g-l

DMGRAMPUS001001  HMS Grampus.  N56.  Submarine of the Porpoise class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.). Ordered 1 Mar 1934.  Laid down 20 Aug 1934.  Launched	25 Feb 1936.  Commissioned 10 Mar 1937.   Most likely sunk on 16 June 1940 off Syracuse by Italian torpedo boats. DMGRAMPUS002001  HMS Grampus.  N56.  Submarine of the Porpoise class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.). Ordered 1 Mar 1934.  Laid down 20 Aug 1934.  Launched	25 Feb 1936.  Commissioned 10 Mar 1937.   Most likely sunk on 16 June 1940 off Syracuse by Italian torpedo boats. DMGRAMPUS003001  HMS Grampus.  N56.  Submarine of the Porpoise class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.). Ordered 1 Mar 1934.  Laid down 20 Aug 1934.  Launched	25 Feb 1936.  Commissioned 10 Mar 1937.   Most likely sunk on 16 June 1940 off Syracuse by Italian torpedo boats. DMGRAMPUS004001  HMS Grampus.  N56.  Submarine of the Porpoise class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.). Ordered 1 Mar 1934.  Laid down 20 Aug 1934.  Launched	25 Feb 1936.  Commissioned 10 Mar 1937.   Most likely sunk on 16 June 1940 off Syracuse by Italian torpedo boats.
DMGRAMPUS005001  HMS Grampus.  N56.  Submarine of the Porpoise class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.). Ordered 1 Mar 1934.  Laid down 20 Aug 1934.  Launched	25 Feb 1936.  Commissioned 10 Mar 1937.   Most likely sunk on 16 June 1940 off Syracuse by Italian torpedo boats. DMGRAPH001001  HMS Graph.  P715.  Submarine of the Type VIIC class.  Former German Submarine  U570.  Built by Blohm & Voss (Hamburg, Germany).  Laid down 21 May 1940.  Launched 20 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 19 Sep 1941.  Commissioned as German U-570 on 15 May 1941.  Captured by Britain on 27 Aug 1941 in the North Atlantic south of Iceland after being damaged by a British Hudson aircraft.  Towed to Thorlakshafn, Iceland and salvaged.  Commissioned into the Royal Navy as HMS Graph on 19 Sept 1941 and decommissioned from active service on 21 June 1943. Graph was lost on 20 March 1944 when she ran aground on the west coast of the Island of Islay, Scotland while en-route to be scrapped.  The Navy List of December 1943 no longer lists HMS Graph as an active unit DMH28001001  HMS H 28.  N28.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by	Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Jan 1915.  Laid down	18 Mar 1917.  Launched 12 Mar 1918.  Commissioned 26 Jun 1918.   Decommissioned on 27 July 1944. Sold to be broken up for scrap to West of Scotland shipbreakers, Troon, Scotland on 18 August 1944. DMH31001001  HMS H 31.  N31.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Feb 1917.  Laid down 19 Apr 1917.  Launched 16 Nov 1918.  Commissioned	11 Feb 1919.  Lost 26 Dec 1941. The cause of her loss is unknown but possibly a German minefield or drifting British mines. lost with all hands.  The date of her loss given is an approximate one.
DMH32001001  HMS H 32.  N32.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by	Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Feb 1917.  Laid down	20 Apr 1917.  Launched 19 Nov 1918.  Commissioned 14 May 1919.   Decommissiond and sold to be broken up for scrap on 19 October 1944. DMH32002001  HMS H 32.  N32.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by	Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Feb 1917.  Laid down	20 Apr 1917.  Launched 19 Nov 1918.  Commissioned 14 May 1919.   Decommissiond and sold to be broken up for scrap on 19 October 1944. DMH33001001  HMS H 33.  N33.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by	Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered	Jun 1917.  Laid down 20 Nov 1917.  Launched 24 Aug 1918.  Commissioned 15 Apr 1919.   Decommissioned on 19 May 1944.  Sold to be broken up for scrap October 1944. DMH33002001  HMS H 33.  N33.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by	Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered	Jun 1917.  Laid down 20 Nov 1917.  Launched 24 Aug 1918.  Commissioned 15 Apr 1919.   Decommissioned on 19 May 1944.  Sold to be broken up for scrap October 1944.
