Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 7 No. 6

THE ROYAL NAVY COMMANDS THE SEAS ARMED MIGHT OF THE U K1T 1SH FLEE TOne answer to Hitler’s threat of invasion. A 16-in. shell being lowered to the deck of a battleship. The projectile weighs a ton and can be fired a distance of more than 10 miles. THE BAND GREETS A FAMOUS D REST O YER The destroyer H.M.S. Punjabi, which won glory in the second battle of Narvik, berths alongside a battleship after a period of patrol and is welcomed bv a band of the Royal Marines. lf.2l
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