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VETERANS gathered in <br>Cornwall to remember HMS <br>Warspite, which went aground <br>near St Michael's Mount on <br>her way to the breaker's yard<br> 50 years ago. <br>The 27,000-ton battleship saw <br>service in both world wars, suffer-<br>ing damage at the Battle of <Br>Jutland, and was being towed for <br>scrapping when she performed a <br>final act of defiance. <br>Members of the Warspite <br>Association - including one from <br>Australia - paraded through <br>Marazion, and a new standard was <br>dedicated.<br>A service was also held at <br>the Warspite memorial, close to the <br>shore.<br>Among those attending were <br>representatives of the Penlee <br>lifeboat, involved in the rescue of <br>the eight-man caretaker crew.
VETERANS gathered in Cornwall to remember HMS Warspite, which went aground near St Michael's Mount on her way to the breaker's yard 50 years ago.
 
The 27,000-ton battleship saw service in both world wars, suffer- ing damage at the Battle of Jutland, and was being towed for scrapping when she performed a final act of defiance.
 
Members of the Warspite Association - including o n e f r o m Australia - paraded through Marazion, and a new standard was dedicated.
 
A service was also held at the Warspite memorial, close to the shore.
 
Among those attending were representatives of the Penlee lifeboat, involved in the rescue of the eight-man caretaker crew.
 
 
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Navy News Issue Month / Year Page Index
520 November 1997 19 Navy News
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Warspite is
remembered

VETERANS gathered in
Cornwall to remember HMS
Warspite, which went aground
near St Michael's Mount on
her way to the breaker's yard
50 years ago.
The 27,000-ton battleship saw
service in both world wars, suffer-
ing damage at the Battle of
Jutland, and was being towed for
scrapping when she performed a
final act of defiance.
Members of the Warspite
Association - including one from
Australia - paraded through
Marazion, and a new standard was
dedicated.
A service was also held at
the Warspite memorial, close to the
shore.
Among those attending were
representatives of the Penlee
lifeboat, involved in the rescue of
the eight-man caretaker crew.

Screenshot 2021-07-03 at 12.23.54.png
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