THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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A Bomb Disposal Officer is rendering a German bomb safe. This bomb was dropped by a Heinkel onto the fishing trawler STRATH BLARE on 8th March 1941.
Royal Navy officers defuse a German bomb which dropped onto the fishing trawler STRATH BLARE when an attacking Heinkel He 111 bomber hit the vessel's mast and crashed into the sea, 8 March 1941.
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