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ONE OF MANY MANNED BY DANES, and operating under British registration, the LO 265 lay at Lancashire’s famous port of Fleetwood in mid-
October 1945. Known as “ sailers,” the Danish fishing boats are larger than the equivalent British craft and they sail in deeper waters : some.have
been known to fare as far as Iceland. In the foreground are two British prawners, with the lines and rigging of a racing yacht. Since early in 1941
Danish seamen have helped to operate H.M. motor minesweepers. I'hoto, E. W . TattlfSm '
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