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    The KEW responded with a page check that produced an index of eight pages for ADM 239-76 ( October 1945 - Particulars... ). That index contains names of hundreds of major warships. I will convert that data and tally up the total number. I still have NO clue as to what this file actually looks like. So, another 8.40 Pounds is sent off to gain page checks of two individual warships. Then, they will want more money to get those pages copied and sent to me. Bureaucracy at its best ! Still, it is forward progress...

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    At first glance, this " particulars " index contains some 2,400 ( warship ? ) vessel names...

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    Playing a critical role in the defense of the home waters were the minor war vessels. Corrected to December 10, 1944 by type of service and location, the RED LIST of an estimated 5,192 craft is seen in GREEN FILE 30A in my website ( 96 pages ). Searchable or by using the index, these anti-submarine, barges, boats, drifters, fishing vessels, gunboats, launches, lighters, minesweepers, torpedo boats and trawlers are truly “ LITTLE GIANTS “ and recognized. Respecting Brian Probetts' bandwidth on this website, I will not post a direct link. You, will need to search and locate this file on: Mercantile Convoy CU 49 of 1944 by Mark C. Keever...

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