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British Royal Navy Recruiting Poster Print 1940, WWII

British Royal Navy Recruiting Poster Print 1940, WWII Prints. from old-time Posters. This one was put out by the British Royal Navy to encourage recruitment. Looking at the Warship in the background I would guess the original of this was printed about the beginning of World War 2 - 1939 or 1940. I will be listing more of these Posters in the coming days - please check back for the new arrivals. The print will be 20cm X 25cm APPROXIMATELY 8 ins X 10 ins , depending on the proportion16

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Best known for his victory in the Battle of Trafalgar (1805), where he also lost his life, Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson is England's perhaps most famous admiral. A superb strategist, but also tactician, Nelson fought many battles and won several decisive victories. Always in the line of fire alongside his men, Nelson lost an arm and one eye and was wounded numerous times. His legacy remains very much alive and influential.

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Inside the 1980s time capsule that is the Falklands War frigate HMS Plymouth

HMS Plymouth. The Rothesay-class frigate served in the Royal Navy from 1959 to 1988 and helped save the Falklands Islands from Argentinean invasion in 1982.

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'Tour the World. Join the Royal Navy', navy recruitment poster, 1936 (colour litho), Cattermole, Lance (1898-1992) / © Royal Naval Museum, Portsmouth,

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