THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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Commodore (D) C W G Simpson, CBE, addressing the company after reading a congratulatory signal from the Commander in Chief Western Approaches to men of the 10th Escort Group on their return to Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The group had accounted for two probables and one possible in a U-Boat hunt in the Atlantic.