DMH34001001  HMS H 34.  N34.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by	Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered	Jun 1917.  Laid down 20 Nov 1917.  Launched 5 Nov 1918.  Commissioned 19 Sep 1919.   Sold to be broken up for scrap July 1945. DMH34002001  HMS H 34.  N34.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by	Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered	Jun 1917.  Laid down 20 Nov 1917.  Launched 5 Nov 1918.  Commissioned 19 Sep 1919.   Sold to be broken up for scrap July 1945. DMH34003001  HMS H 34.  N34.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by	Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered	Jun 1917.  Laid down 20 Nov 1917.  Launched 5 Nov 1918.  Commissioned 19 Sep 1919.   Sold to be broken up for scrap July 1945. DMH43001001  HMS H 43.  N43.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by Armstrong Whitworth (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down	4 Oct 1917.  Launched 3 Feb 1919.  Commissioned 13 Oct 1919. Decommissioned on 20 September 1944.  Sold to be broken up for scrap November 1944.
DMH43002001  HMS H 43.  N43.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by Armstrong Whitworth (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down	4 Oct 1917.  Launched 3 Feb 1919.  Commissioned 13 Oct 1919. Decommissioned on 20 September 1944.  Sold to be broken up for scrap November 1944. DMH44001001  HMS H 44.  N44.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by Armstrong Whitworth (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 10 Oct 1917.  Launched 17 Feb 1919.  Commissioned 23 Mar 1920.  Sold to be broken up for scrap February 1945. DMH44002001  HMS H 44.  N44.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by Armstrong Whitworth (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 10 Oct 1917.  Launched 17 Feb 1919.  Commissioned 23 Mar 1920.  Sold to be broken up for scrap February 1945. DMH44003001  HMS H 44.  N44.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by Armstrong Whitworth (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 10 Oct 1917.  Launched 17 Feb 1919.  Commissioned 23 Mar 1920.  Sold to be broken up for scrap February 1945.
DMH44004001  HMS H 44.  N44.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by Armstrong Whitworth (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 10 Oct 1917.  Launched 17 Feb 1919.  Commissioned 23 Mar 1920.  Sold to be broken up for scrap February 1945. DMH44005001  HMS H 44.  N44.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by Armstrong Whitworth (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 10 Oct 1917.  Launched 17 Feb 1919.  Commissioned 23 Mar 1920.  Sold to be broken up for scrap February 1945. DMH49001001  HMS H 49.  N49.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by William Beardmore & Co. (Dalmuir, Scotland).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 1918.  Launched 15 Jul 1919.  Commissioned	 25 Oct 1919.  Sunk 18 Oct 1940 by depth charges from the German UJ 116 and UJ 118. DMH49002001  HMS H 49.  N49.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by William Beardmore & Co. (Dalmuir, Scotland).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 1918.  Launched 15 Jul 1919.  Commissioned	 25 Oct 1919.  Sunk 18 Oct 1940 by depth charges from the German UJ 116 and UJ 118.
DMH49003001  HMS H 49.  N49.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by William Beardmore & Co. (Dalmuir, Scotland).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 1918.  Launched 15 Jul 1919.  Commissioned	 25 Oct 1919.  Sunk 18 Oct 1940 by depth charges from the German UJ 116 and UJ 118. DMH49004001  HMS H 49.  N49.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by William Beardmore & Co. (Dalmuir, Scotland).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 1918.  Launched 15 Jul 1919.  Commissioned	 25 Oct 1919.  Sunk 18 Oct 1940 by depth charges from the German UJ 116 and UJ 118. DMH50001001  HMS H 50.  N50.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by	William Beardmore & Co. (Dalmuir, Scotland).  Ordered Oct 1917.  Laid down 23 Jan 1918.  Launched 25 Oct 1919.  Commissioned 13 Jan 1920. Decommissioned on 13 June 1945. Sold to be broken up for scrap July 1945. DMH50002001  HMS H 50.  N50.  Submarine of the H class.  Built by	William Beardmore & Co. (Dalmuir, Scotland).  Ordered Oct 1917.  Laid down 23 Jan 1918.  Launched 25 Oct 1919.  Commissioned 13 Jan 1920. Decommissioned on 13 June 1945. Sold to be broken up for scrap July 1945.
