Product images of The Battle of the Bay of Biscay, 28 December 1943
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The Battle of the Bay of Biscay, 28 December 1943
The action depicted is the battle between HMS 'Glasgow' (1936) and HMS 'Enterprise' (1927) and a group of German destroyers: 'Glasgow' is leading the British line. The Royal Navy had the best of this fight, sinking the German destroyers 'Z27', 'T25' and 'T26'.
- Image reference: BHC0686
- Norman Wilkinson Estate from collection at National Maritime Museum, Greenwich