Indian Ocean

  • HMS Warrior’s important records

    HMS Warrior’s important records

    Chris Graham on 9th March 2022

    We report on how HMS Warrior's archive of historical weather readings is being used to better understand the climate during the 19th century. 

  • Cunard’s Saxonia Class ocean liners

    Cunard’s Saxonia Class ocean liners

    Chris Graham on 16th February 2022

    Daniel Geare charts the history of Cunard’s Saxonia Class ocean liners built for the Canadian service, and their successful cruising careers.

  • USS Tarawa; a mid-1970s ground-breaker

    USS Tarawa; a mid-1970s ground-breaker

    Chris Graham on 1st February 2022

    The first Landing Helicopter Assault ship, USS Tarawa, joined the US Navy in 1976. Patrick Boniface recalls this ground-breaking warship.

  • Amazing, between-the-wars images

    Amazing, between-the-wars images

    Chris Graham on 6th December 2021

    Jim Shaw showcases the amazing, between-the-wars images produced by official Panama Canal photographer, Ernest ‘Red’ Hallen.

  • Prince Philip’s naval ships

    Prince Philip’s naval ships

    Chris Graham on 24th November 2021

    Paul Brown describes the 14-year Royal Navy career of the late Prince Philip, who became HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.

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