Trevylyan Michael Napier DSC, RN

Born  21 Jun 1901
Died  30 Aug 1940(39)Died off illness


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Ranks

15 Sep 1920 A/S.Lt.
15 May 1921 S.Lt.
15 Oct 1922 Lt.
15 Oct 1930 Lt.Cdr.
30 Jun 1935 Cdr.

Decorations

27 Aug 1940 DSC

Warship Commands listed for Trevylyan Michael Napier, RN


ShipRankTypeFromTo
HMS Jackal (F 22)Cdr.Destroyer14 Mar 193927 Aug 1940

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Events related to this officer

Destroyer HMS Jackal (F 22)


3 Sep 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) apparently detached from the force she was operating with to escort the pilot vessel / tender Reculver (682 GRT, built 1934). (1)

4 Sep 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) arrived at Grimsby from escort duty. (2)

15 Sep 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)

Convoy OA 5.

This convoy departed Southend on 15 September 1939 and was dispersed on 18 September 1939.

[The composition of the convoy is currently not known to us.]

The convoy was escorted by the British destroyers HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN), HMS Janus (Lt.Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, RN) and the Polish Grom (Lt.Cdr. A. Hulewicz).

The convoy was dispersed shortly before midnight during the night of 18/19 September.

HMS Janus returned to Plymouth on 18 September, ORP Grom on 19 September and HMS Jackal on 20 September.

21 Sep 1939

Convoy OA 8.

This convoy departed Southend on 21 September 1939 and was dispersed on 24 September 1939 though quite a number of ships had to proceed to ports on the east coast of the U.K.

On departure the convoy was made up of the following ships; Alexander Kennedy (British, 1313 GRT, built 1932), Angularity (British, 501 GRT, built 1934), Barrwhin (British, 4998 GRT, built 1929), Betswood (British, 1051 GRT, built 1936), Bovey Tracey (British, 1212 GRT, built 1930), Brockley Combe (British, 662 GRT, built 1938), Cerinthus (British, 3878 GRT, built 1930), Cordelia (British, 8190 GRT, built 1932), Fenja (British, 847 GRT, built 1924), Galway Coast (British, 1431 GRT, built 1915), Gem (British, 640 GRT, built 1924), Grangetoft (British, 975 GRT, built 1920), Gripfast (British, 1109 GRT, built 1910), Highwear (British, 1173 GRT, built 1936), Hoperidge (British, 5222 GRT, built 1939), Imperial Transport (British, 8022 GRT, built 1931), Minnie de Larrinaga (British, 5049 GRT, built 1914), Norfolk Coast (British, 646 GRT, built 1937), Pulborough (British, 960 GRT, built 1933), Robert F. Hand (British (tanker), 12197 GRT, built 1933), The President (British, 926 GRT, built 1936), Umona (British, 3767 GRT, built 1910) and Welsh Rose (British, 581 GRT, built 1922).

The convoy was escorted by the British destroyer HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and the Polish Grom (Lt.Cdr. A. Hulewicz).

The British destroyer HMS Janus (Lt.Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, RN) joined on 22 September relieving ORP Grom.

They remained with the convoy until the evening of the 24th of September when the convoy was dispersed.

HMS Jackal and HMS Janus returned to Plymouth in the afternoon of the 25th.

30 Sep 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Janus (Lt.Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, RN) departed Plymouth shortly after noon to join convoy OA 13 coming from Southend the following day.

[See the event ' convoy OA 13 ' for 1 October 1939 for more info.] (2)

1 Oct 1939

Convoy OA 13.

This convoy departed Southend on 1 October 1939 and was dispersed on 4 October 1939 though some of ships had to proceed to ports on the east coast of the U.K.

On departure the convoy was made up of the following ships; Athelviscount (British (tanker), 8882 GRT, built 1929), Balmoralwood (British, 5834 GRT, built 1937), Bodnant (British, 5342 GRT, built 1919), Boma (British, 5408 GRT, built 1920), Brittanic II (British, 2490 GRT, built 1918), Gloxinia (British, 3336 GRT, built 1920), Gold Shell (British (tanker), 8208 GRT, built 1931), Helenus (British, 7366 GRT, built 1913), Llanstephan Castle (British, 11348 GRT, built 1914), Merchant Prince (British, 5229 GRT, built 1939), Rajahstan (British, 6391 GRT, built 1929) and Virgilia (British (tanker), 5723 GRT, built 1927).

