The War Illustrated No. 229, Vol. 9, March 29th 1946

Royal Navy Barracks in Roman Emperor’s Castle FORT CASTELL DEL’ OVO, in the Bay of Naples (I) where Romulus Augustulus died in 476, is anew “stone frigate ”home of British sailers, v/ho are seen at the N.A.A.F.I. canteen (2), and waiting togo '*ashore ”(3). The sunset ceremony of striking theY* hite Ensign takes place on the battlements (4), beneath which the entrances to apartments are(S) named after British warships. PAGE 738
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