More info on Hospital Ships of WW2---mainly US. In 1942, mental and litter patients only travelled on British or Canadian Hospital Ships, as the United States had no such vessels at their disposal. Ambulatory patients to be returned to the ZI, and who could care for themselves, crossed the Atlantic on returning American Troopships OR British fast liners such as the 'Queen Mary'or the 'Queen Elizabeth'! Above was quoted from the following website. http://www.med-dept.com/hosp_ships.php Another link to the same website with names of US Hospital Ships:
The name of the British ship is Leopard
A prison ship (also called a prison hulk) was very popular with the british and it contained all the prisoners captured during war. A hospital ship was a place for medical treatment during war and was used in war zones.
The battle of Hangar Wood started because of the Germans sinking a british hospital ship.
It is His/Her Majesty's Hospital Ship.
a british ship called Lusitania
It was a British ship.
British passenger liner Lusitania was the ship name.
Lusitania was the name of the sunken ship.
Yes the Dartmouth ship was British
Although it was British, it was built in Ireland and many people regarded it as an Irish ship instead of British
SHIP The Camel has been called this as it was the only animal that could carry freight and cross the desert.
A hospital ship
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No, it was a British ship.
AnswerIf by "British flag" you mean the Union Flag (called the Union Jack when flown on a ship), the flag of the United Kingdom they are a combined version of the cross of St George, the cross of St Andrew and the cross of St Patrick.However before 1801, when the United Kingdom was formed, there was a version with just the English St George Cross and the Scottish St Andrew Cross. This could be said to be the British Flag.The red cross on the top represents the Cross of Saint George.The white cross on the bottom is the Cross of Saint Andrew.The red cross in the middle is the Cross of Saint Patrick.
Well, in one famous battle in one of many wars, John Paul Jones defeated a ship of the British navy. When asked to surrender his sinking ship, he famously replied, "I have not yet begun to fight". Then his crew boarded the British ship and captured it.
His flags name was Columbus Flag!!:) It has an F, a cross and a Y on it.!:)
The cross of St. George; a red cross on a white ground This is the traditional English flag. This is the Union flag the British flag. Only known as the Union jack when on a ship.