THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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Looking aft as HMS JAMAICA and a tanker proceed with refueling still in progress. In the foreground is a rating holding a marked line which enables the navigator watching from the bridge to keep a true course during the operation. Part of the cruiser's rear six inch gun turrets can be seen.
HMS JAMAICA refuelling at sea from a tanker, September 1944.
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