This is a stunning view of the Australian War Memorial in Canberra looking from the Commemorative area to the Hall of Memory. The card is excellent quality. It would suit a card collector of war, military, countries or culture.
This card features an American revolutionary soldier of the 1770s in standard uniform of jacket, waistcoat and breeches. The border and background are red, white and blue embellished with stars suggesting the American flag.
CONDITION KEY. Average Condition- Obvious wear, major creasing, indents. Good Condition- General edge/corner wear, folder indents, 2 or more minor creases. Very Good Condition- Very little edge/corner wear and 1 or less minor crease, minor indent marks from being secured in folder.
The British Miltary Tournament and Tattoo was part of the British Exhibition Australia held in Sydney at the RAS Showground 25 Sep – 10 Oct 1964. 24pp, 24 cms x 18 cms, talks about all those taking part, some adverts.
On 28 August 1914, she participated in the Battle of Heligoland Bight, and on 24 January 1915 Lowestoft took part in the Battle of Dogger Bank. HMS Lowestoft was a Town-class light cruiser built for the Royal Navy.
HMS Campbell (G76) was an Admiralty type flotilla leader (also known as the Scott-class) of the British Royal Navy. During the Second World War, Campbell mainly served with as a convoy escort, particularly on the East Coast of the United Kingdom.
HMS Rob Roy (G92) was a Royal Navy R-class destroyer, constructed and then operational in the First World War. H.M.S. ROB ROY. 140mm x 90mm. Launched: 29 August 1916. Completed: 15 December 1916. Fate: Sold 13 July 1926.
H.M.S. Splendid (G57) was a S-class destroyer built for the Royal Navy as World War I was ending. 140mm x 90mm. Launched : 10 Jul, 1918. Pendant Number: G.57 (Nov 1918). Splendid was recommissioned at Chatham on 15 May, 1920.
Georgios Averof is a modified Pisa-class armored cruiser built in Italy for the Royal Hellenic Navy. Photo : Georgios Averof. GEORGIOS AVEROF. Photo size : approx. 140mm x 90mm. Photo Dated : May, 1937.
HMS Comet (H00) was a C-class destroyer built for the Royal Navy. Photo : HMS Comet (H00). Comet transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) in 1938 and renamed HMCS Restigouche. Fate: Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy and renamed Restigouche, 11 June 1938.
HMS Ashanti (F51) was a Tribal-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. Photo : HMS Ashanti. Photo size : approx. 140mm x 90mm. H.M.S. ASHANTI. Launched: 5 November 1937. January 1939 - F51. Completed: 21 December 1938.
H.M.H.S. DOVER CASTLE. On 26 May 1917 she was torpedoed by German U-boat UC-67. Fate: 26 May 1917 Torpedoed by German U-boat UC-67. 140mm x 90mm. Launched: 4 February 1904. The initial explosion killed seven boiler stokers, but the crew was able to evacuate the wounded onto HMS Cameleon.
HMHS Dinard, Hospital Carrier No 28. Photo : HMHS Dinard. H.M.H.S. DINARD. Photo size : approx. 140mm x 90mm. In 1939 she was requisitioned for fitting out as a Military Hospital Carrier. She was sold in 1958 to Viking Line and renamed VIKING.
HMS Strongbow (G44) was an M-class destroyer built for the British Royal Navy during the First World War. Following commissioning, Strongbow joined the Twelfth Destroyer Flotilla of the Grand Fleet, with the pennant number G44.
For the rest of the First World War, except for the inconclusive Action of 19 August 1916, her service during the war generally consisted of routine patrols and training in the North Sea. Photo : HMS Barham.