THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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Left to right: Chief Engine Room Artificer R H Gornall, of Ashford Middlesex, Able Seaman A J Pearce, of Bromley, Kent, Leading Seaman E T Morse, of Ashford, Kent, and W Graham, of Glasgow all of HMS CRANE docked at Newport, Monmouthshire, after they had taken part in the successful Atlantic convoy action against U-Boats and glider bomb aircraft for four nights and three days. Two of the men are carrying out some painting work on the ship whilst the other two look on.
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