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Volume 10 - No. 232 - May 10, 1946

His Majesty's Ships - H.M.S. Exeter

May1946

His Majesty's Ships - H.M.S. Exeter

Motto: “Ever Faithful.” Launched at Devonport in 1929, H.M.S. Exeter of 8,390 tons, mounted six 8-in. guns as her main armament, and was thus the most powerful of the three British cruisers under C

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Our War Leaders in Peacetime - Mountbatten

May1946

Our War Leaders in Peacetime - Mountbatten

Born in Windsor, Berkshire, in 1900, “Dickie” Mountbatten – Rear-Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten, Supreme Allied Commander South-East Asia – was brought up in the Naval tradition. Second cousin of His

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Full index of this magazine

  • The Last Stand at Calais
  • His Majesty's Ships - H.M.S. Exeter
  • Truth About the Submarine Seal Revealed at Last
  • The Royal Marines
  • Europe's Wartime Capitals in 1946 - Vienna
  • Our War Leaders in Peacetime - Mountbatten
  • Britian's Life-line in the Middle East
  • I Was There! - I Was Chief Engineer of a Floating Volcano
  • I Was There! - With Dagger Division's Guns to the Chindwin
  • I Was There! - Tanks versus Submarine on the Way to Tobruk
  • I Was There! - We Battled with Exeter's Unexploded Bombs