Fifty-three Ships against One!

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Fifty-three Ships against One! They were the odds faced by the gallant Sir Richard Grenville. Grenville grasped the jagged stump of the mizzen-mast and dragged himself to his feet. And there he stood half-conscious in the sight of his warriors – the symbol of their heroism. Original artwork for illustration on pp10–11 of Ranger issue of 2 October 1965.

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