The War Illustrated, No. 240, Vol. 10, August 30th 1946

H a -me, j f oat then ,O'x i't &alt L i H fl.Y. i P.An lo-n ARRIVED AT PORTSMOUTH DOCKYARD on July 29,1944. the £10,000,000 battleship Anson (the seventh of that name) was due for paying off and then becoming a training ship at Portland. Flying the flag of Vice-Admiral Edelsten, she was commanded by Captain S.F. Bell, who was captain of H.M.S.' Exeter in the-action with the German heavy cruiser Admiral Graf Spee in December 1939. Anson was “adopted ”by the City of London in 1942. See also pages 366-367, Vol. 6. Photo,(< .IW .Printed in England and published every xltcrnat-e Friday J>y tho Proprietors. TilK Am u.<a\jatki> Pukss,, The .Rksctway Hons-. Farungilan Sl.ri-cl,. London. K .r.l. Registered for transmission by Canadian .Magazine l'ost. Soli* Agents for Australia anil N ow/culanilM essrs. (Jordon <i- (lot ch. Ltd.: nuil Coryjtoutli-.Africa :Central News Agency, Ltd.—August 30,11)10. tf.S. W lH o ri'.tl AMm* :john carp enter ho.usp white friars .London, e c.4.
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