THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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The Women's Royal Naval Service: HM Queen Elizabeth meeting 1st Officer Jean Davies, MBE, of Liverpool, when inspecting the WRNS Guard of Honour outside Derby House, Liverpool one of the Western Approaches establishments. With Her Majesty is Chief Officer D A Hesskgrave, and in the background is Commodore I A P Macintyre, CBE, DSO, RN, Chief of Staff.
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