Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 26, No 3

RUSSIA-BOUND CONVOY ATTACKED U-BOATS AND TORPHDO BOMBERS BEATEN OFF A British convoy bound for Russia was persistently attacked by enemy U-boats and torpedo .planes in exceptionally severe weather. Although the attacks were continued on the way back to Britain only six percent of the ships were lost. aTop, merchant ship of the convoy battling against the heavy weather middle left Rear-Admiral R. II. McGrigor Commander of the escort vessels on the bridge of the Campania with his senior officer aright view of some of the convoy ships from the Bellotia bottom the escort-carrier Nairana her bows hidden by heavy seas. 5°J
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