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

SAFEGUARDING THEE M PIR E’S TRADE ROUTES BRITISH DESTROYER ON7 PATROL One of the principal tasks of the Royal Navy in wartime is to make safe the Empire’s trade routes for merchantmen bringing food and material to Great Britain. This duty is carried out mainly by destroyers which are among the fastest ships in the Navy. A destroyer is seen here ploughing her throughway the seas while on patrol duty. [81
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