THE GREEK NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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Anti-Submarine Weapons: Hedgehog, a 24 spigot anti-submarine mortar. Greek naval ratings being instructed at the control panel of the Hedgehog on board the Greek corvette HHMS TOMPAZIS. The empty spigots of the Hedgehog can be seen in front of the panel whilst several bombs can be seen lying on the floor next to the mortar.
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