[Ribbon, presumably from uniform cap] H.M.S. Galatea Hms. Galatea April 11th 1941 to June 20th 1941. Galatea [Photograph, possibly cut from a magazine, of a warship] 77
HMS. Drake. June 20th 1941 to July 14th 1941
S 247a (Established June 1933, Revised Aug. 1934) H.M.S. Galatea. Surname Miroy Christian name(s) Neville Rating ORD G. or T. T Part 2nd Part of Ship F[x?] Mess 3[7?] Religion C/E T.9343. Wt.3787.33,000.8/37. T.D.[illegible].R. H.M.S. Galatea visited Seydis Fjord April 15th 1941. 1000-1800 [photograph of a village surrounding a bay. The inscription is written in a Scandinavian font] Baerinn, fra austri. - the town, from east. - Die Stadt, von Ost. - Byen, fra Ost. Seydisfjordur. The fjord Seydisfjordur. cuts into the east coast of Iceland, first towards WNW and then WSW. On the southern shore is the Dalatangi lighthouse with a fog-horn, and on the north side of the Glettinganes lighthouse. at the entrance into the fjord is a leading light at Brimnes. The fairway is exceptionally clean, deep even close up to the shores and without any rocks or reefs
The Port. The Port of Seydisfjordur is situated on 65 degrees 15.7 northern latitude and about 14 degrees western longitude. it is one of the finest Harbors in Iceland, surrounded by lofty mountains (1005 to 1200 meters). The bottom
[photograph of a village surrounding a bay. The inscription is written in a Scandinavian font. This appears to be a view from the other side of the village] Hofnin. -- The Port. -- Der Hafen. -- Havnen.