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Thus, the RNVR principle can be applied even in incomplete insurance markets to value various insurance contracts.
For Lt Colin Mason RNVR it was the second day after D-Day that was to produce the most incident.
He had to give up service in his beloved RNVR, in which, by this time, he was a Lieutenant Commander.
A tragic story certainly, but also a good photograph of a member of the flying branch of the RNVR.
Answering an advertisement in the London Times he joined the RNVR.
It would also be a suitable salute to all the RN, RNR and RNVR personnel from Glasgow and surrounding areas who served in the Royal Navy.
Woolley, RNVR "for great courage and resource in the removal of a parachute mine from the premises of Gillman & Spencer, Rotherhythe, on 17th October 1940".
Early in 1940, as a Sub-Lieutenant RNVR, only twenty years old, being virtually bilingual in French, I was appointed to the small British Naval Intelligence liaison team at Darlan's headquarters at Maintenon, close to Paris.
Among those who died were pilots Frederick Rogers, Alfred Knowler, Albert Ankers and Norman Climo, and RNVR Lieutenant Charles Barnard.
May I point out that Keith Cyril Lanman is in fact recorded on the War Memorial at Barmouth as Keith Lanman Laweienny Lodge RNVR.
It is the RNVR (Tyne Division) depot ship, HMS Satellite, being moved from the north side of the Tyne to a new berth in South Shields in February, 1937, by the tug the Great Emperor.
During World War II he served as a lieutenant in the RNVR after education at Cowbridge Grammar School and the University of South Wales and Monmouthshire, Cardiff.
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