The convoy was escored by the destroyers HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN), HMS Janus (Lt.Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, RN) until it was dispersed.

The following morning the destroyers joined an U.K. bound convoy.

8 Oct 1939
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN), HMS Janus (Lt.Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, RN) arrived at Grimsby after convoy escort duty. After fuelling and taking on board provisions and depth charges they departed again for operations. (3)

16 Oct 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
In the late afternoon HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Janus (Lt.Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, RN) conducted an A/S patrol inside Scapa Flow. (2)

18 Oct 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
In the evening HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) conducted an A/S patrol at Scapa Flow. (3)

24 Oct 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed Scapa Flow for an A/S patrol between the Orkney and Shetland Islands. She returned to Scapa Flow in the early hours of the 26th together with HMS Janus (Lt.Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, RN) which had already been on patrol since 23 October. (3)

26 Oct 1939
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Janus (Lt.Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, RN) departed Scapa Flow in the afternoon to proceed to the Humber. (4)

27 Oct 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
In the afternoon, HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Janus (Lt.Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, RN), arrived in the Humber from Scapa Flow (4)

31 Oct 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Calcutta (Capt. H.A. Packer, RN) and HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed Grimsby for east coast convoy duty. They returned later the same day. (5)

3 Nov 1939
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed the Humber for east coast convoy duty. She returned (to Hull) on the 5th and commenced a refit there on the 7th at the Amos & Smith shipyard. (6)

9 Nov 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
During her refit HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) is docked at Hull. (6)

22 Nov 1939
During her refit at Hull HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) is undocked. After ammunitioning ship she proceeded to Immingham. (6)

27 Nov 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Janus (Lt.Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, RN) departed the Humber around 1515/27 for a night patrol.

They returned around 0945/28. (7)

4 Dec 1939
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Janus (Lt.Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, RN) departed Immingham for convoy escort support duty (with convoy FN 48, Southend - Methil).

At 1014 hours, one of the merchant vessels in the convoy Horsted (British, 1670 GRT, built 1936) hit a mine and sank. Five of her crew were killed. The survivors were picked up by HMS Jackal.

HMS Jackal and HMS Janus parted company with the convoy in the evening and then proceeded on the Outer Dowsing patrol during the night and returned to the Humber around 1000/5. (8)

11 Dec 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) shifted from Immingham to Hull where she was immediately docked for repairs. (8)

19 Dec 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) is undocked at Hull after which she immediately shifted to Immingham. (8)

20 Dec 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed Immingham in the afternoon, presumably for patrol. She returned very late in the evening. (8)

21 Dec 1939
Around 1545/21, HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN), departed Immingham, for a night patrol. She returned to Immingham around 0800/22. (8)

23 Dec 1939
Around 1530/23, HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN), departed Immingham, for a night patrol. She returned to Immingham around 0800/24. (8)

25 Dec 1939 (position 0.00, 0.00)
Around 1545/25, HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN), departed Immingham, for a night patrol. She returned to Immingham around 0800/26. (8)

11 Jan 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Juno (Cdr. W.E. Wilson, RN) departed Immingham for patrol.

HMS Juno returned to Immingham with defects the following day and she was substituted with HMS Javelin (Cdr. A.F. Pugsley, RN).

HMS Jackal returned to Immingham in the morning of the 13th while HMS Javelin remained out on patrol. She was joined by HMS Jaguar (Lt.Cdr. J.F.W. Hine, RN) in the afternoon. (9)

13 Jan 1940
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed Immingham in the late evening for Harwich. (10)

2 Feb 1940
HMS Escapade (Cdr. H.R. Graham, RN) and HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed Rosyth for east coast convoy escort duty (with convoy's MT 2 and MT 3). After this escort duty they returned to Rosyth on 4 February. (11)

14 Feb 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
Around 0445 hours HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed Immingham to join HMS Janus (Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, RN) at sea. They joined up at 0700 hours but shortly afterwards they were ordered to proceed to Immingham where they arrived around 1000 hours. (11)

15 Feb 1940
HMS Jervis (Capt. P.J. Mack, RN) and HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) shifted from the Humber to Rosyth and the Tyne respectively. (12)

15 Feb 1940
Late in the evening HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed the Tyne to reinforce the escort of convoy FS 97 (Tyne-Southend) which was made up of the destroyer HMS Vivien (Lt.Cdr. W.D.G. Weir, RN) and the sloop HMS Pelican (Cdr. L.A.K. Boswell, DSO, RN). The convoy had departed the Tyne also on the 15th.

