|Broadside view of Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord at anchor in Dec 1943, probably at Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom||Sailors aboard the Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord reloading the shipâ€™s torpedo tubes at Rosyth, Scotland, United Kingdom, Jan 1944.|
|Missing port rail of Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord, damaged in heavy seas during the Battle of the North Cape, Rosyth, Scotland, United Kingdom, 4 Jan 1944. Note depth charge launchers.||Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord at Rosyth, Scotland, United Kingdom, 4 Jan 1944 after the Battle of the North Cape. Note churning water from Stordâ€™s reversed port screw.|
|Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stordâ€™s commanding officer LtCdr Skule Storheill (left) and his first lieutenant Lt T. Holthe aboard the Stord in Rosyth harbor, Scotland, United Kingdom, 4 Jan 1944||Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord at anchor late in the war, location unknown|
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