Winston Churchill wearing leather ear defenders watches gunnery practice on board HMS RENOWN whilst he was returning from Canada, September 1943.
Winston Churchill on board the battleship HMS PRINCE OF WALES during his journey to America to meet President Roosevelt, August 1941.
Their Majesties the King and Queen, Queen Alexandra, Sir Deighton Probyn and Petty Officer Ernest Pitcher, V. C., H. H. at the private view of the Exhibition of Naval photographs at Princes Galleries, Piccadilly, 21st July 1918.
The ship's company of HMS PRINCE OF WALES poses for a photograph with Winston Churchill and his staff at Scapa Flow after the Atlantic Meeting with President Roosevelt, 18 August 1941.
The pre-Dreadnought battleship HMS AGAMEMNON, which served in the Mediterranean during the First World War.
The forward 4.7-inch guns of HMS FOXHOUND, off Freetown, Sierra Leone, August 1943.
The crew of HM Submarine UTMOST displaying their "Jolly Roger" at Holy Loch in Scotland after a successful year's service in the Mediterranean, 6 February 1942.
The battleship HMS DUKE OF YORK in heavy seas on a convoy escort operation to Russia, March 1942.
St George's Day 1918: Bridge of 'HMS Canterbury'. When the Great Naval Raid took place on Zeebrugge and Ostend, 'HMS Canterbury' was on Patrol Work.
Sailors surround the ship's cat "Convoy" asleep in a miniature hammock on board HMS HERMIONE, Gibraltar, 26 November 1941.