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Cruiser HMS Cumberland, circa 1928. Location unknown. Note the hull painted white.Cruiser HMS Cumberland at Hong Kong, early 1930s.
Cruiser HMS Cumberland, circa 1928. Location unknown. Note the hull painted white.Cruiser HMS Cumberland at Hong Kong, early 1930s.
Broadside view of the cruiser HMS Cumberland, before her 1935 refit. Location unknown.United States Navy photo of the cruiser HMS Cumberland on the Yangtze River, China below Hankow (now Hankou), 30 May 1937.
Broadside view of the cruiser HMS Cumberland, before her 1935 refit. Location unknown.United States Navy photo of the cruiser HMS Cumberland on the Yangtze River, China below Hankow (now Hankou), 30 May 1937.
Cruiser HMS Cumberland underway in wartime disruptive paint scheme, 11 Mar 1942, location unknown. Note large aircraft hangar enclosure on the afterdeck.HMS 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
Cruiser HMS Cumberland underway in wartime disruptive paint scheme, 11 Mar 1942, location unknown. Note large aircraft hangar enclosure on the afterdeck.HMS 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
Cumberland in Grand Harbour, Malta, 8 Jan 1946Cruiser HMS Cumberland in 1954 in her final role as a trials platform for many different types of weapons systems as well as smaller pieces of equipment prior to their introduction into the Fleet. Location unknown.
Cumberland in Grand Harbour, Malta, 8 Jan 1946Cruiser HMS Cumberland in 1954 in her final role as a trials platform for many different types of weapons systems as well as smaller pieces of equipment prior to their introduction into the Fleet. Location unknown.
Trials Cruiser HMS Cumberland off Malta in pre-wetting experiments designed to keep radioactive fallout particles from adhering to a ship’s surfaces, Sep 1955.
Trials Cruiser HMS Cumberland off Malta in pre-wetting experiments designed to keep radioactive fallout particles from adhering to a ship’s surfaces, Sep 1955.
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