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Buque rescate Tipo Butsler..HMS Hesperia hundido en naufragio por tormenta en Libia (09-2-1945)

Buque patrulla, Tipo xxxxxx, HMS Hayburn Wyke es hundido por torpedo lanzado desde submarino aleman tipo Seehund, cerca de Ostenden (Belgica) (2 Enero 1945)

Lancha patrulla Tipo HDML, HMS1163 es hundida en el Adriatico por lanchas torpederas alemanas el (5 Enero 1945)

Buque transporte Canadiense Nipiwan Park es torpedeado por submarino U1232, Averiado

( PDD Hundido)

Buque transporte .................. Empire Clansman hundido en naufragio (18-1-1945) (PDD No recuperado)

Buque transporte................... Empire Shetlande. Botado (1-45)

Buque transporte .................. Empire Tavistock. botado (29-1-45)- Completado (4-45)

Buque transporte................... Everleight hundido por submarino U-1017 en ataque al convoy TBC60

(PDD)Buque transporte.......... Exceller hundido por submarino u-1017 en ataque al convoy TBC60

Buque transporte Tipo Liberty Samvern. Hundido al chocar con mina (18-1-1945)

Buque transporte Tipo LST HMS LST415 Hundido por torpedera alemana. (16-1-1945)

Buque transporte Tipo LST HMS LST3042 Botado (31-1-45) Completado (12-45)

Destructores Ingleses de la 1ª Guerra Mundial:(enlace)

Portaviones escolta Clase Bogue. HMS Thane es torpedeado por submarino U-1172, dejandolo fuera de servicio (11-1-1945)

Portaviones escolta Clase Activity HMS Activity activo en Oceano Indico (20-02-1945)

Destructor HMS Agincourt clase Battle. Botado (29-1-45) Completado (25-6-47)

Destructor HMS Pathfinder clase P es averiado en ataque aereo japones (11-2-45)

Fragata HMS Manners Clase Capitan hundido por torpedo U-1051 (26-1-1945)

Fragata HMS Bayuntun (K310) Clase Capitan activo en Noruega (3-2-1945)

Fragata HMS Lock Eck (K422) Clase Lock activo en Noruega (3-2-1945)

PDD Fragata HMS Lock Scavaig (Kxxx) Clase Loch hundida por torpedo en Irlanda (4-2-1945)

PDD Fragata HMS Loch Shin (Kxxx) clase Loch hundida por torpedo en Irlanda (4-2-1945)

Primeros buques hundidos por submarinos Tipo XXI (enlace)

(PDD Destructor HMS Aylmer Clase Buckley hundido por torpedo U-1051 (26-1-1945)

(PDD Destructor HMS Keats Clase Evarts hundido por torpedo U-1172 (27-1-1945)

Fragata HMS Denbigh Castle (Kxxx) Clase Castle hundido por torpedo U-992 (13-2-1945)

Black Swan class[edit]

Royal Navy[edit]

The first two ships were built under the 1937 Programme, being ordered from Yarrow and Company, Scotstoun, on 1 March 1939. The second pair was built under the 1939 Programme, being ordered from Furness Shipbuilding Company on 21 June 1939. A further ten RN ships were ordered under the 1940 War Programme on 13 April 1940; however six of these (the orders placed with White of Cowes, Thornycroft at Woolston, and Swan Hunter on Tyneside for two ships each) were subsequently replaced by orders for an equal number of Hunt-class escort destroyers.

There were incremental improvements as the building developed, and the Woodcock and Wren when completed were practically indistinguishable from the Modified Black Swan class.

Black Swan class[edit]

Royal Navy[edit]

The first two ships were built under the 1937 Programme, being ordered from Yarrow and Company, Scotstoun, on 1 March 1939. The second pair was built under the 1939 Programme, being ordered from Furness Shipbuilding Company on 21 June 1939. A further ten RN ships were ordered under the 1940 War Programme on 13 April 1940; however six of these (the orders placed with White of Cowes, Thornycroft at Woolston, and Swan Hunter on Tyneside for two ships each) were subsequently replaced by orders for an equal number of Hunt-class escort destroyers.

There were incremental improvements as the building developed, and the Woodcock and Wren when completed were practically indistinguishable from the Modified Black Swan class.

