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HMS Rodney moored in a harbor, date unknownHMS Rodney on the Firth of Forth at sunset, Scotland, United Kingdom, date unknownHMS Rodney underway off Liverpool, England, United Kingdom, 4 May 1942HMS Rodney (left), HMS Manchester (right), and other ships of the Operation Pedestal convoy under air attack while sailing for Malta, 11 Aug 1942
HMS Rodney moored in a harbor, date unknownHMS Rodney on the Firth of Forth at sunset, Scotland, United Kingdom, date unknownHMS Rodney underway off Liverpool, England, United Kingdom, 4 May 1942HMS Rodney (left), HMS Manchester (right), and other ships of the Operation Pedestal convoy under air attack while sailing for Malta, 11 Aug 1942
HMS Rodney underway in the Mediterranean Sea, date unknown; photo taken from HMS FormidableHMS Rodney underway off Mers-el-K├ębir, French Algeria, date unknownView inside of one of HMS RodneyHMS Rodney firing her primary weapons in exercise, western Mediterranean Sea, Apr 1943
HMS Rodney underway in the Mediterranean Sea, date unknown; photo taken from HMS FormidableHMS Rodney underway off Mers-el-K├ębir, French Algeria, date unknownView inside of one of HMS Rodney's primary gun turrets, Feb 1943HMS Rodney firing her primary weapons in exercise, western Mediterranean Sea, Apr 1943
HMS Rodney firing on German positions along the Normandie coast off Caen, France, 7 Jun 1944; photo taken from frigate HMS HolmesHMS Rodney and other warships off the coast of Normandie off Caen, France, Jun-Jul 1944
HMS Rodney firing on German positions along the Normandie coast off Caen, France, 7 Jun 1944; photo taken from frigate HMS HolmesHMS Rodney and other warships off the coast of Normandie off Caen, France, Jun-Jul 1944

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