22 items in this album on 2 pages.

A damaged 20mm machine gun mount on the upper platform of Admiral Graf SpeeA hole A sailor of cruiser Helena studied Admiral Graf SpeeAdmiral Graf Spee
A damaged 20mm machine gun mount on the upper platform of Admiral Graf Spee's forward superstructure, 2 Feb 1940A hole 'large enough to crawl through' on the forward superstructure of Admiral Graf Spee, made by an 8in shell from Exeter, 2 Feb 1940A sailor of cruiser Helena studied Admiral Graf Spee's forward broadside director and range finder, 2 Feb 1940Admiral Graf Spee's collapsed smokestack and searchlight platform, seen from the port end of the forward superstructure, 2 Feb 1940
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Admiral Graf Spee's forward superstructure, looking aft, with the conning tower rangefinder in the foreground and the mainmast partially collapsed in the left background, 2 Feb 1940Admiral Graf Spee's navigation bridge, in the forward superstructure tower, 2 Feb 1940; note the fire damageAdmiral Graf Spee's Number Four 15cm/55 gun mount, second gun in the forward port side group, 2 Feb 1940Admiral Graf Spee's Number Two 10.5cm/65 twin anti-aircraft gun mount, port side, amidships, 2 Feb 1940
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Admiral Graf Spee's open control position at the forward end of the superstructure, 2 Feb 1940; note target designators, directors, rangekeepers, ship speed and course indicators, ready lights, etc.Admiral Graf Spee's port side search platform, 2 Feb 1940; note search light, gun director, and a 20mm machine gun mounting in backgroundAdmiral Graf Spee's starboard Number One 105mm/65 anti-aircraft gun mount, 2 Feb 1940Admiral Graf Spee's wreck in the River Plate, near Montevideo, Uruguay, 2 Feb 1940
At the Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation factory in Australia, employees move a partly constructed Wirraway aircraft to a more advanced position in the assembly line, 2 Feb 1940Base of Admiral Graf SpeeInterior of Admiral Graf SpeeJapanese Prime Minister Mitsumasa Yonai reading a memo in the prime minister
At the Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation factory in Australia, employees move a partly constructed Wirraway aircraft to a more advanced position in the assembly line, 2 Feb 1940Base of Admiral Graf Spee's forward main battery range finder, atop the superstructure, 2 Feb 1940Interior of Admiral Graf Spee's forward superstructure tower, damaged due to a direct shell hit during the Battle of the River Plate, photographed 2 Feb 1940Japanese Prime Minister Mitsumasa Yonai reading a memo in the prime minister's seat in the Parliament chamber, Tokyo, Japan, 2 Feb 1940
Looking aft from atop Admiral Graf SpeeThe Lutheran church of Sortavala, Finland on fire after Soviet bombing, 2 Feb 1940, photo 1 of 2The Lutheran church of Sortavala, Finland on fire after Soviet bombing, 2 Feb 1940, photo 2 of 2Tirpitz fitting out, 2 Feb 1940
Looking aft from atop Admiral Graf Spee's forward superstructure tower, showing the partially collapsed smokestack structure, aircraft catapult, and after port side Number Eight 150mm gun, 2 Feb 1940The Lutheran church of Sortavala, Finland on fire after Soviet bombing, 2 Feb 1940, photo 1 of 2The Lutheran church of Sortavala, Finland on fire after Soviet bombing, 2 Feb 1940, photo 2 of 2Tirpitz fitting out, 2 Feb 1940

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