Broadside view of Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord at anchor in Dec 1943, probably at Scapa Flow, Scotland, United KingdomSailors aboard the Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord reloading the shipís torpedo tubes at Rosyth, Scotland, United Kingdom, Jan 1944.Missing port rail of Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord, damaged in heavy seas during the Battle of the North Cape, Rosyth, Scotland, United Kingdom, 4 Jan 1944. Note depth charge launchers.Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord at Rosyth, Scotland, United Kingdom, 4 Jan 1944 after the Battle of the North Cape. Note churning water from Stordís reversed port screw.
Broadside view of Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord at anchor in Dec 1943, probably at Scapa Flow, Scotland, United KingdomSailors aboard the Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord reloading the shipís torpedo tubes at Rosyth, Scotland, United Kingdom, Jan 1944.Missing port rail of Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord, damaged in heavy seas during the Battle of the North Cape, Rosyth, Scotland, United Kingdom, 4 Jan 1944. Note depth charge launchers.Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord at Rosyth, Scotland, United Kingdom, 4 Jan 1944 after the Battle of the North Cape. Note churning water from Stordís reversed port screw.
Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stordís commanding officer LtCdr Skule Storheill (left) and his first lieutenant Lt T. Holthe aboard the Stord in Rosyth harbor, Scotland, United Kingdom, 4 Jan 1944Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord at anchor late in the war, location unknown
Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stordís commanding officer LtCdr Skule Storheill (left) and his first lieutenant Lt T. Holthe aboard the Stord in Rosyth harbor, Scotland, United Kingdom, 4 Jan 1944Norwegian destroyer HNoMS Stord at anchor late in the war, location unknown
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