THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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General Charles de Gaulle going up to the bridge of FFS ROSELYS at Greenock, Scotland during his visit to units of the Free French Navy to present medals. This ship rammed a U-Boat and rescued 200 survivors in a minefield area while sailing with a Russian convoy
General Charles de Gaulle on board the FFS ROSELYS at Greenock, Scotland, during his visit to units of the Free French Navy to present medals, 24 December 1942.
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