The British Occupation of Java, Surabaya Chapter.

Battle of Surabaya
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ROYAL NAVY IN ACTION AT SURABAYA. 16 NOVEMBER 1945, SURABAYA. HM SHIPS CAESAR, CAVALIER, AND CARRON, THREE DESTROYERS OF THE 6TH FLOTILLA, HAVE BEEN OPERATING OFF SURABAYA, JAVA, SINCE 1 NOVEMBER. AT FIRST THEY TOOK PART IN THE EVACUATION OF INTERNEES FROM THE TOWN, AND LATER BOMBARDED THE COAST IN SUPPORT OF THE ARMY.

ROYAL NAVY IN ACTION AT SURABAYA. 16 NOVEMBER 1945, SURABAYA. HM SHIPS CAESAR, CAVALIER, AND CARRON, THREE DESTROYERS OF THE 6TH FLOTILLA, HAVE BEEN OPERATING OFF SURABAYA, JAVA, SINCE 1 NOVEMBER. AT FIRST THEY TOOK PART IN THE EVACUATION OF INTERNEES FROM THE TOWN, AND LATER BOMBARDED THE COAST IN SUPPORT OF THE ARMY.

ROYAL NAVY IN ACTION AT SURABAYA. 16 NOVEMBER 1945, SURABAYA. HM SHIPS CAESAR, CAVALIER, AND CARRON, THREE DESTROYERS OF THE 6TH FLOTILLA, HAVE BEEN OPERATING OFF SURABAYA, JAVA, SINCE 1 NOVEMBER. AT FIRST THEY TOOK PART IN THE EVACUATION OF INTERNEES FROM THE TOWN, AND LATER BOMBARDED THE COAST IN SUPPORT OF THE ARMY.

ROYAL NAVY IN ACTION AT SURABAYA. 16 NOVEMBER 1945, SURABAYA. HM SHIPS CAESAR, CAVALIER, AND CARRON, THREE DESTROYERS OF THE 6TH FLOTILLA, HAVE BEEN OPERATING OFF SURABAYA, JAVA, SINCE 1 NOVEMBER. AT FIRST THEY TOOK PART IN THE EVACUATION OF INTERNEES FROM THE TOWN, AND LATER BOMBARDED THE COAST IN SUPPORT OF THE ARMY.

THE BRITISH OCCUPATION OF JAVA

THE BRITISH OCCUPATION OF JAVA

SURABAYA PATROL BY 17TH DOGRAS [Allocated Title]

SURABAYA PATROL BY 17TH DOGRAS [Allocated Title]

BRITISH OCCUPATION JAVA (SE 6812)

BRITISH OCCUPATION JAVA (SE 6812)

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THE BRITISH OCCUPATION OF JAVA. Gunners of the 24th Indian Mountain Battery (5th Indian Division) work quickly to reload their 3.7 inch gun to lay down sustained fire on an Indonesian mortar position that had been firing onto British positions around the town of Grissee, some ten miles out of Surabaya.

THE BRITISH OCCUPATION OF JAVA. Gunners of the 24th Indian Mountain Battery (5th Indian Division) work quickly to reload their 3.7 inch gun to lay down sustained fire on an Indonesian mortar position that had been firing onto British positions around the town of Grissee, some ten miles out of Surabaya.

THE BRITISH OCCUPATION OF JAVA. A 3.7 inch gun of the 24th Indian Mountain Battery (5th Indian Division) opens fire on an Indonesian mortar position that had been firing onto British positions around the town of Grissee, some ten miles out of Surabaya.

THE BRITISH OCCUPATION OF JAVA. A 3.7 inch gun of the 24th Indian Mountain Battery (5th Indian Division) opens fire on an Indonesian mortar position that had been firing onto British positions around the town of Grissee, some ten miles out of Surabaya.

THE BRITISH OCCUPATION OF JAVA

THE BRITISH OCCUPATION OF JAVA

THE BRITISH OCCUPATION OF JAVA. A 25 pounder field gun of the Berkshire Yeomanry prepares to open fire near Surabaya (Soerabaja). Here the Berkshires provided artillery support to Indian infantry holding the perimeter line around the town.

THE BRITISH OCCUPATION OF JAVA. A 25 pounder field gun of the Berkshire Yeomanry prepares to open fire near Surabaya (Soerabaja). Here the Berkshires provided artillery support to Indian infantry holding the perimeter line around the town.

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