Richard Maddox IT MAY HAVE BEEN A RARE MISTAKE made by an official Royal Navy photographer on a Royal Navy warship as it prepared for anti-shipping operations off Norway almost 80 years ago. Two shots combined in a camera on a single negative. It is October 1941 and in one image a seaman stands at […]HMS Bedouin and a ‘dream’ picture – October 1941 — volunteer london blog
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