Admiralty: Portsmouth Station: Correspondence
|Title:||Admiralty: Portsmouth Station: Correspondence|
Correspondence on routine naval and dockyard matters, HMS Victory, ceremonials and reviews, boom defences, accidents to vessels at sea, etc. The majority of records in this series cover the Second World War period and deal with exercises and operations carried out under the auspices of the Commander-in-Chief, Portsmouth. Many of the files deal with the invasion of Normandy, 1944 (Operations Overlord and Neptune).
|Held by:||The National Archives, Kew|
|Legal status:||Public Record(s)|
Board of Admiralty, Portsmouth Station, 1815-1948
|Physical description:||539 files and volumes|