Product images of Battleship HMS 'Warspite' (1913) in No.1 Dry Dock at Rosyth
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Battleship HMS 'Warspite' (1913) in No.1 Dry Dock at Rosyth
The starboard after embrasure beneath "Y" turret, showing damage to the hull
side caused by a 12in. shell which penetrated the port side of the upper deck, passed through the
captain's accommodation and burst in the Captain of Fleet's day cabin. Shows battle damage received
on 31 May 1916 at the Battle of Jutland.
- Image reference: N16494
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London