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Apr 19, 2021

[Answer] 1. Molly Brown had nothing on this cat who served as mascot for the British Royal Navy during WWII. What was his name?

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...1. The Unquenchable Thirst 2. The Unmitigated Gaul 3. The Unbeatable Barney 4. The Unsinkable Sam Sam was, in his day, the most famous mascot of the Royal Navy. He was first found clinging to a plank from the sunken German battleship Bismarck, and taken aboard the British HMS Cossack, which later suffered the same fate, and Sam was again rescued. Later, while serving on the HMS Ark Royal, the same scenario played out and Sam was rescued for the third time, earning him the 'unsinkable' title. He was a well loved member of the crew and brought cheer to all. Sam eventually retired to a home in Belfast with a sailor buddy.




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The Unsinkable Sam:


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