Name //Pennant

Flamingo //L18later U18

Black Swan//L57later U57

Erne //U03

Ibis //U99

Whimbrel //U29

Wild Goose //U45

Woodpecker//U08

Wren//U28

Royal Indian Navy[edit]

Two ships were ordered under the 1939 Programme, the order being placed with Denny on 8 September 1939. The second pair were ordered under the 1940 Programme, this order with Thornycroft being placed on 29 August 1940. The first two were used as survey ships after the War. The second pair were transferred to the Pakistan Navy in 1948. The third pair (which were of the Modified Black Swan class – see below)

Name

Pennant

Sutlej

U95

Jumna

U21

Narbada

U40

Godavari

U52

Modified Black Swan class[edit]

Royal Navy[edit]

Fourteen sloops for the RN were in the 1940 Supplementary War Programme. The first two were ordered from Denny, Dunbarton, on 9 January 1941, ten more were ordered on 27 March 1941 (two each from Cammell Laird, Scotts, Thornycroft, Yarrow and John Brown), and a final pair from Fairfield, Govan, on 18 July 1941. The contract with John Brown was transferred to Devonport Dockyard on 3 March 1942, and then to Denny on 8 December 1942.

Name

Pennant

Chanticleer

U05

Crane

U23

Cygnet

U38 PDD Hundido en convoy JW64 por aviones torpederos del KG26 10-03-45

Kite

U87

Lapwing

U62

Lark

U11 (20-3-45 hundido)

Magpie

U82

Peacock

U96

Pheasant

U49

Redpole

U69

Snipe

U20 (9-9-46 comisionado)

Sparrow

U71 (16-12-46 comisionado)

Starling

U66

Woodcock

U90

Another fourteen ships were authorised in the 1941 Programme, but the last three ships (the names Star, Steady and Trial had been approved) were not ordered under this programme. The first of the eleven actually ordered was contracted with Thornycroft on 3 December 1941, with a further pair from Stephens, Linthouse, on 18 December. Eight more were ordered in 1942, two on 11 February, two on 3 March (originally from Portsmouth Dockyard), two on 12 August and two on 5 October. However the order for two sloops were ordered at Portsmouth was moved to Chatham Dockyard on 21 June 1943, and they were laid down there, but were cancelled on 15 October 1945.

Another fourteen ships were authorised in the 1941 Programme, but the last three ships (the names StarSteady and Trial had been approved) were not ordered under this programme. The first of the eleven actually ordered was contracted with Thornycroft on 3 December 1941, with a further pair from Stephens, Linthouse, on 18 December. Eight more were ordered in 1942, two on 11 February, two on 3 March (originally from Portsmouth Dockyard), two on 12 August and two on 5 October. However the order for two sloops were ordered at Portsmouth was moved to Chatham Dockyard on 21 June 1943, and they were laid down there, but were cancelled on 15 October 1945.

Name

Pennant

Actaeon

U07 25-7-45 comisioned

Amethyst

U16

Hart

U58

Hind

U39

Mermaid

U30

Alacrity

U60 13-4-45 comisioned

Opossum

U33 16-7-45 comisioned

Modeste

U42 6-5-46 comisioned

Nereide

U64 6-5-46 comisioned

Nonsuch

U54 15-10-45 Cancelado

Nymphe

U84 15-10-45 Cancelado

Royal Indian Navy[edit]

Two ships for the Indian Navy were included in the 1941 Programme, the order being placed with Yarrow on 10 September 1941.

Name

Pennant

Builder

Laid Down

Launched

Commissioned

Kistna

U46

YarrowScotstoun

14 July 1942

22 April 1943

26 August 1943

Cauvery

U10

YarrowScotstoun

28 October 1942

15 June 1943

21 October 1943

Modified Black Swan class enlarged

Royal Navy

Partridge

prevista

Waterhen

prevista

Wryneck,

prevista

CORBETA CLASE CASTLE

CODE

NOMBRE // NOTAS

COMISIONADO

K689 19 JUNIO 1944

K412

30 May 1944

K690

29 September 1944

K696

30 December 1944 – hundido 13-2-45

K413

31 January 1945

K529

12 May 1945

K355

18 September 1943

K420

22 November 1943

K691

15 September 1944

K443

November 1944

K447

(originally Totnes Castle)

6 September 1944--- transferida al Canada

K530

10 December 1944

K450

29 June 1944---- transferida al Canada

K695

October 1944


Fourteen ordered 19 January 1943, of which 3 were cancelled:


K405 Alnwick Castle, completado 11 November 1944. PDD Hundido por torpedos de aviones del KG26 en ataque al convoy JW64 el 10-2-545

Barnard Castle, built by George Brown, at Greenock; begun 1943, launched 3 October 1944 and completed 1945 as convoy rescue ship Empire Shelter.

