After the Malta operation in 1942, the Cairo was sunk by British destroyers
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|Caption||The Sinking of… The Ships That Died to Save Malta. After the Malta operation in 1942, the Cairo was sunk by British destroyers as she was too badly damaged to be saved. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 717 (11 October 1975).|
|Creator||John S Smith, English (20th century)|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|Malta fleet ships boats Mediterranean Ocean Cairo damaged sinking lifeboats British destroyer operation sunk destroyers John S Smith|
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