HMS Mauritius, 1941HMS Mauritius in drydock, date unknownHMS Mauritius underway, 1940sHMS Mauritius underway, date unknown
HMS Mauritius, 1941HMS Mauritius in drydock, date unknownHMS Mauritius underway, 1940sHMS Mauritius underway, date unknown
HMS Mauritius, 1942Sailors of HMS Mauritius cleaning barrels of 6-inch guns, date unknownWalrus seaplane being launched from HMS Mauritius, date unknown, photo 1 of 2Walrus seaplane being launched from HMS Mauritius, date unknown, photo 2 of 2
HMS Mauritius, 1942Sailors of HMS Mauritius cleaning barrels of 6-inch guns, date unknownWalrus seaplane being launched from HMS Mauritius, date unknown, photo 1 of 2Walrus seaplane being launched from HMS Mauritius, date unknown, photo 2 of 2
Walrus seaplane on the catapult of HMS Mauritius, date unknownHMS Mauritius at Devonport, England, United Kingdom, Apr 1942HMS Mauritius in harbor, 14 Apr 1942Rear Admiral William Tennant aboard HMS Mauritius, Jul 1942
Walrus seaplane on the catapult of HMS Mauritius, date unknownHMS Mauritius at Devonport, England, United Kingdom, Apr 1942HMS Mauritius in harbor, 14 Apr 1942Rear Admiral William Tennant aboard HMS Mauritius, Jul 1942
HMS Mauritius making a tight turn, date unknownHMS Mauritius, date unknownHMS Mauritius sailing with the Anzio, Italy invasion fleet, Mar 1944Tracer fire from Allied warships lighting up the sky off Ouistreham, France, 10 Jun 1944; photo taken from HMS Mauritius, seen in foreground
HMS Mauritius making a tight turn, date unknownHMS Mauritius, date unknownHMS Mauritius sailing with the Anzio, Italy invasion fleet, Mar 1944Tracer fire from Allied warships lighting up the sky off Ouistreham, France, 10 Jun 1944; photo taken from HMS Mauritius, seen in foreground
HMS Mauritius firing on German targets in Audierne Bay, France, 23 Aug 1944HMS Mauritius, circa 1945HMS Mauritius underway, 1946
HMS Mauritius firing on German targets in Audierne Bay, France, 23 Aug 1944HMS Mauritius, circa 1945HMS Mauritius underway, 1946
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