T k e W a A l i l u s t t & t a L
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MARCH 29, 1948
MEN OF H.M.S. DEVONSHIRE were in jovial mood when the cruiser docked at Plymouth after one of her trooping voyages from
Australia. She had also been employed in troop movements during the Pacific W ar, and earlier had been on escort and patrol duty
in the South Atlantic. Her next and last trooping trip will be from Colombo ; then the cruiser will proceed to Scotland, to be con
verted to a cadet training ship to replace H.M.S. Frobisher. (See pages S85, 591 ; also page 489, Vol. 6.' l'hoto, 1-iizgeraU
E d i t e d b y S i r J o h n H d m m e r f o ~ n \ r r : . : : . ...~ 1 —
IMO. 2 3 0 WILL BE PUBLISHED FRIDAY. APRIL 12
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