German battleship Gneisenau firing on the carrier HMS Glorious, sunk in June 1940 whilst covering the evacuation of British and French forces from Norway. She is photographed from her sister Scharnhorst: they were sometimes categorised by the British as battlecruisers.

German battleship Gneisenau firing on the carrier HMS Glorious, sunk in June 1940 whilst covering the evacuation of British and French forces from Norway. She is photographed from her sister Scharnhorst.

British aircraft carrier HMS Glorious. A swordfish aircraft fighter-bomber launches from the flight deck! #5C

A swordfish aircraft fighter-bomber launches from a British aircraft carrier.

Broadside view of British aircraft carrier HMS Glorious, early version.

HMS Glorious was a Courageous-class fleet aircraft carrier of the British Royal Navy.

HMS Glorious in a heavy sea | by umbry101

A dramatic and impressive bows-on view of HMS Glorious ploughing the waves.

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Scharnhorst firing her forward guns against HMS Glorious, 8 Jun 1940

[Photo] Scharnhorst firing her forward guns against HMS Glorious, in the Norwegian Sea west of Narvik, Norway, 8 Jun 1940

German battlecruiser Scharnhorst firing her forward guns against carrier HMS Glorious, 8 Jun Glorious and British destroyers Ardent & Acasta are sunk in battle - 1537 killed on 3 ships.

HMS Glorious aircraft carrier HMS Westminster destroyer foreground Casualty list 15th - 30th June 1940

HMS Glorious, shown here sailing with the destroyer HMS Westminster. Sunk June 8 1940 along with HM Destroyers Acasta and Ardent by Scharnhorst and Gneisenau.

HMS Glorious was a Courageous-class fleet aircraft carrier of the British Royal Navy. (google.image) 10.17 (small picture)

Sir Kenneth Cross, from Hampshire, fought the Nazis in Scandinavia, North Africa and western Europe and was awarded a haul of medals for his dedicated and courageous service.

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HMS Furious, refitted in the States in was the only one to survive the war - to be sold for scrap in after a busy and successful wartime career.

Taken from the Scharnhorst, ahead the Gneisenau firing her guns at the British aircraft carrier HMS Glorious - Operation "Juno" 4th - 10th June 1940

Taken from the Scharnhorst, ahead the Gneisenau firing her guns at the British aircraft carrier HMS Glorious - Operation "Juno" - June 1940

Taken from the Scharnhorst, ahead the Gneisenau firing her guns at the British aircraft carrier HMS Glorious - Operation "Juno" 4th - 10th June 1940

Taken from the Scharnhorst, ahead the Gneisenau firing her guns at the British aircraft carrier HMS Glorious - Operation "Juno" - June 1940

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