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H.M.S Ramilles in Wellington Harbour. The battleship, as part of the British Home Fleet, arrived in New Zealand Christmas 1939, and from 6 January to 12 February, 1940 she escorted the big troop ships carrying the First Echelon of the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force to the Middle East.

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H.M.S Ramilles, Wellington Harbour
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B&W print
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IMCA Digital Archive
Date
1940

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