A weather beaten HMS Prince of Wales in Singapore a few days before her sinking by Japanese aircraft on 10 December 1941,
HMS Prince of Wales. The most colourful ship in the Royal Navy
HMS Prince of Wales leaving Singapore on 8 December 1941
THE SINKING OF HMS PRINCE OF WALES BY JAPANESE AIRCRAFT OFF MALAYA, DECEMBER…
Brand new 14 in King George V class battleship HMS Prince of Wales with Fairey Swordfish torpedo bomber overhead, April 1941. Both were to play a part in the Bismarck saga the following month. Prince of Wales was sunk by Japanese aircraft that December.
HMS Prince of Wales (53) - HMS Prince of Wales was partially responsible for the containment and eventual sinking of the KMS Bismarck.
HMS Prince of Wales arriving at Sembawang Naval Base, Singapore, 4 December 1941. The King George V-class 14in gun Battleship was sunk by Japanese aircraft torpedoes six days later on 10 December 1941 with great loss of life .
HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse: The End of an Era
HMS Prince of Wales (1902), was a London- or Queen-class pre-dreadnought battleship, a sub-class of the Formidable-class battleships of the British Royal Navy. HMS Prince of Wales (1902) was the sixth of seven ships of the Royal Navy that have had the name HMS Prince of Wales.Prince of Wales became flagship of the squadron in March 1916. She ended her flagship duties in June 1916, when she went to Gibraltar for a refit. She later returned to the Adriatic
British Prime Minister Churchill stroking a cat "Blackie" on the deck of the English battleship HMS Prince of Wales with USS Mcdougall DD-358 alongside. August 10, 1941.