THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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Merchant seamen being taught the rudiments of firing three different types of calibre gun by Naval and Marine gunners. The gun nearest the camera is a Lewis Gun, next to that is a Hotchkiss, and the third is unidentified. This is part of a special gunnery course for Merchant Navy officers and men, to teach them how to shoot down enemy aeroplanes.