crossing the line certificate and operation hurricane

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  1. Hello, can anyone out there please help?!
    My dad was on board HMS Campania d48 and was part of Operation Hurricane in 1952. (only a small part-he watched).
    I know he had several certificates that my gran had on her wall, but they have since been misplaced.
    Please could anyone tell me if i can get copies.
    He had a crossing the line certificate and a big document with a picture of the atomic mushroom cloud on it too ( i think it was signed by the king).
    The crossing the line certificate is quite specific as ive seen some and they arnt the same as the one i remember.
    Thank you for your help.
    c x
  2. Most crossing-the-line certificates that I've received were locally manufactured on the ship, so getting a copy might be quite difficult.

  3. tiddlyoggy

    tiddlyoggy War Hero Book Reviewer

    Yup, same here.
  4. Ohh! I so want to get him a replacement!
    Is there not anyone outthere who was on the same ship or anything.
    (i am a daddy's girl, and so i am used to getting my way!)
    I really know hed love this, instead of the usual chocs and t-shirts he gets for his birthday.
    c x
  5. Hope I am not too late with this but my Dad was also on HMS Campania with Operation Hurricane and I have a copy of the 'crossing the line certificate' I could e-mail you a scan if thats any good.
  6. Yes Please!!!
  7. I have sent you an email with my email address on it.
    my day has been made!!
  8. You said you've sent me an e-mail. I've looked and ther eis no e-mail
  9. Its OK I've found your e-mail address and sent you a copy
  10. Sorry about this but the e-mail has just come back. Are you sure your address is correct
  11. Thank you for everyones help, especially Shunter, i am now framing it up, and i will even do him a fathers day mug.
    How great are the internets!

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