HMS Anson (1940)

KGV type battleship HMS Anson and a aircraft carrier with (Vought Corsair's) on flight deck,

HMS Anson, King George V class battleship of the British Royal Navy at Devonport, March 1945. #10A

King George V class battleship HMS Anson in best known for accepting the Japanese surrender at Hong Kong in though her significant Arctic service should not be overlooked. She was mothballed in 1949 and sold for scrap in

The Royal Navy battleship HMS Anson (79) firing her guns during passing out trials in the North Sea.

HMS Anson, a type "King George V" battleship, shoots her main guns BL-Mk VII during trials in the North Sea, Note the northern waters camouflage paint.

HMS Anson, a type "King George V" battleship, shoots her 356-mm main guns BL-Mk VII during trials in the North Sea, 1942. Note the northern waters camouflage paint.

HMS Anson, a type "King George V" battleship, shoots her main guns BL-Mk VII during trials in the North Sea, Note the northern waters camouflage paint.

14 in battleship HMS Anson, sister of King George V (see nearby) at Plymouth, 1945.

King George V class battleship HMS Anson in best known for accepting the Japanese surrender at Hong Kong in though her significant Arctic service should not be overlooked. She was mothballed in 1949 and sold for scrap in

HMS Anson

Battleship HMS Anson at anchor, Devonport, Plymouth, England, March

HMS Anson

Battleship HMS Anson at anchor, Devonport, Plymouth, England, March

HMS Anson

Battleship HMS Anson visiting Swansea, Wales in August Built during WWII,

HMS Anson 1946 Garden Island Dockyard, Sydney, Australia

Battleship HMS Anson KGV-class at Garden Island Dockyard, Sydney, Australia in

Two sailors on HMS ANSON smartening up ready for the liberty boat to take them ashore at Scapa Flow, October 1942.

Two sailors on HMS ANSON smartening up ready for the liberty boat to take them ashore at Scapa Flow, October Ware, C J (Lt)

“Ship’s company of HMS Anson, in Sydney Harbour, climb the superstructure to get a bird’s eye view of VP-Day celebrations.” (Imperial War Museums)

lex-for-lexington: “ “Ship’s company of HMS Anson, in Sydney Harbour, climb the superstructure to get a bird’s eye view of VP-Day celebrations.

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