I'm researching a sailor who died on board HMS Lion at Jutland. His given rank is Cook's Mate.He was one of the 99 fatalities suffered by Lio...
Journal of the <i>HMS Lion</i>, 1793. Drawing from the ship log of the HMS Lion, the vessel that brought Lord Macartney to China in 1793.
HMS Lion was a two-deck 80-gun second rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 29 July 1847 at Pembroke Dockyard.
HMS Lion - 1964/1965. HMS Lion - 1964/1965. Some notes on the photie. It was taken on the quarterdeck of the Lion in the Med, I think it was 65.
HMS Lion (Lion-class battlecruiser).jpg, View Interesting HMS_Lion_(Lion-class_battlecruiser).jpg Sites. HMS Litchfield, View Interesting HMS_Litchfield
... Book Reviews PROVIDED BY - Rob Jerrard. H.M.S. Lion 1960 (The Last Lion) C34. HMS Superb was the only one completed - others formed the Tiger Class.
27 Dec 2004 Arthur OUTRAM (son of Joe and Ellen OUTRAM), of the Red Lion Inn in Grindleford was H.M.S. "Lion". Pte. S. YOUNG, 2nd Middlesex Regt.
HMS Lion. Image. HMS Queen Mary · Ship: BR Lion · Ship: BR Princess Royal · Unit: BR, Lion. Ship. HMS Lion · HMS Princess Royal · HMS Queen Mary. Ship Type
7 Jun 2007 The HMS Lion was activated as a training ship at Devonport in 1871. It was used to train boys for over three decades.
HMS Lion by Philip Gill 1/400 HMS Lion (JSC Kitbash). I got this idea from Anthony Preston's Battleships: 1856-1977, Summit Books: Hamlyn, (1977) page 125.
Battlecruiser HMS 'Lion' coming into action, Battle of Jutland 31 May - 1 June 1916. Jutland (also called Battle of the Skagerrak) was the only full-scale
The hull of this Royal Navy Later Minotaur Class Cruiser was built by Scott's of Greenock on the River Clyde in Scotland and launched in Sept 1944 but was
Flipkart.com: 1910 Ships; RMS Olympic, SMS Moltke, HMS Lion, SS Kentuckian, SS El Occidente, SS El Oriente, Bx, USS Beaver, SS El Sol, USS Cyclops by Books
HMS Lion was a British Lion Class Battle Cruiser of 26350 tons displacement launched in 1910. HMS Lion was manned by a crew of 1085 and powered by Yarrow
2 May 2010 HMS Lion was a 60-gun fourth rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, built at Chatham Dockyard to the 1706 Establishment and launched on 20