Naval Art, world war II naval art, raid on st.Nazaire

The Old Mole

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The Old Mole

The Raid on St.Nazaire, Saturday march 28, 1942. At 1.34 A.M HMS Campeltown a converted American destroyer its bows packed with explosives smashed into the lock gates of the Normandie dock in France - The only dry dock on the Atlantic seaboard able to service or repair the German battleship Tirpitz should she ever breakout into the Atlantic and return to the western seaboard.

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