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On 23 April 1918, Rowland Rowlands (on the left), volunteered in the Zeebrugge Raid. The Royal Navy attempted to sink several ships in the canal entrance to this German-held port in Belgium. The aim was to trap the German submarines inside it.

Source:
Barmouth Sailors’ Institute.

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