jason spurr wrote:Yes, lets assume i am right...... . Yes the Bismarck would have seen the Victorious on one side and the Battleships on the other. Some survivors said they felt like the British had them surrounded and they were being attacked from all sides.
Was the Victorious in range of Bismarck's guns. She might have been!
..... i have had this photo tested and it was concluded that the flash on the horizon was caused from a bright light, like the flash from a big gun
. There was no battleships firing at the Bismarck on the 24Th. So with all respect Tommy if you believe it was taken out of a plane on the 24Th, I'm afraid you are wrong..
The two aerial photographs of the Tirpitz are not of her showing artificial smoke but are of two hits that were inflicted by aircraft off the Victorious during operation Tungsten.....The fact of the matter is that there is a photo here that states a Victorious torpedo hit Bismarck..
When was it taken??
What caused the flash on the horizon??
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