HMS Irresistible
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September 1, 1905: HMS Irresistible at Genoa (Genova), Italy.
(Photo from the collection of William "Bill" Thomas Clegg, R.N.)
Courtesy of Robert W. Green



October 2, 1905: Ordinary Seacat Togo in one of the 12"/40 (305mm) main guns on HMS Irresistible. When
Irresistible was sinking Leading Stoker William Burrows jumped over the side in an attempt to save Togo,
who was already in the water, this gallant act cost him his life, both Burrows and Togo perished.
(Photo from the collection of William "Bill" Thomas Clegg, R.N.)
Courtesy of Robert W. Green



Ordinary Seacat Togo seen in 1905.
(Photo from the collection of William "Bill" Thomas Clegg, R.N.)
Courtesy of Robert W. Green



Gunnery crew on the HMS Irresistible in May 1906 in Valletta, Malta. Able Seaman William (Bill) Thomas Clegg RN is seen in the middle of the back row behind the officer.
(Photo from the collection of William "Bill" Thomas Clegg, R.N.)
Courtesy of Robert W. Green



June 1906: HMS Irresistible in drydock at Malta. Another Formidable class battleship, possibly HMS Formidable is seen alongside.
(Photo from the collection of William "Bill" Thomas Clegg, R.N.)
Courtesy of Robert W. Green





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