Force H warships HMS Duke of York, HMS Nelson, HMS Renown, HMS Formidable, and HMS Argonaut underway off North Africa, Nov 1942MGen George Patton and RAdm John Hall, US Navy (behind Patton – and, Yes, the Admiral has his helmet on backwards) prepare to go ashore at Fedhala, Morocco during the North African operation, 9 Nov 1942.Passenger of SOC Seagull aircraft dropped a message capsule as it flew over cruiser Augusta during Operation Torch, North Africa, Nov 1942Richelieu as appeared in the US Office of Naval Intelligence booklet ONI203, 9 Nov 1942, photo 1 of 2
Force H warships HMS Duke of York, HMS Nelson, HMS Renown, HMS Formidable, and HMS Argonaut underway off North Africa, Nov 1942MGen George Patton and RAdm John Hall, US Navy (behind Patton – and, Yes, the Admiral has his helmet on backwards) prepare to go ashore at Fedhala, Morocco during the North African operation, 9 Nov 1942.Passenger of SOC Seagull aircraft dropped a message capsule as it flew over cruiser Augusta during Operation Torch, North Africa, Nov 1942Richelieu as appeared in the US Office of Naval Intelligence booklet ONI203, 9 Nov 1942, photo 1 of 2
Richelieu as appeared in the US Office of Naval Intelligence booklet ONI203, 9 Nov 1942, photo 2 of 2
Richelieu as appeared in the US Office of Naval Intelligence booklet ONI203, 9 Nov 1942, photo 2 of 2


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