From Gallipoli to Russia, Monitor-class to minelayer, discover the unbelievable story of one of the last surviving British First World War ships still in existence.
Originally built in 1915 under the express orders of Winston Churchill, at that point First Lord of the Admiralty, HMS M.33 is the sole British survivor of the Dardanelles Campaign (1915-1916). Painstakingly restored after a jaw-dropping 70 years in active service, M.33 lives on as testament to Gallipoli and of perseverance against all odds.
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