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WELCOME - HISTORY - LINKS

Much has been written about H.M.S. Ganges.
Please follow the links for a look at the history.

If you right click the links and select open in a new tab you will be able to return to this page by switching tabs.

https://www.hmsgangesmuseum.com/History.php
https://www.hmsgangesassoc.org/cmspages/browse/category/9
If you would like to join the HMS Ganges Association click this link https://www.hmsgangesassoc.org/cmspage/5/the-association if you just want to know more about the Association click the link and then select the home page.

For details of the1988/89 mast refit and how it was funded http://www.sloproom.co.uk/history.htm

One of the most comprehensive Ganges Information sites on the net. http://www.godfreydykes.info/This%20page%20and%20its%20constituent%20parts%20is%20intended%20for.html
and this one to the web site home page http://www.godfreydykes.info/HOME_PAGE.html
and http://www.godfreydykes.info/POST_ARCHIVING_REPUBLISH_HMS_GANGES_PRIVATE_%20SECTION.html

Small Snippets - This page contains links to the many small 'Snippets' that have been transferred from Godfrey (Jeff) Dykes website.
https://www.commsmuseum.co.uk/gangessnips.htm

To see photos taken of the old place in 2015 visit https://pbase.com/jim_w/gangesjune2015

DRAKE 320/321 Classes HMS GANGES, 1968 http://www.pinewoodhill.co.uk/hms-ganges-drake-1968/

To see the great collection of photos belonging to Douglas Carr who was a Boy at Ganges 1951/52 and finished his RN time as a P.O. Telegraphist go to http://navydays.me.uk/Welcome.html

H.M.S. GANGES TO TERROR - http://www.hmsgangestoterror.org/

David Axfords HMS Ganges Scrapbook http://www.axfordsabode.org.uk

Probably the biggest collection of maritime items in a private museum can be found at http://marshlandmaritimemuseum.com/index.html

HARWICH AND DOVERCORT (MOSTLY GANGES) http://harwichanddovercourt.com/hms-ganges.html

RECOLLECTIONS OF AN HMS GANGES TRAINED BOY TELEGRAPHIST, JOHN EIBECK (1949) https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/37954570/naval-communications-1947-to-1988-godfreydykesinfo

GANGES AT MYLOR https://mylorhistory.org.uk/hms-ganges/

THE WARTIME MEMORIES PROJECT https://wartimememoriesproject.com/ww2/ships/ship.php?pid=4012
Ganges History
Ganges History