DML23001001  HMS L 23.  N23.  Submarine of the L class.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Dec 1916.  Laid down 29 Aug 1917.  Launched 1 Jul 1919.  Commissioned 5 Aug 1924.  Completed at Chatham Dockyard.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in 1946. Foundered off Nova Scotia in May 1946 while on the way to the shipbreakers. DML23002001  HMS L 23.  N23.  Submarine of the L class.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Dec 1916.  Laid down 29 Aug 1917.  Launched 1 Jul 1919.  Commissioned 5 Aug 1924.  Completed at Chatham Dockyard.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in 1946. Foundered off Nova Scotia in May 1946 while on the way to the shipbreakers. DML23003001  HMS L 23.  N23.  Submarine of the L class.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Dec 1916.  Laid down 29 Aug 1917.  Launched 1 Jul 1919.  Commissioned 5 Aug 1924.  Completed at Chatham Dockyard.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in 1946. Foundered off Nova Scotia in May 1946 while on the way to the shipbreakers. DML26001001  HMS L 26.  N26.  Submarine of the L class.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Dec 1916.  Laid down 1917.  Launched 29 May 1919.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1926.  Completed at Chatham Dockyard.  Expended as a target of the Canadian coast on 25 September 1945.
DML26002001  HMS L 26.  N26.  Submarine of the L class.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Dec 1916.  Laid down 1917.  Launched 29 May 1919.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1926.  Completed at Chatham Dockyard.  Expended as a target of the Canadian coast on 25 September 1945. DML26003001  HMS L 26.  N26.  Submarine of the L class.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Dec 1916.  Laid down 1917.  Launched 29 May 1919.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1926.  Completed at Chatham Dockyard.  Expended as a target of the Canadian coast on 25 September 1945. DML26004001  HMS L 26.  N26.  Submarine of the L class.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Dec 1916.  Laid down 1917.  Launched 29 May 1919.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1926.  Completed at Chatham Dockyard.  Expended as a target of the Canadian coast on 25 September 1945. DML26005001  HMS L 26.  N26.  Submarine of the L class.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Dec 1916.  Laid down 1917.  Launched 29 May 1919.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1926.  Completed at Chatham Dockyard.  Expended as a target of the Canadian coast on 25 September 1945.
DML26006001  HMS L 26.  N26.  Submarine of the L class.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Dec 1916.  Laid down 1917.  Launched 29 May 1919.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1926.  Completed at Chatham Dockyard.  Expended as a target of the Canadian coast on 25 September 1945. DML26007001  HMS L 26.  N26.  Submarine of the L class.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Dec 1916.  Laid down 1917.  Launched 29 May 1919.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1926.  Completed at Chatham Dockyard.  Expended as a target of the Canadian coast on 25 September 1945. DML27001001  HMS L 27.  N27.  Submarine of the L class.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Dec 1916.  Laid down 1917.  Launched 14 Jun 1919.  Commissioned 25 Mar 1926.  Completed at Chatham Dockyard.  Sold to be broken up for scrap to Metal Industries, Montreal, Canada in July 1946. DML27002001  HMS L 27.  N27.  Submarine of the L class.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Dec 1916.  Laid down 1917.  Launched 14 Jun 1919.  Commissioned 25 Mar 1926.  Completed at Chatham Dockyard.  Sold to be broken up for scrap to Metal Industries, Montreal, Canada in July 1946.
DPG13001  HMS/M G 13.  G Class Submarine.  Launched July 1916. G13's role was to patrol the North Sea in search of German U-boats. In  March 1917 she torpedoed and sank the German submarine UC-43 off the Shetland Islands.  Sold for scrap Jan 1923. DPG4-G10001 DPGRAM001  HMS/M  Grampus  S 04.  Porpoise-Class Submarine. Commissioned in 1958. On 11 January 1968, the French trawler Fomalhaut caught Grampus in its nets in the English Channel. Grampus surfaced and both crews spent over three hours disentangling the nets. DPGRAM002  HMS/M  Grampus  S 04.  Porpoise-Class Submarine. Commissioned in 1958. On 11 January 1968, the French trawler Fomalhaut caught Grampus in its nets in the English Channel. Grampus surfaced and both crews spent over three hours disentangling the nets.
DPGREE001  ? DPGUPP001  USS Guppy.  Guppy Class Submarine of the United States Navy. DPH23001  HMS/M  H23.  H Class Submarine.  Laid down on 3 March 1918 and was commissioned on 25 May 1918. HMS H23 was sold on 4 May 1934 in Sunderland. DPH27001  HMS/M 27.  H Class Submarine.
