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TRISTAN DA CUNHA, in the South Atlantic, the world's loneliest island, is revealed by the Admiralty to-day as the Royal Navy's strangest " stone figure." Commissioned 18 months ago as H.M.S. Atlantic, the islafrd is now an important meteorological find rr.dio s'a'.ion. A naval party was first sent there in Apr«l, 1542.

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TRISTAN DA CUNHA, in the South Atlantic, the world's loneliest island, is revealed by the Admiralty to-day as the Royal Navy's strangest " stone figure." Commissioned 18 months ago as H.M.S. Atlantic, the islafrd is now an important meteorological find rr.dio s'a'.ion. A naval party was first sent there in Apr«l, 1542., Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 178, 30 July 1945

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TRISTAN DA CUNHA, in the South Atlantic, the world's loneliest island, is revealed by the Admiralty to-day as the Royal Navy's strangest " stone figure." Commissioned 18 months ago as H.M.S. Atlantic, the islafrd is now an important meteorological find rr.dio s'a'.ion. A naval party was first sent there in Apr«l, 1542. Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 178, 30 July 1945

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