Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

8/3/2008

HMS Hunter: A survivor remembers

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On the morning of 10 April 1940, 110 people on board HMS Hunter died when the Royal Navy ship was sunk by German forces during World War II’s first Battle of Narvik, in Norway.

John Hague, now 87, but then a 19-year-old able seaman, was one of just 35 survivors. for more click here

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