Reg Coote

SurnameCoote
Given NameReg
CountryUnited Kingdom
CategoryPhotography
GenderMale

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ww2dbaseLieutenant Reg G. G. Coote was a photographer of the British Royal Navy. He documented life aboard HMS Rodney, HMS Howe, RMS Queen Mary, and other vessels.

Last Major Revision: Jan 2016

Photographs Taken by Reg Coote

HMS Repulse, date unknownA sailor in his bunk aboard HMS Rodney, 1940Chaplain Whitestone of the Roman Catholic faith aboard HMS Rodney, 1940HMS Rodney lowering her Walrus seaplane, 1940
See all 50 photographs by Reg Coote



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1. Dr Jo Stanley says:
16 Oct 2019 11:54:05 PM

Reg Coote took many more pix than this, especially of Iceland in 1940-41, see the Admiralty Collection - specifically- at IWM. He was a keen photographer before the war, taking many wonderful shots of the Marie Blanche Laundry in Wandsworth, which he managed. His album of these was deposited at the Lavender Hill library. His images of the laundry were used at BAC's Wandsworth Women's Working Lives project in the 1980s (which I led) and I have poor photocopies of some. I believe he lived in Battersea. He was very generous to our project but never mentioned his wartime status. This mean deserves commemoration.

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