Hampton, J A (Lt)

 
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A lorry disembarks from a landing ship on the Normandy beaches, 7 June 1944.
A lorry disembarks from a landing ship on the Normandy beaches, 7 June 1944.
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 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.
Damage to the director of the destroyer HMS SAUMAREZ which received a direct hit from an 11-inch shell during the Battle of North Cape, when the German battlecruiser SCHARNHOST was sunk on 10 January 1943.
Damage to the director of the destroyer HMS SAUMAREZ which received a direct hit from an 11-inch shell during the Battle of North Cape, when the German battlecruiser SCHARNHOST was sunk on 10 January 1943.
HM Queen Elizabeth on the bridge of the SS QUEEN MARY acknowledging cheers from passing ships during a trip down the Clyde, 4 June 1942.
HM Queen Elizabeth on the bridge of the SS QUEEN MARY acknowledging cheers from passing ships during a trip down the Clyde, 4 June 1942.
Members of the Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) move a torpedo for loading into a submarine at Portsmouth, 29 September 1943.
Members of the Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) move a torpedo for loading into a submarine at Portsmouth, 29 September 1943.
The crew of HM Submarine UNISON display their 'Jolly Roger' at Plymouth, having returned from a successful 16 months in the Mediterranean, 10 October 1943.
The crew of HM Submarine UNISON display their 'Jolly Roger' at Plymouth, having returned from a successful 16 months in the Mediterranean, 10 October 1943.
Sailors using steam hoses to clear ice from anchor chains and winches on board HMS SCYLLA during a cold spell on patrol in the Atlantic, February 1943.
Sailors using steam hoses to clear ice from anchor chains and winches on board HMS SCYLLA during a cold spell on patrol in the Atlantic, February 1943.
A fleet of LCAs (assault landing craft) pass a landing ship as King George VI takes the salute on board the headquarters ship HMS BULOLO off Beaulieu, 24 May 1944.
A fleet of LCAs (assault landing craft) pass a landing ship as King George VI takes the salute on board the headquarters ship HMS BULOLO off Beaulieu, 24 May 1944.
Royal Navy personnel of an ostacle clearance unit blowing up German beach obstacles at La Riviere, Normandy, 9 June 1944.
Royal Navy personnel of an ostacle clearance unit blowing up German beach obstacles at La Riviere, Normandy, 9 June 1944.
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