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Photograph of destroyer HMS 'Kandahar' (1939) 1st May 1941, under way in Alexandria harbour
HMS 'Kandahar' on 1st May 1941. Under way in Alexandria harbour, coming to moorings. In the left background are HMS 'Hereward' and HHMS 'Ierax' with HMS 'Juno' and HMS 'Imperial' on the right. Beyond her bow is HHMS 'Condouriotis' or
HHMS 'Spetsai'. The tripod mast of HMS 'Kingston' is visible beyond 'Kandahar's' searchlight platform. Pendant G28.
Object number: N31759
- Image reference: N31759
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London