HMS Viceroy was a Royal Navy W-Class Destroyer

She saw service in the final months of World War I and in World War II

Built by John I. Thornycroft & Company at Woolston, Hampshire

HMS Viceroy was assigned to the Grand Fleet, based at Scapa Flow in the Orkney Islands, in which she served for the rest of World War I

She was bought out of the Reserve Fleet at the start of World War II , where she was involved with several campaigns, Operation Husky and exchanges with UBoats

HMS Viceroy’s crew recovered brandy which had been aboard U-1274 from the water and built a presentation case for it; the First Sea Lord, Admiral of the Fleet Andrew Cunningham, sent it to Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

Dimensions :

15in 38cm Height x 9.5in 24.5cm  Widest

est 5kg

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