DPH28001  HMS/M   H28.  H Class Submarine.  Laid down on 18 March 1917 and was commissioned on 29 June 1918.  She collided with a steamer in the Bruges Canal in May 1929. She was scrapped on 18 August 1944 and was broken up in Troon. DPH28002  HMS/M   H28.  H Class Submarine.  Laid down on 18 March 1917 and was commissioned on 29 June 1918.  She collided with a steamer in the Bruges Canal in May 1929. She was scrapped on 18 August 1944 and was broken up in Troon. DPH30001  HMS/M  H30.  H Class Submarine.  Laid down on 18 March 1917 and was commissioned on 19 October 1918. She was sold in Newport on 30 August 1935. DPH34001  HMS/M   H34.  H Class Submarine.  Laid down on 20 November 1917 and was commissioned on 10 September 1919.  Sold for scrap July 1945.
DPH49001  HMS/M  H49.  H Class Submarine.  Laid down on 15 July 1919 and commissioned on 25 October 1919. She survived until World War II when she was sunk by depth charging off Texel, Holland on 18 October 1940. There was only one survivor. DPHCLASS001  H Class Submarines of the 6th Submarine Flotilla. DPHOLL1001  HMS/M Holland 1 or HM submarine Torpedo Boat No 1,  was the first submarine commissioned by the Royal Navy.  Lost in 1913 while under tow to the scrapyard following decommissioning, and recovered in 1982 and was put on display at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Gosport. DPHOLL1002  HMS/M Holland 1 or HM submarine Torpedo Boat No 1,  was the first submarine commissioned by the Royal Navy.  Lost in 1913 while under tow to the scrapyard following decommissioning, and recovered in 1982 and was put on display at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Gosport.
DPHOLL1003  HMS/M Holland 1 or HM submarine Torpedo Boat No 1,  was the first submarine commissioned by the Royal Navy.  Lost in 1913 while under tow to the scrapyard following decommissioning, and recovered in 1982 and was put on display at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Gosport. DPHOLL2001  HMS/M Holland 2.  The second Royal Navy submarine to be built, and the first to be given a non-secret launch, in February 1902.  She set the depth record for the British Holland class accidentally diving to 78 feet.  She was sold on the 7 October 1913. DPHOLL3001  HMS/M  Holland 3.  Royal Navy Submarine.  Launched on 9 May 1902. She sank in trials in 1911 and was then sold on 7 October 1913. DPHOLL4001  HMS/M  Holland 4.  Launched on the 23 May 1902.  In 1905 the submarine was fitted with a conning tower. She was the only member of the Holland class to be given this modification. She foundered on the 3 September 1912,  was salvaged and was used as a gunnery target on the 17 October 1914.
DPHOLL5001  HMS/M Holland 5.  The last of the five Holland class submarines ordered by the British Admiralty to evaluate the potential of the submarine with the Royal Navy. It is thought that she had one of the first periscopes ever designed. DPJ3001  HMS/M  J3.  J Class Submarine. Launched on 4 December 1915. She was transferred to Australia in March 1919 as HMAS/M J3, and operated out of Geelong, Victoria, until she was paid off on 12 July 1922.  J3 was sold in April 1924 and sunk in 1926. DPJ7001  HMS/M J7.  J Class Submarine.  Launched Feb 1917.  Transferred to the Australian Navy in 1918 as HMAS/M J7.  Sunk as a Breakwater in 1930. DPK22001  HMS/M K22.  Originally named HMS/M K13, she was a steam-propelled First World War K Class Submarine of the British Royal Navy. She sank in a fatal accident during sea trials in early 1917 and was salvaged and recommissioned as HMS K22. Sold for scrap Nov 1926.
