Drawing of the new dock at Grand Harbour, Malta as seen in the 24 Oct 1867 issue of publication Illustrated London NewsHMS Ramillies, HMS Barfleur, and HMS Nile in Grand Harbour, Malta, 24 May 1896; the ships were firing salutes in honor of Queen VictoriaHMS Royal Sovereign, HMS Royal Oak, HMS Ramillies, and HMS Caesar in Grand Harbour, Malta, circa 1899Heavily bombed Kingsway (now Republic Street), Valletta, Malta, Apr 1942
Drawing of the new dock at Grand Harbour, Malta as seen in the 24 Oct 1867 issue of publication Illustrated London NewsHMS Ramillies, HMS Barfleur, and HMS Nile in Grand Harbour, Malta, 24 May 1896; the ships were firing salutes in honor of Queen Victoria's birthdayHMS Royal Sovereign, HMS Royal Oak, HMS Ramillies, and HMS Caesar in Grand Harbour, Malta, circa 1899Heavily bombed Kingsway (now Republic Street), Valletta, Malta, Apr 1942
Oil tanker Ohio in the Grand Harbour of Malta, 15 Aug 1942HMS Rodney at Valetta, Malta, Jul 1943Cumberland in Grand Harbour, Malta, 8 Jan 1946
Oil tanker Ohio in the Grand Harbour of Malta, 15 Aug 1942HMS Rodney at Valetta, Malta, Jul 1943Cumberland in Grand Harbour, Malta, 8 Jan 1946


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