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The Invergordon Archive

HMS Repulse
The Invergordon Archive
HMS Repulse

Looking down the barrel of HMS Repulse in the Cromarty Firth. The Sutors are in the background.
Picture added on 12 May 2004
Yes I agree - the date 1900 was entered as the true date is unknown. I'm happy to change it to 1924 pending any other information.
Added by Malcolm McKean on 02 September 2004
Unless there was an earlier Repulse I would suggest that the date is too early. HMS Repulse was lauched in 1916 and served in both world wars and ended up being sunk together with HMS Prince of Wales by the Japanese off Singapore. My grandfather served on here for about 12 months in 1924/5.
Added by Andrew Bathie on 02 September 2004
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