THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR: THE CAMPAIGN IN NORMANDY, JULY 1944
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The damaged starboard propeller shaft of HMS FURY after she had been mined and driven ashore in a gale off the beachhead at Arromanches. The shaft was bent in the pounding received when the destroyer ran aground. The propeller end shaft had to be burned off.
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