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Pictures Dated 21st September 2011

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Featured 21 Sep 2011 Print

HMS Penelope, British light cruiser, WW1

HMS Penelope, British Arethusa-class light cruiser, launched 1914, served with the 5th LCS (Harwich Force) during the early part of the First World War, decommissioned 1924. Seen here damaged by a torpedo from a German U-boat off the Norfolk coast. Date: circa 1916

© Imperial War Museum/Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans

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Featured 21 Sep 2011 Print

HMS Aurora, British light cruiser with mines, WW1

HMS Aurora, British Arethusa-class light cruiser, launched 1913, served in various locations during the First World War, decommissioned 1918. Seen here with mines lined up along her quarter deck. Date: 1914-1918

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HMS Iron Duke, British battleship, WW1

HMS Iron Duke, British battleship, launched 1912, served as the flagship of the Grand Fleet during the First World War, used as a base ship at Scapa Flow during the Second World War, decommissioned 1946. Seen here in the North Sea during the First World War with her deck awash. Date: circa 1914-1918

© Imperial War Museum/Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans