Product images of HMS 'Redbreast' (1908) under way in a crowded anchorage in the Eastern Mediterranean
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HMS 'Redbreast' (1908) under way in a crowded anchorage in the Eastern Mediterranean
Also in the picture is the battleship HMS 'Hannibal' (1896) anchored in the background whilst on trooping duties.
HMS 'Redbreast' was commissioned as a fleet messenger 17 July 1915, was used as a Q-ship 20 March to 16 September 1916, when she
reverted to fleet messenger and then sunk 15 July 1917 by a German submarine UC 38 in the Mediterranean.
- Image reference: P12660
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London