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  1. Kingston Olivine

    HMS Kingston Olivine MS/AS Trawler with some of her 'flock'. 11.5” X 9.5”
  2. German Vorpostenboot

    The photograph shows a German armed trawler (Vorpostenboot) in the early stage of World War II, in 1939. Vorpostenboats (V or Vp-Boote) were German patrol boats which served during both World Wars. They were used around coastal areas and in coastal operations, and were tasked with patrol...
  3. T F12

    Presumably dating from 1939-1945. My uncle served with the RNR ... The photo is a postcard from the time. Location unknown.
  4. Heavily armed Vp-boat

    The photograph shows a heavily armed German Vorpostenboot (armed trawler/patrol craft), especially designed for convoy escort and sub-hunting. For a full account on the origin and duty of the Vorpostenboots, please see this photograph of an armed trawler, taken in 1939...
  5. German Vorpostenboot

    The photograph shows a German armed trawler (Vorpostenboot) in the early stage of WW 2. Vorpostenboots (V or Vp-Boote) were German patrol boats which served during both World Wars. They were used around coastal areas and in coastal operations, and were tasked with patrol, ship escort...
  6. Another German Vorpostenboot

    Another example of a German Vorpostenboot (armed trawler), seen here in heavy seas in the North Sea, shortly after the outbreak of WW 2.
  7. German Vorpostenboot (armed trawler)

    Vorpostenboots (Vp-Boote) were German patrol boats which served during both World Wars. They were used around coastal areas and in coastal operations, and were tasked with patrol, ship escort, sub-hunting, and naval combat. Larger warships were not available in sufficient numbers in the...
  8. Wartime Trawler/Minesweeper

    Patrol Service Ship after engagement with a Junkers66. Skipper T.A.Edmond
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