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History of the ship as HMS Vengeance with the Royal Navy

1944-1956

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History of the ship as HMAS Vengeance with the Royal Australian Navy

1952-1955

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Related History Items

HMS Vengeance Association reunion, Novatel, Nottingham, April 2002
Further details can be obtained, by contacting: The Secretary, Derek (Lew) Lewis at: ourouse@vengeance100.freeserve.co.uk 

See also the Association web page

Colossus-class Light Fleet Carrier 

Vengeance was a light fleet aircraft carrier of the Royal Navy's Colossus Class. She was built by Swan Hunter, launched on 16th November, 1942, and commissioned 14th January, 1945. 

Click below to view summaries of the illustrious career of this veteran ship in each of these Navies.

Royal Navy 1944-1956 - HMS Vengeance


 

Royal Australian Navy 1952-1955 - HMAS Vengeance

Brazilian Navy 1960-2001- NAeL Minas Gerais

Many thanks to the Vengeance information from Ron Davis author of the HMS Vengeance with 1850 and 812 Squadrons website

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