HMAS Protector (I) (HMCS) | Royal Australian Navy

HMAS Protector (I) (HMCS) | Royal Australian Navy

The gunboat Childers exercising with Protector and Countess of Hopetoun in Port Phillip Bay c.1905 (Artwork by Phil Belbin)

The gunboat Childers exercising with Protector and Countess of Hopetoun in Port Phillip Bay (Artwork by Phil Belbin)

Chief Gunner Edwin Argent with Protector's gunners. The crew of Protector received the China War Medal 1900 in recognition of their service. The reverse of the medal is depicted in this image.

Chief Gunner Edwin Argent with Protector's gunners. The crew of Protector received the China War Medal 1900 in recognition of their service. The reverse of the medal is depicted in this image.

Left: Gun drill onboard Protector. Right: Able Seaman Walter Taylor served in Protector throughout the deployment to China (AWM09521.002)

Right: Able Seaman Walter Taylor served in Protector throughout the deployment to China

Officers of HMCS Protector, 14 September 1897, in front of one of the ship's 6-inch guns. Standing from left: Warrant Officer James White, Chief Gunner Edwin Argent, Lieutenant Patrick Weir; Seated: Chief Engineer William Clarkson, Captain William Creswell and Lieutenant Marshall Smith.

Officers of HMCS Protector, 14 September 1897, in front of one of the ship's 6-inch guns. Standing from left: Warrant Officer James White, Chief Gunner Edwin Argent, Lieutenant Patrick Weir; Seated: Chief Engineer William Clarkson, Captain William Creswell and Lieutenant Marshall Smith.

Protector's first commanding officer, Captain JCP Walcott, RN and Protector's ceremonial ship's bell.

Protector's first commanding officer, Captain JCP Walcott, RN and Protector's ceremonial ship's bell.

Protector nearing completion on the slipway.

Protector nearing completion on the slipway.

Protector in the final stages of construction.

Protector in the final stages of construction.

HMCS Protector (1901)

HMCS Protector (1901)


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