The convoy arrived at Southend on the 17th.

HMS Jackal had bee detached earlier and arrived at Immingham very late on the 16th. (12)

19 Feb 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed Immingham for Rosyth. En-route she provided additional protection for a northbound east coast convoy. She arrived at Rosyth the following day. (12)

22 Feb 1940
HMS Jervis (Capt. P.J. Mack, RN) and HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) conducted exercises in the Firth of Forth. (11)

23 Feb 1940
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) conducted exercises in the Firth of Forth and also conducted an A/S sweep in the area.

After having returned to port in the late afternoon she departed again later in the evening to provide additional escort to an east coast convoy. She returned to Rosyth in the evening of the 24th. (12)

26 Feb 1940
Convoy MT 18 proceeded from Methil Roads to the Tyne. It was being escorted by the sloop HMS Flamingo (Cdr. J.H. Huntley, RN) and the AA destroyer HMS Wallace (Lt. E.A.S. Bailey, RN, RN). The escort was reinforced by the destroyer HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN). (12)

27 Feb 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Janus (Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, RN) departed the Tyne for a night patrol but both with different orders. HMS Jackal however collided with the Swedish steamer merchant vessel Storfos (545 GRT, built 1918) late in the evening. The Swedish ship was at fault and unfortunately sank as a result of the collision. HMS Jackal picked up the crew but was also damaged herself. HMS Janus came to her aid and both destroyers returned to the Tyne the following morning. (12)

1 Mar 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) shifted from Newcastle-on-Tyne to Blyth where she was taken in hand for repairs. (13)

18 Apr 1940
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) arrived at Scapa Flow at 0800 hours having departed Blyth after having completed repairs the previous day. (14)

18 Apr 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
At 1400 hours HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Hesperus (Lt.Cdr. D.G.F.W. MacIntyre, RN) departed Scapa Flow for Aberdeen where they arrived the next morning. (14)

19 Apr 1940
At 0430/19, HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Hesperus (Lt.Cdr. D.G.F.W. MacIntyre, RN), departed Aberdeen escorting the transports St. Sunniva (1368 GRT, built 1931) and St. Magnus (1312 GRT, built 1924) which were to proceed to Aandalsnes loaded with troops.

At sea they were joined by the transport Cedarbank (British, 5159 GRT, built 1924) which was being escorted by HMS Javelin (Cdr. A.F. Pugsley, RN) which had departed Scapa Flow at 1100/19. After they joined HMS Hesperus parted company and proceeded to Scapa Flow.

The convoy arrived at Aandalsnes in the evening of the 21st. By that time they had been joined by the AA cruiser HMS Cairo (Capt. P.V. McLaughlin, RN) for extra protection against enemy air attacks. However Cedarbank had been sunk by the German submarine U-26 in the morning before she could disembark her stores. (14)

22 Apr 1940
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) is damaged by bomb spliters during an enemy air attack. Damage was minor with the most damage done to the ships main radio antenna.

Jackal departed Aandalsnes this day to escort the St. Sunniva (1368 GRT, built 1931) to Kirkwall but the was later ordered to join the damaged sloop HMS Pelican (Cdr. L.A.K. Boswell, DSO, RN).

HMS Pelican, which was en-route to Molde had been attacked and heavily damaged by German aircraft. HMS Jackal took off injured crew members and soldiers from HMS Pelican. Soldiers which had been on board HMS Pelican were taken on board the St. Sunniva which was then escorted to Molde by the destroyer HMS Somali (Capt. R.S.G. Nicholson, DSO, DSC, RN) after which she returned.

HMS Pelican was also joined by the sloop HMS Fleetwood (Cdr. A.N. Grey, RN) which took her in tow. Escort was provided by the destroyers HMS Jackal, HMS Somali and HMS Tartar (Cdr. L.P. Skipwith, RN).

