HMS Queen Elizabeth
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HMS Queen Elizabeth seen at Malta in 1925.
(Photo from the collection of CPO Gunlayer Wilfred Reginald Butler, R.N.)
Courtesy of David Butler, R.N.



April 18, 1926: Officers and men of HMS Queen Elizabeth at Malta.
(Photo from the collection of CPO Gunlayer Wilfred Reginald Butler, R.N.)
Courtesy of David Butler, R.N.



April 20-30, 1926: HMS Queen Elizabeth (outboard) and HMS Valiant seen at Gibraltar.
(Photo from the collection of CPO Gunlayer Wilfred Reginald Butler, R.N.)
Courtesy of David Butler, R.N.



April 27 - May 1, 1926: The Grand Harbour, Malta. The French battleship Bretagne (top left) is seen during a port visit of the French Naval Minister. From left to right are HM battleships Queen Elizabeth, Ramillies (in floating drydock) and Barham, HMS Hermes and an unidentified destroyer are seen at right. (Identification of vessels made by Mike Griffiths.)
Photo from the collection of Vice-Admiral Sir Cecil Ponsonby Talbot, K.C.B., K.B.E., D.S.O.
Courtesy of Colonel John Talbot
Scan by Patrick Langrishe



HMS Queen Elizabeth seen at Malta in 1926.
(Photo from the collection of CPO Gunlayer Wilfred Reginald Butler, R.N.)
Courtesy of David Butler, R.N.



HMS Queen Elizabeth seen at the Mole in Gibraltar in the 1930's.





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