THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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The christening ceremony on board a fleet minesweeper HMS ALBURY using the ship's bell as a font. The Base Chaplain Rev C H K Sherlock DSC, RNVR is in the centre holding the baby, the daughter of Sub Lieutenant E D Allen, RNVR, signals officer of HMS ALBURY who is stood to the left of the chaplain whilst her mother stands to the right. On the left in the front row is the Commanding Officer of HMS ALBURY, Lieutenant Commander F Bradley, DSC, RNVR.
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