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H.M.S Victory - Shore Depot?

Kevin Stillyards

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Was H.M.S Victory as shore depot? Does anyone have details about the depots function / location.

Also Can anyone help me with info about the following man.


Deck Hand


H.M.S. "Victory.", Royal Naval Reserve.

Died 9 November 1918.


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HMS Victory (or HMS Victory I) was Portsmouth - 'HMS Victory' can be followed by other Roman numerals (II - XI) indicating other locations at times.

All details of RN shore establishments can be found in the excellent small book -

'Shore Establishments of the Royal Navy' by Lt-Cmdr B.Warlow (Maritime Books). Well worth the cost.

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