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  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
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  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
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  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
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  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
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  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
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  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
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  • BRITISH and OTHER NAVIES in WORLD WAR 2 DAY-BY-DAY - Ship Movements, Actions, Losses by Don Kindell © Don Kindell 2007 editing
  • BRITISH and OTHER NAVIES in WORLD WAR 2 DAY-BY-DAY - Ship Movements, Actions, Losses by Don Kindell © Don Kindell 2007 editing
  • the Royal Navy and its operations in the Second WORLD War. I was always dismayed to find so many sources would mention an operation and a movement describing the forces as “cruisers and destroyers” or “three destroyers.” It was always
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  • Code Names of World War 2 Arranged Alphabetically with Month
  • CODE NAMES USED IN World WAR 2 ASSOCIATED WITH NAVAL ACTIVITIES by Geoffrey B Mason, Lieutenant Commander, RN (Rtd) (c) 2006
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  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
  •    WORLD WAR 1 at SEA   CASUALTIES of the UNITED STATES NAVY and COAST GUARD mainly from the original US Government Printing Office publications  
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  • Submarine Battle Flags of World War II (480 total words in this text)(161 Reads)   [1] Battle flags in World War II kept an unofficial record of the number of ships a submarine sank. Warships were represented by the
  • Submarine Battle Flags of World War II (480 total words in this text)(161 Reads)   [1] Battle flags in World War II kept an unofficial record of the number of ships a submarine sank. Warships were represented by the
  • text)(161 Reads)   [1] Battle flags in World War II kept an unofficial record of the number of ships a submarine sank. Warships were represented by the rising sun version of the Japanese flag, while the merchant vessels were represented
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