The War Illustrated, No. 234, Vol. 10, June 7th 1946

N° 2 3 #FIRST COMMANDER OF H.M.S. VANGUARD, Captain W. G. Agnew, C.B., C.V.O., D.S.O. and Bar, R.N., heron deck has for background the displayed battle honours of his ship’s predecessors. The first Vanguard helped to destroy the Spanish Armada, in IS88 and this, our most powerful battleship, is the ninth to bear the honoured name. Her gunnery, damage control, and radar equipment are unexcelled. The most comfortable mess deck in the Navy, electric labour-saving devices, and other amenities combine to make her a “happy ship.” See also illus. pages 112-113. 'Photo, Central Press Edited by Sir John Hammerton ...rm' ¦¦¦¦¦¦—m i J .NO. 235 WILL BE PUBLISHED FRIDAY, JUNE 21
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