MGBs 660 and 662

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MGBs 660 and 662

Postby Croatian Navy » Tue Feb 28, 2012 4:08 pm

For my texts about ww2 on Adriatic I am searching for some photos, so if anyone can help me. I would be very greatfull.

So, I need these photos:

MGB 660 and 662.

I also need photos of their crew members and their comanders:
A.H. Robinson
Timothy 'Tim' James Bligh

Also I need crew photos. I only have together crew photo of MTB 662.
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Watto
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Re: MGBs 660 and 662

Postby Watto » Sun Nov 11, 2012 8:48 pm

Hello. I realise this post was made some time ago but my father was on MGB 660 during the second world war and he does have a few photographs of the boat and some of the crew members.
Steve.

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Re: MGBs 660 and 662

Postby Croatian Navy » Sat Nov 24, 2012 5:41 pm

Hi Watto
Can you please share those photos with us here?

cdsc123
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Re: MGBs 660 and 662

Postby cdsc123 » Sat Nov 24, 2012 8:31 pm

Photos of MGB 660 appear on page 38 of The Fairmile D (Anatomy of The Ship series) and page 97 of Allied Coastal Forces of WWII vol I, both by John Lambert and both alongside at Bastia. There is also a line drawing of 660 on page 113 of the latter publication.

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Re: MGBs 660 and 662

Postby Son of Gwilym » Thu Nov 29, 2012 1:43 pm

662 and Bligh are mentioned in Horlock's book p42.


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