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Starboard bow view of HMS Indomitable at anchor off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Nov 1941Starboard quarter view of HMS Indomitable at anchor off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Nov 1941
Starboard bow view of HMS Indomitable at anchor off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Nov 1941Starboard quarter view of HMS Indomitable at anchor off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Nov 1941
HMS Indomitable and HMS Eagle sailing behind HMS Victorious, 3-10 Aug 1942; note Hurricane and Albacore aircraft on VictoriousRecognition drawing of Illustrious-class carriers
HMS Indomitable and HMS Eagle sailing behind HMS Victorious, 3-10 Aug 1942; note Hurricane and Albacore aircraft on Victorious' flight deckRecognition drawing of Illustrious-class carriers
HMS Indomitable steaming in British waters, early 1943. Note the Fairey Albacore aircraft and one naval Supermarine Spitfire.Bow on view of HMS Indomitable off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Mar 1944
HMS Indomitable steaming in British waters, early 1943. Note the Fairey Albacore aircraft and one naval Supermarine Spitfire.Bow on view of HMS Indomitable off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Mar 1944
Starboard bow view of HMS Indomitable off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Mar 1944Starboard quarter view of HMS Indomitable off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Mar 1944
Starboard bow view of HMS Indomitable off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Mar 1944Starboard quarter view of HMS Indomitable off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Mar 1944
British aircraft carriers Victorious, Formidable, Unicorn, Indefatigable, and Indomitable, comprising the carrier component of Task Force 57, at anchor in Leyte Gulf, Philippines, Apr 1945.
British aircraft carriers Victorious, Formidable, Unicorn, Indefatigable, and Indomitable, comprising the carrier component of Task Force 57, at anchor in Leyte Gulf, Philippines, Apr 1945.
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