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British Depth Charges

British Depth Charges being deployed



British Depth Charges
Razzle, May 29, 2005
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    • mineman65
      Wow, nice photo! Any idea from which ship?
    • Bombardier
      World War 2 mate, I think they are on board a British Corvette ?
    • mineman65
      I was just refrasing my dumb question, how many colour photos have been taken in WWI (I asked in my first not edited question, is this photo from WWI or WWII, i just woke up, forgive me...please)
    • Xcalibur
      This is a photo of crewmen preparing a depth charge on a Royal Naval Patrol Service ship. RNPS was a branch of the Royal Navy active during both the First and Second World Wars. The RNPS operated many small auxiliary vessels such as naval trawlers for anti-submarine and minesweeping operations to protect coastal Britain and convoys.
    • Bombardier
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    World War Two
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    Razzle
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    May 29, 2005
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