C. H. Parnall

Given NameC. H.
CountryUnited Kingdom


ww2dbaseC. H. Parnall was a British Royal Navy photographer during WW2.

Last Major Revision: Jan 2016

Photographs Taken by C. H. Parnall

HMS Royal Sovereign at Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 1940sUS and British ships gathering in Hvalfjörður, Iceland in preparation of a convoy, date unknownAlbacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron, British Fleet Air Arm taking off from HMS Victorious, which was on distant cover for Arctic convoys, Mar 1942HMS Formidable and HMS Renown, probably off North Africa, circa Nov-Dec 1942
See all 10 photographs by C. H. Parnall

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