 1930-1933HMS Valiant firing her BL 15-inch Mk I guns, circa 1939
Valiant after her modernization, late 1939HMS Valiant at sea, 1939-1945; photograph taken from HMS Formidable
Valiant after her modernization, late 1939HMS Valiant at sea, 1939-1945; photograph taken from HMS Formidable
HMS Valiant firing in exercise, 1942; HMS Illustrious with Fulmar and Martlet aircraft in foregroundHMS Valiant underway at sea, 1939-1945
HMS Valiant firing in exercise, 1942; HMS Illustrious with Fulmar and Martlet aircraft in foregroundHMS Valiant underway at sea, 1939-1945
Valiant led the line as the Italian fleet steamed into Malta, under the terms of the Italian Armistice, 10 Sep 1943; note WarspiteBritish battleship HMS Valiant and French battleship Richelieu, 1940s; photograph taken from HMS Queen Elizabeth
Valiant led the line as the Italian fleet steamed into Malta, under the terms of the Italian Armistice, 10 Sep 1943; note Warspite's 15in guns in foregroundBritish battleship HMS Valiant and French battleship Richelieu, 1940s; photograph taken from HMS Queen Elizabeth
HMS Renown, HMS Valiant, and French BB Richelieu in the Indian Ocean, 12 May 1944; photographed from a USS Saratoga aircraft
HMS Renown, HMS Valiant, and French BB Richelieu in the Indian Ocean, 12 May 1944; photographed from a USS Saratoga aircraft
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