ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR - RETURN FROM A PATROL TO LONDONDERRY, 7 NOVEMBER 1943
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Three sailors view numerous destroyers of the escort group B7, which are moored alongside each other after returning home to Londonderry, Northern Ireland fom a patrol in the north Atlantic. Identifiable vessels include HMS VERSATILE, HMS GODAVARI, HMS VANESSA, HMS VIDETTE, HMS ROCHESTER.
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