HMS Audacious in rough weather

HMS Audacious
A picture showing the super-dreadnought HMS Audacious in rough weather. This is the result of sailing across the weather (a beam sea), with the waves hitting the side of the ship, and shows large parts of the deck submerged. This picture was published in the 9 December 1914 edition of the Illustrated War News, more than a month after the ship was actually sunk.
How to cite this article: Rickard, J (24 September 2007), HMS Audacious in rough weather, http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_HMSAudacious1.html

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