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PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 1:40 am 
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Is the camouflage scheme shown by Mal Wright for HMS Queen of Thanet in 1943, of AP507C, MS3 and 1940 Stone a complete fantasy/concoction? Where on earth is the evidence for this? The various images on the Internet, including those from a private collection, seem only to show an overall grey scheme - admittedly only up to 1942. I'm not sure what to believe in this book (Destroyers, Frigates etc.....).

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The less you believe in that book, the safer you are as a general rule.

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