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Stories categorised in 'SSEF and the Battle for Walcheren Island by Basil Woolf, Petty Officer'. These stories may contain references to other themes.

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SSEF and the Battle for Walcheren Island (Part 2)

LCH 269 received a very close shell off our stern, which really shook us up in the engine room, shrapnel...

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This trip was to take thirty days, we were now given sleeve badges. with the anchor, Tommy gun, and Eagle,...

SSEF and the Battle for Walcheren Island (Part 3)

Our job-- which was an all Naval show- was to attack the western most tip-West Kapelle- where the German...

SSEF and the Battle for Walcheren Island (Part 4)

Their losses were heavy, but they stuck to their job of engaging the enemy, thereby drawing the enemies...

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