Product images of The Channel squadron, 1898
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The Channel squadron, 1898
An interpretation of the Channel Fleet in July 1898. The low viewpoint provides a long view down the three lines of ships. In the central foreground, the 'Majestic' is depicted, flying the flag of Vice-Admiral Sir Henry Stephenson and signalling to the fleet, which consisted of eight battleships and five cruisers.
Eduardo de Martino
- Image reference: BHC0646
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London