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USS Nelson (DD-623) with stern damaged off Normandy, 1944

USS Nelson (DD-623) with stern damaged off Normandy, 1944


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USS Nelson (DD-623) with stern damaged off Normandy, 1944

Here we see the Gleaves class destroyer USS Nelson (DD-623) in the drydock at Portsmouth showing the damage to her stern suffered after she was torpedoed by a German E-Boat off Normandy on 13 June 1944.


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