THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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Scene on board HMSM STORM at Portsmouth with Telegraphist S Staines of Hapden Park, Eastbourne, and the Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Commander E P Young, DSO, DSC, RNVR, of Enfield, looking at their Christmas 1944 "Good Evening" programme and sketch designed by Staines. Lieutenant Commander Young was the first RNVR officer to command an operational submarine in the war.
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