War diary of Leading Signalman John (Iaon) Evans
Extract from autobiography of Vice Admiral Sir Geoffrey Robson
Account of Surgeon Lieutenant Armstrong of HMS Kandahar - the final 36 hours (19th to 20th December 1941)
The following extract is taken from a wonderful account of Kandahar's wartime service from commissioning in 1939 to being sunk in 1941. The chronicle was written in the 1940's by Surgeon Lieutenant D.M. Armstrong with help from other Kandahar officers. It was sent to the Association following a chance meeting in Monaco between Alan Armstrong (his son) and Peter Chapman the nephew of Kandahar survivor Leading Telegraphist Bertram Davies.
Account of Petty Officer Tom Richards of HMS Aurora - December 18th to 30th 1941
War diary of Chief Petty Officer John (Jack) Charles Evans, Electrical Artificer 2nd Class - 28th August 1939 to 11th February 1941
War diary of Ordinary Seaman John Smith - May 1940 to January 1941
This account starts with a signal sent to the French Fleet and continues through the events of the following eight months including John Smith's personal geographical and historical notes on HMS Neptune's ports of call.
Journal of Midshipman Nigel Fawcett - January 1940 to February 1941
Nigel Fawcett who served as a Midshipman in HMS Neptune from January 1940 to February 1941, when she arrived back in Chatham for a short refit, has given the Association his Journal covering the period and Commander Nick Nick Wright has made this enlightening summary of its contents.
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