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13,190 Long Tons
695' x 630' x 80'
6 x 4 QF 2 pounder guns
32 × 20 mm cannon
On September 6, 1945 entered Simpson Harbor off Rabaul to accept the surrender of all remaining Japanese Forces in New Guinea, New Britain and the Solomon Islands. The ceremony took place aboard HMS Glory (R62). Representing the Japanese was Japanese Army (IJA) General H. Imamura, Commander 8th Army Area and Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) Admiral J. Kusaka, Commander South East Area Fleet.
During 1947, returned to the United Kingdom and was placed in reserve. In November 1949, the ship was taken out of reserve and returned to service during December 1950.
During 1954, converted to a ferry vessel, troop carrier and helicopter ship. In 1956 placed in reserve. Finally in 1961 sold in Inverkeithing, Scotland and cut up for scrap afterwards.
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