The Admiralty regrets: British warship losses of the 20th century
Sutton, 1999 - Broj stranica: 275
"The Admiralty Regrets ..." is the phrase used in countless official communiques to announce the loss of one of HM ships. Here are the details of over 800 British warships (including those of the various Dominion and Commonwealth navies) lost this century in peace and in war whether as a result of grounding or a guided missile. In presenting the cases chronologically, the author also traces the development of naval warfare and weaponry in this century.
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Air attack Notes April August battleship bomb Built 29 Capt Captain class frigate Casualties None Notes Casualties None Survivors Casualties Survivors Cause Air attack Cause Gunfire Cause Mine Casualties Cause Scuttled Cause Submarine attack Class C class class cruiser Built class destroyer Built Class Minesweeper class submarine Built Class Torpedo coast conning tower convoy crew damage December depth-charges dive DSC RN engine room explosion February Flower class corvette harbour Hunt class destroyer Island Italian January Japanese July June Kapitanleutnant Lieutenant Location Atlantic Location Cause Casualties Location English Channel Location North Sea loss Lt Cdr Malta March miles minefield Norwegian Sea November Oberleutnant October operation patrol RN Casualties RN Location RN Location Cause RN Location Mediterranean RN Location North Royal Navy Scapa Flow September sinking stern struck Submarine attack Casualties Submarine attack Notes sunk surface Survivors None Notes Thetis Tobruk Torpedo boat Tribal class destroyer U-boat wreck