DPK26001  HMS/M  K26.  The only modified K-class submarine of Britain's Royal Navy to be completed. She was laid down towards the end of the First World War but not completed until five years after its end. She was the last steam-powered submarine built anywhere in the world until the first nuclear powered submarine in the mid-1950s. DPK26002  HMS/M  K26.  The only modified K-class submarine of Britain's Royal Navy to be completed. She was laid down towards the end of the First World War but not completed until five years after its end. She was the last steam-powered submarine built anywhere in the world until the first nuclear powered submarine in the mid-1950s. DPK6001  HMS/M  K6.  K Class Submarine.  Laid down on the 8 November 1915 and commissioned in May 1917. She was involved in a serious exercise accident nicknamed 'battle of May island'. She was responsible for ramming K4 and slicing her in half.  K6 was sold on the 13 July 1926 at Newport. DPK8001  HMS/M  K8.  K Class Submarine.  She was laid down on 28 June 1915 and was commissioned on 6 March 1917. She was sold on 11 October 1923.
DPL11001  HMS/M  L11.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 17 January 1917 and was commissioned on 27 June 1918.  She was converted along with HMS L12 into a minelayer. These two submarines were the only two of the L class submarine group 1 to be converted. The rest of the L class converted were of group 2 design. She was sold in February 1932. DPL12-H28001 DPL12001  HMS/M  L12.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 22 January 1917 and was commissioned on 30 June 1918. She was converted into a minelayer along with HMS/M  L11. She was sold on 16 February 1932 in Newport. DPL12002  HMS/M  L12.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 22 January 1917 and was commissioned on 30 June 1918. She was converted into a minelayer along with HMS/M  L11. She was sold on 16 February 1932 in Newport.
DPL14001  HMS/M  L14.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 19 January 1917.  She was sold in May 1934 in Newport. DPL15001  HMS/M  L15.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 16 November 1916.  She was sold in February 1932 in Newport. DPL17001  HMS/M  L17.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 24 January 1917.  She was sold in February 1934 at Pembroke Dock. DPL18001  HMS/M  L18.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 22 June 1917.  She was sold in October 1936 at Pembroke Dock.
DPL19001  HMS/M  L19.  L Class Submarine. Laid down on 18 July 1917.  She was sold on 12 April 1937 at Pembroke Dock. DPL20001  HMS/M  L20.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 26 July 1917 and was commissioned on 28 January 1919.  She was sent to Hong Kong in 1919 and was placed in the reserve flotilla in 1923 in Hong Kong.  She was sold for breaking in January 1935. DPL20002  HMS/M  L20.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 26 July 1917 and was commissioned on 28 January 1919.  She was sent to Hong Kong in 1919 and was placed in the reserve flotilla in 1923 in Hong Kong.  She was sold for breaking in January 1935. DPL21001  HMS/M  L21.  L Class Submarine. Laid down on 15 September 1917.  She was sold in February 1939 but became stranded on the way to the breakers.
DPL22001  HMS/M  L22.  L Class Submarine. Laid down on 28 November 1917.  She was sold on 30 August 1935 in Newport. DPL22002  HMS/M  L22.  L Class Submarine. Laid down on 28 November 1917.  She was sold on 30 August 1935 in Newport. DPL23001  HMS/M  L23.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 29 August 1917 and moved to HM Dockyard, Chatham for completion.  She was decommissioned in May 1946 after a long, distinguished service. DPL27001  HMS/M  L27.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 30 January 1918 before being moved and completed at HM Dockyard, Sheerness. She was converted into a training boat at Portsmouth before being broken up in Canada in 1944.
DPL27002  HMS/M  L27.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 30 January 1918 before being moved and completed at HM Dockyard, Sheerness. She was converted into a training boat at Portsmouth before being broken up in Canada in 1944. DPL3001  HMS/M  L3.  L Class Submarine.  She was laid down on 21 June 1916 and was commissioned on 31 January 1918. She was placed in the Reserve Flotilla in Hong Kong in 1923. She was sold in February 1931 and broken up in Charlestown, Fife. DPL33001  HMS/M  L33.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 26 September 1917. She was sold in February 1932 in Sunderland. DPL5001  HMS/M  L5.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 23 August 1916 and was commissioned on 15 May 1918. She was sold in 1931 and broken up in Charlestown, Fife.
DPL52001  HMS/M  L52.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 16 May 1917. She was sold for scrap in September 1935, but was wrecked off of Barry, South Wales. DPL69001  HMS/M  L69.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down on 7 July 1917 and then moved to HM Dockyard, Rosyth. She was sold in February 1939. DPL7001  HMS/M  L7.  L Class Submarine.  Laid down in May 1916 and was commissioned in December 1917. She was sold on 26 February 1930 in Blyth. DPG4-G10001
DPL12-H28001