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Lieutenant -Commander Edward Boyle in submarine E14 evading Turkish mines while passing through the Dardanelles, 27 April 1915 (litho)

Lieutenant -Commander Edward Boyle in submarine evading Turkish mines while passing through the Dardanelles, 27 April Illustration for Deeds That Thrill The Empire (Standard Art Book Co, c

E Class

Q An officer observing through the periscope of a British E class submarine while submerged.

E Class. This is why the Allies won.

THE Australian Navy believes it may be close to finding the Australias first navy submarine, which sank a century ago this month.

Centenario, Stamps, Aussies, Submarines, Stamping

Book Jacket, Book Cover Art

E11 at work

British submarine torpedoing the Turkish transport Stamboul in the Bosphorus off Constantinople, 25 May

E11 also in Golden Horn

also in Golden Horn

Boyle

First World War British submarine found 94 years after being abandoned Edward Boyle VC

What the fuss was about. Finally retired from the Turkish navy in 1958

What the fuss was about. Finally retired from the Turkish navy in 1958

Royal Navy, Submarines, World War

Wreck of E14 found intact

Watery grave: The coral-encrusted HMS which was found earlier this month off the coast of Turkey in the Dardanelles Strait after being sunk 94 years ago

E14 illustrating Boyle's VC winning work in the Sea of Marmora and the Golden Horn

Lieutenant -Commander Edward Boyle in submarine evading Turkish mines while passing through the Dardanelles, 27 April Illustration for Deeds That Thrill The Empire (Standard Art Book Co, c

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