THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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At Gibraltar, Lieutenant in Charge, Lieutenant Lionel Crabbe, RNVR of the Underwater Working Party wearing some of his diving gear. The party examine underwater fittings, diving wearing only their swimming trunks, breathing apparatus and glasses. Ratings can volunteer for this cold job, for which they get extra pay. After two dips each man is allowed a tot of rum.
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