HMS Pelican arrived at Lerwick at 1000/24 now being towed by the tug St. Mellons and escorted by HMS Jackal, HMS Tartar and HMS Fleetwood. HMS Somali had been detached earlier to proceed direct to Scapa Flow. (14)

24 Apr 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
At 1500 hours, HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Tartar (Cdr. L.P. Skipwith, RN), arrived at Scapa Flow from Lerwick. (14)

27 Apr 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) conducted gunnery exercises at Scapa Flow after whichshe departed to make rendez-vous at sea with the light cruiser HMS Arethusa (Capt. Q.D. Graham, RN) which she joined around 1830 hours. They then both arrived at Scapa Flow the following day. (14)

28 Apr 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Glasgow (Capt. F.H. Pegram, RN) departed Scapa Flow at 2030/28 for Molde. She was escorted by the destroyers HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Javelin (Cdr. A.F. Pugsley, RN).

They arrived at Molde at 2130/29 where they were to take aboard the King of Norway, his government, almost 800 cases of gold. The passenger and gold were to be taken to Tromso. In addition, 117 survivors from several sunken British A/S trawlers were embarked for transport back to the U.K. (14)

1 May 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Glasgow (Capt. F.H. Pegram, RN), HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Javelin (Cdr. A.F. Pugsley, RN) arrived in the Malangen Fjord near Tromso early in the evening. (15)

2 May 1940
At 0115/2, HMS Glasgow (Capt. F.H. Pegram, RN), HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Javelin (Cdr. A.F. Pugsley, RN), departed the Malangen Fjord near Tromso for Greenock.

At 1735/2, HMS Jackal was detached to Sullom Voe where she was to fuel and make repairs to her Asdic installation.

She rejoined HMS Glasgow and HMS Javelin at 1530/3.

They arrived at Greenock around 1700/4. (15)

6 May 1940

Convoy NS 2.

This convoy departed Greenock on 6 May 1940 and arrived in the Narvik area on 11 May 1940.

The convoy was made up of the following ships; Balzac (British, 5372 GRT, built 1920), Calumet (British, 7268 GRT, built 1923), Coxwold (British, 1124 GRT, built 1938) and Mashroba (British, 8324 GRT, built 1920).

Escort was provided by the British destroyers HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Javelin (Cdr. A.F. Pugsley, RN) and the French destroyers Boulonnais (Capitaine de Corvette (Lt.Cdr.) J.C.F. Champion) and Brestois (Capitaine de Fregate (Cdr.) J.L.C. Kraft).

In the early hours of the 7th the transports Balzac and Coxwold ran aground south of Neist Light in the Little Minch. The Balzac was escorted by destroyer Brestois to Stornoway, arriving at 1330/7. Brestois then proceeded to Scapa Flow.

Coxwold proceeded to Scapa Flow escorted by Boulonnais and later also by Brestois. They arrived at 0630/8th, having being delayed by thick fog in the Pentland Firth.

At 0500/7 the transport Meta (British, 1578 GRT, built 1931) departed Scapa Flow to join the convoy at 1500/7. She was escorted by the destroyers HMS Witherington (Lt.Cdr. J.B. Palmer, RN) and HMS Wolverine (Cdr. R.H. Craske, RN).

On joining the convoy HMS Witherington was sent to Stornoway to provide A/S protection for the damaged transport Balzac. HMS Witherington arrived at Scapa Flow at 1300/9.

The important fuel stores shipped in the transport Coxwold were embarked on the British transport Ulster Monarch British, 3791 GRT, built 1929) which departed Scapa Flow at 2130/10 for Narvik. She was not escorted.

When the convoy arrived in the Narvik area HMS Jackal and HMS Javelin were ordered to return to Scapa Flow immediately. They departed the Narvik area for Scapa Flow at 0700/11. (14)

11 May 1940
Having departed the Narvik area at 0700/11 for Scapa Flow, the British destroyers HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Javelin (Cdr. A.F. Pugsley, RN) were ordered to go to the assistance of British troops which were at Mosjoen and were cut off German troops.

The troops embarked on a Norwegian coastal steamer and headed down Vefsenfjord to Sandessjoen where the destroyers met them.

The army commander Colonel Gubbins and 100 troops were embarked on HMS Jackal while the rest of the troops remained on the steamer which was escorted to Bodo by both destroyers.

En-route, HMS Jackal bombarded a German headquarters.

