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HMS Gurkha (G63) - L class destroyer  Ordered: 31 March 1938  Laid down: 18 October 1938  Launched: 8 July 1940  Commissioned: 18 February 1941  Fate: Sunk, 17 Jan 1942

HMS Gurkha (G63) - L class destroyer Ordered: 31 March 1938 Laid down: 18 October 1938 Launched: 8 July 1940 Commissioned: 18 February 1941 Fate: Sunk, 17 Jan 1942

Career (Canada) 	  Name: 	HMCS Kokanee (K419)  Namesake: 	Kokanee Lake  Builder: 	Yarrows Ltd., Esquimalt  Laid down: 	25 August 1943  Launched: 	27 November 1943  Commissioned: 	6 June 1944  Decommissioned: 	21 December 1945  Honours and  awards: 	Atlantic 1944-45, Gulf of St. Lawrence 1944.  Fate: 	Sold to India, 1950

Career (Canada) Name: HMCS Kokanee (K419) Namesake: Kokanee Lake Builder: Yarrows Ltd., Esquimalt Laid down: 25 August 1943 Launched: 27 November 1943 Commissioned: 6 June 1944 Decommissioned: 21 December 1945 Honours and awards: Atlantic 1944-45, Gulf of St. Lawrence 1944. Fate: Sold to India, 1950

Allied destroyers - эсминцы

Allied destroyers - эсминцы

HMS GRIFFIN (H31) 1935, was a G-class destroyer, built for the Royal Navy in the mid-1930s. In WW II she took part in the Norwegian Campaign of April–May 1940 and the Battle of Dakar in Sept. before being transferred to the Mediterranean Fleet in Nov. Took part in the Battle of Cape Matapan in March 1941 and the evacuations of Greece and Crete in April–May 1941.was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy on 1 March 1943.The ship, now renamed HMCS OTTAWA.

HMS GRIFFIN (H31) 1935, was a G-class destroyer, built for the Royal Navy in the mid-1930s. In WW II she took part in the Norwegian Campaign of April–May 1940 and the Battle of Dakar in Sept. before being transferred to the Mediterranean Fleet in Nov. Took part in the Battle of Cape Matapan in March 1941 and the evacuations of Greece and Crete in April–May 1941.was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy on 1 March 1943.The ship, now renamed HMCS OTTAWA.

HMS Glowworm (H 92) of the Royal Navy - British Destroyer of the G class - Allied Warships of WWII - uboat.net

HMS Glowworm (H 92) of the Royal Navy - British Destroyer of the G class - Allied Warships of WWII - uboat.net

HMS Achates was an A-class destroyer of the British Royal Navy launched on 4 October 1929 and commissioned on 27 March 1930. She was sunk on 31 December 1942 in the Battle of the Barents Sea!

HMS Achates was an A-class destroyer of the British Royal Navy launched on 4 October 1929 and commissioned on 27 March 1930. She was sunk on 31 December 1942 in the Battle of the Barents Sea!

HMS Onslow was an O-class destroyer flotilla leader of the British Royal Navy. She was ordered from John Brown & Company at Clydebank, Glasgow on September 3, 1939. The ship was laid down on July 1, 1940 and launched on March 31, 1941. She was completed on October 8, 1941 at a cost of £416,942.

HMS Onslow was an O-class destroyer flotilla leader of the British Royal Navy. She was ordered from John Brown & Company at Clydebank, Glasgow on September 3, 1939. The ship was laid down on July 1, 1940 and launched on March 31, 1941. She was completed on October 8, 1941 at a cost of £416,942.

HMS Brazen, B Class destroyer built by Palmers of Hebburn & completed 08/04/31. While escorting convoy CW7 she was attacked & sank by JU87 dive bombers about 5 miles off Folkestone 7/20/40!

HMS Brazen, B Class destroyer built by Palmers of Hebburn & completed 08/04/31. While escorting convoy CW7 she was attacked & sank by JU87 dive bombers about 5 miles off Folkestone 7/20/40!

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