Flint Castle, built by Henry Robb, at Leith; begun 20 April 1943, launched 1 September 1943 and completed 31 December 1943. Paid off March 1956 and broken up 10 July 1958.

Guildford Castle, built by Henry Robb, at Leith; begun 25 May 1943, launched 13 November 1943 and completed 11 March 1944; to Canada as HMCS Hespeler, 1944. Sold for mercantile service 1946 (later SS Chilcotin)

Hedingham Castle, built by Henry Robb, at Leith; begun 23 July 1943, launched 26 January 1944 and completed 10 May 1944; to Canada as HMCS Orangeville, 1944. Sold for mercantile service 1947; to Republic of China Navy 1951 as Te An.

Knaresborough Castle, built by Blyth Dry Dock; begun 22 April 1943, launched 1 September 1943 and completed 5 April 1944. Paid off 1947 and broken up 16 March 1956.

Launceston Castle, built by Blyth Dry Dock; begun 27 May 1943, launched 27 November 1943 and completed 20 June 1944. Paid off 1947 and broken up 3 August 1959.

Sandgate Castle, built by Smiths Dock, at Middlesbrough; begun 23 June 1943, launched 28 December 1943 and completed 18 May 1944; to Canada as HMCS St. Thomas, 1944. Paid off 22 November 1945 and sold for mercantile service 1946 (later SS Camosun III).

Tamworth Castle built by Smiths Dock, at Middlesbrough; begun 25 August 1943, launched 26 January 1944 and completed 3 July 1944; to Canada as HMCS Kincardine. Paid off 17 February 1946 and sold for mercantile service 1946.

Walmer Castle, built by Smiths Dock, at Middlesbrough; begun 23 September 1943, launched 10 March 1944 and completed 5 September 1944; to Canada as HMCS Leaside. Paid off 16 November 1945 and sold for mercantile service 1946 (later SS Coquitlam II).

York Castle, built by Ferguson Brothers, at Port Glasgow; begun 1944, launched 20 September 1944 and completed February 1945 as convoy rescue ship SS Empire Comfort.

Sixteen ordered 23 January 1943, of which five were cancelled:


Hever Castle, built by Blyth Dry Dock; begun 29 June 1943, launched 24 February 1944 and completed 15 August 1944; to Canada as HMCS Copper Cliff, 1944. Sold for mercantile service 1947, then became Chinese (People's Liberation Army) 1949.

Leeds Castle, built by William Pickergill, at Sunderland; begun 22 April 1943, launched 12 October 1943 and completed 15 February 1944. Paid off November 1956 and broken up 5 June 1958.

Morpeth Castle, built by William Pickergill, at Sunderland; begun 23 June 1943, launched 26 November 1943 and completed 13 July 1944. Paid off 1946 and broken up 9 August 1960.

Nunney Castle, built by William Pickergill, at Sunderland; begun 12 August 1943, launched 26 January 1944 and completed 8 October 1944; to Canada as HMCS Bowmanville, 1944. Sold for mercantile service 1946, then became Chinese (People's Liberation Army) Kuang Chou 1949.

Oxford Castle, built by Harland and Wolff, at Belfast; begun 21 June 1943, launched 11 December 1943 and completed 10 March 1944. Paid off 1946 and broken up 6 September 1960.

Pevensey Castle, built by Harland and Wolff, at Belfast; begun 21 June 1943, launched 11 January 1944 and completed 10 June 1944. Paid off February 1946 and became weather ship Weather Monitor in 1959.

Rising Castle, built by Harland and Wolff, at Belfast; begun 21 June 1943, launched 8 February 1944 and completed 26 June 1944; to Canada as HMCS Arnprior, 1944. Paid off 14 March 1946 and transferred to Uruguay as Montevideo.

