- The W Beach force came from the cruiser HMS Euryalus and the battleship HMS Implacable which also carried the troops bound for X Beach.
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- HMS Euryalus (frigate). Vice Admiral the Hon. Sir Henry Blackwood, Bt.
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- Miles interviewed Holmes alongside other young convicts on the prison ship HMS Euryalus for a special parliamentary committee looking at juvenile crime in London.
- HMS Euryalus (42) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- HMS Euryalus was a Dido-class cruiser of the Royal Navy. She was built at Chatham Dockyard UK), with the keel being laid down on 21 October 1937.
- HMS Euryalus (F15) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- HMS Euryalus (F15) was a Leander-class frigate of the Royal Navy (RN).
- HMS Euryalus (1901) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- HMS Euryalus was a Cressy-class armoured cruiser in the Royal Navy.
- HMS Euryalus Association - Welcome Aboard
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