RMS Queen Mary in the King George VI Graving Dock, Sembawang, Singapore, Aug 1940RMS Queen Mary (right), RMS Queen Elizabeth (left), and HMAS Sydney (foreground) off WilsonRMS Queen Mary at anchor, 1940sQueen Elizabeth and Vice Admiral J. A. G. Troup on the bridge of RMS Queen Mary on the River Clyde, Scotland, United Kingdom, 4 Jun 1942
RMS Queen Mary in the King George VI Graving Dock, Sembawang, Singapore, Aug 1940RMS Queen Mary (right), RMS Queen Elizabeth (left), and HMAS Sydney (foreground) off Wilson's Promontory, Victoria, Australia, 4 Sep 1941RMS Queen Mary at anchor, 1940sQueen Elizabeth and Vice Admiral J. A. G. Troup on the bridge of RMS Queen Mary on the River Clyde, Scotland, United Kingdom, 4 Jun 1942
Admiral Dudley Pound on the bridge of RMS Queen Mary, May 1943Dudley Pound and Winston Churchill aboard RMS Queen Mary in the United States, May 1943Assistant troop officer Munrom resting in the Third OfficerRMS Queen Mary at New York, New York, United States, date unknown
Admiral Dudley Pound on the bridge of RMS Queen Mary, May 1943Dudley Pound and Winston Churchill aboard RMS Queen Mary in the United States, May 1943Assistant troop officer Munrom resting in the Third Officer's Cabin aboard RMS Queen Mary, 1944RMS Queen Mary at New York, New York, United States, date unknown
RMS Queen Mary in Sydney harbor between Bradleys Head and Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia, 1940sRMS Queen Mary, date unknownBritish liner RMS Queen Mary returning US troops from Europe, New York, New York, United States, 20 Jun 1945RMS Queen Mary at Southampton, England, United Kingdom, Jun 1960
RMS Queen Mary in Sydney harbor between Bradleys Head and Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia, 1940sRMS Queen Mary, date unknownBritish liner RMS Queen Mary returning US troops from Europe, New York, New York, United States, 20 Jun 1945RMS Queen Mary at Southampton, England, United Kingdom, Jun 1960
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