THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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Torpedomen of HMS JAMAICA who finally dispatched the SCHARNHORST. Right to left: Petty Officer J O Mahoney, of Middleton, Co Cork, J Beck, of Wakefield, R Polkinghorne, of Hayle Cornwall, S Bell, of Thornaby, Yorkshire and an unidentified man at Scapa Flow after the sinking of the German warship on 26 December 1943. The men are still wearing their anti flash gear.
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