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HMS Victory

Categories: Armed Forces

HMS Victory was built in the Old Single Dock in Chatham's Royal Dockyard. From her website "she would gain renown leading fleets in the American War of Independence, the French Revolutionary War and the Napoleonic War. In 1805 she achieved lasting fame as the flagship of Vice-Admiral Nelson in Britain's greatest naval victory, the defeat of the French and Spanish at the Battle of Trafalgar. ... In 1922 she was saved for the nation and placed permanently into dry dock where she remains today." In Portsmouth.

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HMS Victory

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Hurlingham Yacht Club

1922 is the year that the Club took on its current name, though we don't know...

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R. T. Eves

R. T. Eves

Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces, War Memorial WW1

1 memorial
ORP Grom

ORP Grom

Former Destroyer in the Polish Navy. ORP stands for Okret Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej (Ship of the Polish Republic).

Vehicle, Armed Forces, Poland

1 memorial
New Model Army

New Model Army

Created by the Parliamentarians to oppose the King's forces.  It was a professional army, in contrast to the part-time local militia they had at their disposal previously.  The men were full-time s...

Group, Armed Forces

2 memorials
Cy Grant

Cy Grant

Actor, musician, writer and poet. Born Cyril Ewart Lionel Grant in Beterverwagting, British Guiana (modern day Guyana). He served in the Royal Air Force during WW2, and in Britain, he qualified as ...

Person, Armed Forces, Law, Music / songs, Race Issues, TV & Radio, South America

1 memorial
A. H. Yardley, Jnr.

A. H. Yardley, Jnr.

Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces, War Memorial WW1

1 memorial