Scarborough Castle, built by Fleming & Ferguson, at Paisley; begun 1944, launched 8 September 1944 and completed January 1945 as convoy rescue ship (Empire Peacemaker)

Sherborne Castle, built by Harland and Wolff, at Belfast; begun 21 June 1943, launched 24 February 1944 and completed 14 July 1944; to Canada as HMCS Petrolia, 1944. Paid off 8 March 1946 and sold for mercantile service 1946.

Tintagel Castle, built by Ailsa, at Troon; begun 29 April 1943, launched 13 December 1943 and completed 7 April 1944. Paid off August 1956 and broken up June 1958.

Wolvesey Castle, built by Ailsa, at Troon; begun 1 June 1943, launched 24 February 1944 and completed 15 June 1944; to Canada as HMCS Huntsville, 1944. Paid off 15 February 1946 and sold for mercantile service 1947.

Five ordered 2 February 1943:


Name

Commissioned

K386

24 November 1944

K387

18 November 1944

K379

17 November 1943

K388

25 February 1944


Name

Commissioned

K362

8 November 1943

K372

24 February 1944

15 ships ordered for the Royal Navy from UK shipyards as part of the 1943 Programme were all cancelled on 31 October 1943:

Caldecot Castle – ordered 19 January 1943 from John Brown & Company, Clydebank.

Dover Castle – ordered 19 January 1943 from A. & J. Inglis, Glasgow.

Dudley Castle – ordered 19 January 1943 from A. & J. Inglis, Glasgow.

Bere Castle – ordered 23 January 1943 from John Brown & Company, Clydebank.

Calshot Castle – ordered 23 January 1943 from John Brown & Company, Clydebank.

Monmouth Castle (originally to have been Peel Castle) – ordered 23 January 1943 from John Lewis & Sons, Aberdeen.

Rhuddlan Castle – ordered 23 January 1943 from John Crown & Sons, Sunderland.

Thornbury Castle – ordered 23 January 1943 from Ferguson Brothers, Port Glasgow.

Appleby Castle – ordered 3 March 1943 from Austin, at Sunderland.

Tonbridge Castle – ordered 3 March 1943 from Austin, at Sunderland.

Norwich Castle – ordered 4 May 1943 from John Brown & Company, Clydebank.

Oswestry Castle – ordered 4 May 1943 from John Crown & Sons, Sunderland.

Pendennis Castle – ordered 4 May 1943 from John Crown & Sons, Sunderland.

Alton Castle – ordered 10 July 1943 from Fleming & Ferguson, Paisley.

Warkworth Castle – ordered 10 July 1943 from Fleming & Ferguson, Paisley.

CORBETA CLASE FLOWER

Royal Navy

Alisma

Amaranthus

Anchusa

Anemone

Armeria

Aster

Aubretia

Azalea

Balsam

Bergamot

Bluebell

Bryony

Burdock

Camellia

Campanula

Campion

Celandine

Clarkia

Clematis

Clover

Coltsfoot

Columbine

Convolvulus

Cowslip

Crocus

Cyclamen

Dahlia

Delphinium

Dianella

Dianthus

Fleur de Lys

Freesia

Fritillary

Gardenia

Genista

Gentian

Geranium

Gloxinia

Godetia

Godetia

Heather

Honeysuckle

Hyderabad

Hydrangea

Jasmine

Jonquil

Kingcup

La Malouine

Larkspur

Lavender

Loosestrife

Marguerite

Meadowsweet

Mignonette

Monkshood

Myosotis

Narcissus

Nasturtium

Nigella

Oxlip

Pennywort

Pentstemon

Petunia

Phlox

Pimpernel

Poppy

Potentilla

Primrose

Primula

Rhododendron

Rockrose

Saxifrage

Snowdrop

Snowflake

Spiraea

Starwort

Stonecrop

Sunflower

Sweetbriar

Thyme

Tulip

Verbena

Vetch

Violet

Wallflower

Woodruff

Submarino HMS Tradewind clase ? activo en Estrecho Malaca (11-2-45)

Submarino HMS Porpoise clase ? hundido por aviones japoneses (19-1-1945) Estrecho Malaca

Submarino HMS Venture clase V

Hunde submarino U-864 estando los dos en inmersion en el Mar del Norte cerca de Bergen (PDD No se produce hundimiento) (9-2-1945)

Hunde minador M381 clase Tipo 1940 (AL) cerca de kristiansand. (13-2-1945)

Buque anti-submarino HMS Northern Isles hundido en naufragio en Sudafrica (19-1-1945) 

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