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QuoteCrew of HMS Ebro.Convoy Signalmen, Fourth American Convoy, HMS Ebro, March - April 1918, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.I don't think I've ever seen so many people trying to look cool whilst wearing jauntily angled hats!Also, a postcard depicting Ebro (not something you get every day!):Greetings to you all. The picture of the Signalers on Ebro includes the image of my Uncle Lewis Tom Eavis. He is sat at the front holding the two flags with a cigarette in his mouth. He also served on HMS Sapphire during the Gallipoli Campaign. Apparently the reason for the dress code was the ship was at Rio, hence the boaters and uniforms. My Uncles war record for your information:
Crew of HMS Ebro.Convoy Signalmen, Fourth American Convoy, HMS Ebro, March - April 1918, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.