Waves splashing onto the bow of cruiser London, circa early 1942, probably as she hunted for German battleship TirpitzUSS Tuscaloosa in Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom while she was operating with the British Home Fleet, April 1942. The British heavy cruiser HMS London is in the background.USS Wichita and HMS London escorting Allied convoy PQ-17, Jun-Jul 1942King George VI of the United Kingdom aboard HMS London at Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 16 Aug 1943
Waves splashing onto the bow of cruiser London, circa early 1942, probably as she hunted for German battleship TirpitzUSS Tuscaloosa in Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom while she was operating with the British Home Fleet, April 1942. The British heavy cruiser HMS London is in the background.USS Wichita and HMS London escorting Allied convoy PQ-17, Jun-Jul 1942King George VI of the United Kingdom aboard HMS London at Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 16 Aug 1943
London de-ammunitioning and de-fuelling at Sheerness, 6 Sep 1949
London de-ammunitioning and de-fuelling at Sheerness, 6 Sep 1949
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