THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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The carol singing in full swing on board HMS STEVENSTONE, the First Lieutenant (Lieutenant P W Reid, RN) is playing the harmonium, while the Padre, the Rev C G Gardner, BS, BD RNVR conducts the singing. He is chaplain to destroyers and small craft in the Portsmouth Command and is the only Newfoundland Padre in the Royal Navy. He is 28 and has served 2 ½ years as a padre in Northern convoys, in destroyers and small craft.
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