Talk:HMS Philomel (1890)
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This appears in para 1 of the 'Depot and training ship section: "...probably the Navy’s oldest fighting ship. Hall-Thompson advised that she had reached the end of her useful life..."
Who is, or was, 'Hall-Thompson'? I'm guessing he was something to do with the navy (an Admiral?) As can be seen above, this name suddenly jumps off the page without introduction or explanation.
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