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HMS Nelson

Discussion in 'Rest of the World at Sea!' started by Jim, Oct 27, 2012.

  1. Jim

    Jim New Member

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    On Board H.M.S. Nelson, members of the South African division of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve with the Fleet are seen here loading the ship with 16-inch shells. South Africa had included a division of the R.N.V.R. among the defence forces of the Union for many years, and some of its officers and men served with the Grand Fleet during the 1914-1.8 war. In peacetime members of the S.A.R.N.V.R. served under the orders of the Commander-in-Chief at Simonstown.

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    Hi

    The World War I has many things which are not famous in world. Here we can see one more information of that period.
     

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