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HMS Wager/photo

by LongVince

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Crossing the Line Ceremony
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Addu Atol
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Royal Navy
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A6359204
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24 October 2005

Crossing the line ceremony, Addu Atol, September 1944.

Some of the crew from HMS Wager enjoying themselves during the crossing the line ceremony. My father, David H Savin, was a torpedo man aboard wager, and we recently found a stash of old photos. A few, like this one, he had put a caption on the reverse, dating it exactly.

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Posted on: 24 October 2005 by essexactiondesk

Your father has left a valuable collection of photos - many thanks for sharing them and I hope you do have contact from other survivors.

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