Photographs and postcards of “HMS KIMBERLEY” and Commander H J P Crousaz, DSC, RN.

6 Photographs of HMS KIMBERLEY and Commander Herbert James Percy Crousaz, DSC, RN. The photographs include close-ups of the damaged vessel, as well as an image of Cdr Crousaz outside Buckingham Palace. Also included is a certificate awarded to Crousaz, 11 November, 1941 and two blank postcard featuring the captured German mine laying submarine UC5, July 1916

Administrative / biographical background
Cdr Herbert James Percy Crousaz, DSC, RN, served on board HMS KIMBERLEY, which was torpedoed in the Mediterranean in 1942. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his efforts in containing the subsequent fire and in keeping the ship afloat.

Record Details

Item reference: ADL/Z/37; X2001.053
Catalogue Section: Manuscript documents acquired singly by the Museum
Level: FILE
Date made: 1941-11-11 - 1942
Creator: Crousaz, Herbert James Percy
Credit: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London

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