Battle of the Atlantic - 70th Anniversary

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  1. Roxy

    Roxy Senior Member

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  2. Hebridean Chindit

    Hebridean Chindit Lost in review...

    One other semi aquatic participant and a link with some pics from the air...

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  3. Wills

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  4. Wills

    Wills Very Senior Member

    On His Majesty' Service - USN Officer attached. Convoy drills, signals from convoy escorts - another thread on this forum asks of HMS Bulolo - signals from her to HMS Birmingham (PM sent although this is of an earlier time) Diary and signals from other actions: Anti submarine screens, zig zag drills etc. Crossing the line Neptune. Spent Xmas Day -HMS Hood 1940.
  5. Joe Brown

    Joe Brown WW2 Veteran WW2 Veteran

    In Proud Remembrance of the Merchant Seamen who bravely helped to keep us armed and fed.

    Joe Brown
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  6. Roxy

    Roxy Senior Member

    From the Cathedral:

  7. Roxy

    Roxy Senior Member

    'Atlantic' Formation:

    It's bit small - I only had my phone!

  8. kopite

    kopite Member


    If you have not done so already, you can get a fantastic view of the city and the Mersey from the roof of the cathedral's bell tower.
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  9. Roxy

    Roxy Senior Member


    Thanks, mate. I'll give it a go. Whenever I've flown down the Mersey, I've been below the top of the Cathedral! :biggrin:

  10. Wills

    Wills Very Senior Member

    On His Majesty's Service -Lt Cdr JH Wellings USN: Report Convoy SL 70 (17). 9/4/41 (Official Diary)

    A ship was seen showing lights, refusing to comply with orders machine gun fire near the ship got a reply. HMS Bulolo was ordered to board. The Vichy ship did not signal convoy location but must have drawn attention..........

    Chapter Eight: Aboard Rodney - Bismarck,

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