H.M.S. Indefatigable, Britain's newest Aircraft Carrier, was first reported in action off Sumatra on January 24 and 29, 1945, when battleships and aircraft-carriers of the British East Indies Fleet
It is a truism to say that modern warfare depends entirely upon supplies of oil being plentiful. Ships, aircraft, tanks and transport all rely for propulsion upon petroleum in a more or less refined f
In the great bombing raid on Singapore on Feb. 1, 1945, the 50,000-tons dry dock was sunk – for the second time. Built in Britain and towed in sections 8,000 miles to Singapore, it was sunk by us when
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