The troops, stores and ammunition were landed at Bodo at 1000/12.

The destroyers then continued their passage to Scapa Flow arriving there at 1750/13. (14)

13 May 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Javelin (Cdr. A.F. Pugsley, RN) departed Scapa Flow at 2315 hours to searh for a reported enemy submarine. They were ordered to return to Scapa Flow at 0800/14. (14)

14 May 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Javelin (Cdr. A.F. Pugsley, RN) departed Scapa Flow at 1830/14 for Harwich.

They both ran over the D/G range at Inchkeith (Firth of Forth) the following day before continueing their passage to Harwich.

HMS Javelin arrived at Harwich on the 16th while HMS Jackal arrived on the 17th. Having joined HMS Jaguar (Lt.Cdr. J.F.W. Hine, RN) on the 16th for a patrol during the night. (14)

23 May 1940

Operation Quentin.

Cutting of underwater telephone lines between the Netherlands and the U.K.

On 23 May 1940 the auxiliary M/S trawlers HMS Cape Melville (Ch.Skr. A. Flaws, RNR), HMS Grampian (Lt.Cdr. A. Longmuir, RNR), HMS James Lay (Skr. W.H. Makings, RNR), HMS Milford Princess (T/Skr. J.W. Cook, RNR), HMS Milford Queen (T/Skr. F.J. Burgess, RNR) and HMS Pelton (Skr. J.A. Sutherland, RNR) departed Harwich to cut underwater telephone cables. Cover for the operation was provided by the destroyers HMS Gallant (Lt.Cdr. C.P.F. Brown, RN), HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) and HMS Javelin (Cdr. A.F. Pugsley, RN). HMS Jaguar (Lt.Cdr. J.F.W. Hine, RN) might also have been involved.

25 May 1940
At 0215 hours, HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) sighted a uboat submerging in position 52°15'N, 03°04'E. A pattern of depth charges was dropped and Jackal remained in the area to hunt the submarine.

HMS Gallant (Lt.Cdr. C.P.F. Brown, RN) and HMS Jaguar (Lt.Cdr. J.F.W. Hine, RN) departed Harwich to join in the hunt.

The enemy submarine, which was the U-9 eventually managed to escape. (16)

25 May 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) returned to Harwich from operations. (13)

31 May 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed Harwich but she returned later the same day. [No further details known.] (17)

7 Jun 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed Harwich. She returned the following day. [No further details known.] (18)

9 Jun 1940
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed Harwich to provide cover for an east coast convoy (FN 192). She retuned to Harwich on 11 June after having search for a downed Wellington aircraft. (18)

16 Jun 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed Harwich. She returned on 19 June. [No further details known.] (18)

21 Jun 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) shifted from Harwich to the Humber. (13)

28 Jul 1940
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed Immingham to join her sister ships HMS Jaguar (Lt.Cdr. J.F.W. Hine, RN) and HMS Jupiter (Cdr. D.B. Wyburd, RN) which were already on patrol.

In the evening HMS Jaguar and HMS Jupiter briefly escorted the light cruiser HMS Ajax (Capt. E.D. McCarthy, RN) during her passage from Sheerness to Scapa Flow. (16)

1 Aug 1940
HMS Jackal (Cdr. T.M. Napier, RN) departed Immingham to reinforce HMS Kelvin (Cdr. J.H. Allison, DSO, RN), which is on patrol, for the night. Early on August, 2nd however she has to return to port with damage to her port propeller and starboard propeller shaft. (16)

Sources

  1. ADM 53/109335
  2. ADM 53/109355
  3. ADM 53/109356
  4. ADM 53/109356 + ADM 53/109369
  5. ADM 53/107926 + ADM 53/109356
  6. ADM 53/109357
  7. ADM 53/109357 + ADM 53/109370
  8. ADM 53/109358
  9. ADM 53/112487 + ADM 53/112493
  10. ADM 53/112487
  11. ADM 53/112488
  12. ADM 53/112488 + ADM 199/362
  13. ADM 199/2557
  14. ADM 199/376
  15. ADM 53/112295
  16. ADM 199/375
  17. ADM 187/7 + ADM 199/2557
  18. ADM 187/8 + ADM 199/2557

ADM numbers indicate documents at the British National Archives at Kew, London.


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