HMS Kent, one of the British ships at the Battle of the Falkland Islands 8th December 1914 http://www.britishbattles.com/battle-of-the-falkland-islands/

HMS Kent, British light cruiser at the Battle of the Falkland Islands on December 1914

6 in armoured cruiser HMS Kent - in December 1914 part of the fleet that avenged her sister HMS Monmouth (sunk at the Battle of the Coronel) by destroying von Spee's force at the Battle of the Falkland Islands.

6 in armoured cruiser HMS Kent - in December 1914 part of the fleet that avenged her sister HMS Monmouth (sunk at the Battle of the Coronel) by destroying von Spee's force at the Battle of the Falkland Islands.

Opening stage of the Battle of the Falklands 8th December 1914. The action is foreshortened, German ships in the distance far right; Invincible and Inflexible centre; Glasgow left and Cornwall centre left. http://www.britishbattles.com/battle-of-the-falkland-islands/.

Opening stage of the Battle of the Falklands 8th December 1914. The action is foreshortened, German ships in the distance far right; Invincible and Inflexible centre; Glasgow left and Cornwall centre left. http://www.britishbattles.com/battle-of-the-falkland-islands/.

Monmouth class cruiser HMS Kent - surprised by the German appearance off the Falklands in December 1914, she put to sea without refuelling and by the end of the battle was reduced to burning her wardroom furniture. She sank SMS Nurnberg.

Monmouth class cruiser HMS Kent - surprised by the German appearance off the Falklands in December she put to sea without refuelling and by the end of the battle was reduced to burning her wardroom furniture. She sank SMS Nurnberg.

HMS Kent, Glasgow and Inflexible at the Battle of the Falkland Islands 8th December 1914: photograph taken by Paymaster Sub-Lieutenant Duckworth RN from HMS Invincible http://www.britishbattles.com/battle-of-the-falkland-islands/.

HMS Kent Glasgow and Inflexible. Photograph taken from HMS Invincible at the beginning of the Battle of the Falkland Islands on

Damage to the hull of HMS Kent caused by shell-fire from SMS Nürnberg during the Battle of the Falkland Islands on 8th December 1914

Damage to the hull of HMS Kent caused by shell-fire from SMS Nürnberg during the Battle of the Falkland Islands on December 1914

HMS Kent. Monmouth Class cruiser. Built 1901

HMS Kent. Monmouth Class cruiser. Built 1901

HMS Kent. Monmouth Class cruiser. Built 1901

HMS Kent. Monmouth Class cruiser. Built 1901

Shell hole in a casemate on HMS Kent made during the Battle of the Falkland Islands on 8th December 1914. Sergeant Mayes RMA stands to the left of the hole

Shell hole in a casemate on HMS Kent. Sergeant Mayes RMA stands to the left of the hole: the Battle of the Falkland Islands December 1914 .

Photograph of British sailors on board HMS KENT, 1914. - National Maritime Museum

Members of the WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots) are pictured at Lockbourne Army Air Field in World War II.

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