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The Royal Navy during the Second World War- Personalities Half length portrait of Rear Admiral George Creasy an his appointment as Admiral ...

The Royal Navy during the Second World War- Personalities Half length portrait of Rear Admiral George Creasy an his appointment as Admiral ...

Rear Admiral Calvin T. Durgin with his staff in the ACI room of his flagship, USS Makin Island, during the Okinawa campaign, May 1945

Rear Admiral Calvin T. Durgin with his staff in the ACI room of his flagship, USS Makin Island, during the Okinawa campaign, May 1945

Charles "Soc" Horatio McMorris (August 31, 1890 – February 11, 1954) was an American rear admiral during World War II, most notably commandi...

Charles "Soc" Horatio McMorris (August 31, 1890 – February 11, 1954) was an American rear admiral during World War II, most notably commandi...

Japanese Vice Admiral Michitoro Tozuka, Yokosuka Naval Base Commander, photographed just after he had surrendered the facility to Rear Admiral Robert B. Carney, U.S. Third Fleet Chief of Staff, on 30 August 1945. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the U.S. National Archives.

Japanese Vice Admiral Michitoro Tozuka, Yokosuka Naval Base Commander, photographed just after he had surrendered the facility to Rear Admiral Robert B. Carney, U.S. Third Fleet Chief of Staff, on 30 August 1945. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the U.S. National Archives.

Rear Admiral Calvin T. Durgin, USN, Commander of an escort carrier task group, with senior members of his staff in the ACI room of USS Makin Island (CVE-93), during the Okinawa campaign, circa May 1945. Those present are, from left to right: Captain Joseph L. Kane; Rear Admiral Durgin; Captain William B. Whaley; and Captain Victor Long.

Rear Admiral Calvin T. Durgin, USN, Commander of an escort carrier task group, with senior members of his staff in the ACI room of USS Makin Island (CVE-93), during the Okinawa campaign, circa May 1945. Those present are, from left to right: Captain Joseph L. Kane; Rear Admiral Durgin; Captain William B. Whaley; and Captain Victor Long.

Rear Admiral Robert B. Carney, U.S. Third Fleet Chief of Staff, at the surrender of the Yokosuka Naval base to U.S. forces, August 30, 1945. -

Rear Admiral Robert B. Carney, U.S. Third Fleet Chief of Staff, at the surrender of the Yokosuka Naval base to U.S. forces, August 30, 1945. -

Japanese naval troops under command of Rear Admiral Rinosuke Ichimaru being departed to Iwo Jima (August 1944)

Japanese naval troops under command of Rear Admiral Rinosuke Ichimaru being departed to Iwo Jima (August 1944)

NAPOLEONIC Prisoner of War ,Naval water colour ,circa 1801/1814.An original MINATURE painting of "HMS TEMERAIRE".reverse states Captain Thomas Eyles ,Flagship of Rear Admiral George Campbell.This was painted in the year the ship saw a mutiny on board.After much action the crew expected to return to London but instead were sent to the West Indies..Also the Ship was later used as a prison hulk and had a very colourful career

NAPOLEONIC Prisoner of War ,Naval water colour ,circa 1801/1814.An original MINATURE painting of "HMS TEMERAIRE".reverse states Captain Thomas Eyles ,Flagship of Rear Admiral George Campbell.This was painted in the year the ship saw a mutiny on board.After much action the crew expected to return to London but instead were sent to the West Indies..Also the Ship was later used as a prison hulk and had a very colourful career

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