The War Illustrated No. 226, Vol. 9, February 15th 1946

Unicorn Home With Food-Gifts From Australia AIRCRAFT CARRIER AND REPAIR SHIP, the 14,500-ton H.M.S. Unicorn recently arrived at Devonport with 5,515 cases of food for Britain—the largest single consignment yet brought from the Commonwealth by the Royal Navy. Members of tha ship’s company here unload these generous E'f^s from the people of Sydney and Hobart. The Unicorn also brought home from the Pacific 570 Naval personnel. It was announced in late January 1946 that a further £l2,000-worth of eift-food from Australia would arrive herein the battleship King George V. PAGE 647 Photof G .P.U.
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