in 1918 H28 saw the tail end of WW1. See then continued to serve
with the Royal Navy and survived to see the Second World War making her unique
in that she served in both world
wars. Despite her loyal commitment H28 was sold for scrap in 1944.
this painting H28 is shown in front of the Eirlandse Lighthouse, Texel
Each print has been signed by the artist as well as Captain MRG Wingfield DSO, DSC*, RN and Commander Edward
Young DSO, DSC, RNV(S)R (author of the much respected book "One of
Our Submarines). Please note the signatures are on each
print and not merely reproduced from the original painting.
copy of H28's Patrol Report and details from the German Kriegestagebuch
(War Diary), together with other supporting documentation, accompany each
Print of pencil drawing also available
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This print was specially
produced for the Royal Navy Submarine Museum.
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Royal Navy Submarine Museum website