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Motor Torpedo Boat (MTB) was the name given to fast torpedo boats by the Royal Navy and the Royal Canadian Navy.  The capitalised term is generally used for the Royal Navy (RN) boats and abbreviated to "MTB". During World War II the US Navy boats were usually called by their hull classification symbol of "PT" (Patrol Torpedo), and are covered under PT boat although the class type was still "motor torpedo boat".  German motor torpedo boats of World War II were called S-Boote (Schnellboote BFD

Motor Torpedo Boat (MTB) was the name given to fast torpedo boats by the Royal Navy and the Royal Canadian Navy. The capitalised term is generally used for the Royal Navy (RN) boats and abbreviated to "MTB". During World War II the US Navy boats were usually called by their hull classification symbol of "PT" (Patrol Torpedo), and are covered under PT boat although the class type was still "motor torpedo boat". German motor torpedo boats of World War II were called S-Boote (Schnellboote BFD

HMS KELVIN'S SHIPS MASCOT. SEPTEMBER 1940, ON BOARD THE DESTROYER IN HARBOUR. "Splinters" the ships cat is well known for his antics and is found in many unlikely places. Here he is on the ship's bell.

A "Splinters" the ships cat is well known for his antics and is found in many unlikely places. Here he is on the ship's bell.

The Kamikaze Strikes of WWII in Pictures. USS Intrepid Nov. 1944, battle at Leyte Gulf

Anti-aircraft crew member of USS New Jersey watching a kamikaze special attack aircraft diving into USS Intrepid, 25 Nov note Kingfisher float plane on the port catapult

USS Marlin SS 205, a Mackerel Class submarine originally launched by the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine in 1941.

USS Marlin SS a Mackerel Class submarine originally launched by the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine, in

HMAS Vidal, Big Swell. 1940 ~ I normally only post USS but this is a magnificent photo.

the Australian Navy never had a vessel called Vidal. There was a Royal Navy survey ship, HMS Vidal. However, she was not launched until Still a great picture though.

Four soldiers of the Infantry Division study a group of German road signs on Boulevard Rochebonne in the French town of Poincaré à Paramé, a suburb of Saint- Malo

Panzergrenadiers from the 131st. Infantry Division (Wehrmacht) tramping through churned up fields of mud to advance near the battlefield. The Panzer V (Panther) that they are passing by is a command tank belonging to the 5th SS Panzer Division "Wiking". Note on top of the tank is SS Obersturmbannführer Johannes Mühlenkamp. Kovel, Ukraine, 1944

SS-Obersturmbannführer (rank at the time) Johannes Mühlenkamp, Kommandeur of SS-Panzer-Regiment SS-PzD 'Wiking' in his Panzer V 'Panther' Nº and Grenadiers of the at the Battle of Kowel, Ukraine. of April

'Road to Caen' Allied Sherman Tanks pass through Douvres-la-Délivrande on the way to Caen, Normandy, France, June 1944. During the Second World War, Douvres-la-Délivrande was the site of an important German air-detection radar installation, part of the strategic Atlantic Wall defences. Completed in the autumn of 1943, the station was split into two zones by the road from Douvres to Bény-sur-Mer; and heavily fortified with bunkers, machineguns and minefields. The Northern zone held a large…

'Road to Caen' Allied Sherman Tanks pass through Douvres-la-Délivrande on the way to Caen, Normandy, France, June During the Second World War,.

Fairmile D-type motor gun/torpedo boats (MGB601, 1942 – 1945   Motor Torpedo Boat. Motor Torpedo Boat (MTB) was the name given to fast torpedo boats by the Royal Navy, the Royal Canadian Navy and the United States Navy

Fairmile D-type motor gun/torpedo boats 1942 – 1945 Motor Torpedo Boat. Motor Torpedo Boat (MTB) was the name given to fast torpedo boats by the Royal Navy, the Royal Canadian Navy and the United States Navy

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