Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 24 No. 16

SHIPS OF THE BRITISH NAVY 1-1 .M.S. BLACK PRINCE RETURNS FROM NORMANDY After taking an active part in the allied naval bombardment of the enemy positions in the Cherbourg Peninsula during the operations which ended in the capture of Cherbourg H.M. cruiser Black Prince arrives back in port. WOODEN MINESWEEPERS SOUVENIRS FROM CHERBOURG The crew of a wooden minesweeper commanded by Lieut. T. Spall D.S.C. displaying souvenirs from the centre fort at Cherbourg. During her maiden voyage across the Atlantic the minesweeper damaged an enemy U-boat with depth-charges and bv ramming her. 362I
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