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HMS Kelly (F01) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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HMS Kelly (pennant number F01) was a K-class destroyer of the British Royal Navy, and flotilla leader of her class. She served through the early years of the Second ...

HMS Kelly, destroyer - Naval History.Net

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HMS KELLY (G 01) - K-class Flotilla Leader including Convoy Escort Movements. Edited by Gordon Smith, Naval-History.Net. HMS Kelly (Navy Photos/Mike Pocock, click to ...

23rd May 1941: HMS Kelly sunk - WWII Today

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As we entered Canea Bay a large caique was sighted loaded with German troops steering towards Crete. Both ships opened fire and sank her very quickly, the wretched ...

HMS Kelly, Royal Navy Destroyer - worldnavalships.com

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HMS Kelly by Ivan Berryman. The destroyer HMS Kelly passes close to the old carrier HMS Eagle as she escorts a convoy in the Mediterranean early in 1941.

HMS Kelly (F 01) of the Royal Navy - British Destroyer of ...

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History: HMS Kelly (Capt. Lord Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas Mountbatten, DSO, RN) was bombed and sunk on 23 May 1941 by German Stuka dive bombers south of ...

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HMS Kelly, Royal Navy Destroyer - Battleships-Cruisers.co.uk

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History of HMS Kelly and Notice Board for naval enthusiasts and ex Crew of HMS Kelly. This page has been set up so that naval enthusiasts of HMS Kelly can contact ...

The Loss of HMS Kelly » NHSA - navyhistory.org.au

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The Loss of HMS Kelly Author Mountbatten, Lord Louis, Earl of Burma Subjects Ship histories and stories Tags None noted. Ships None noted. Originally published in the ...

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9th May 1940 :Mountbatten brings home HMS Kelly

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HMS Kelly under tow in the North Sea, as seen by one of the Coastal Command aircraft that went to her assistance 11th May 1940