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BHGAR001  HMS Garland. H37, also known by her Polish designation ORP Garland.  G-class destroyer . During most of the World War II she served in the Polish Navy. BHHACA001  HMS Hadleigh Castle. K 355/F 355. Castle Class Corvette. Launched June 1943. Scrapped January 1959. BHHACA002  HMS Hadleigh Castle. K 355/F 355. Castle Class Corvette. Launched June 1943. Scrapped January 1959. BHHART001  HMS Hart.  U58/F58.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 18 Dec 1941.  Laid down 27 Mar 1942.  Launched 7 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 12 Dec 1943.  Sold to the West German Navy in 1958.
BHHECA001  Hedingham Castle. K 491. Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy before launching and renamed HMCS Orangeville. She was launched on 26 January 1944. BHHECA002  HMS Hedingham Castle. K 396. Castle Class Corvette. Prior to transfer to Canadian Navy and renaming 'Orangeville'. BHHEL001  HMS Helford K 252. River Class Frigate. Launched Feb 1943. Scrapped June 1956. BHHIND001  HMS Hind. F 39.  Modified Black Swan-class sloop launched in 1943 and broken up in 1958.
BHINC001  HMS Inconstant. H 49. I Class Destroyer. Launched Feb 1941. Aquired Nov 1941 as the Turkish ship Muavenet and returned to Turkey 1945. BHINV001  HMS Inver. K 302. River Class Frigate. Launched Dec 1942. Was to be built in Canada for the United States Navy but transferred to the Royal Navy under the lend-lease program. BHJED001  HMS Jed. K 235. River Class Frigate. Launched July 1942. Assisted in the sinking of U boats, U438, U954, U334 and U340. In 1946 the frigate was placed into reserve. On 25 May 1957 Jed was broken up by Ward at Milford Haven. BHKALE001  HMS Kale. K 241. River Class Frigate. Launched June 1942. Sold for scrap in November 1956
BHKECA001  HMS Kenilworth Castle. F 420. Castle Class Corvette. Launched Aug 1943. Assisted in the sinking of U744 on 6 March 1944 and the sinking of U1200 South of Ireland on 11 Nov 1944. Scrapped at Llanelly starting on 20 June 1959. BHKITE001  HMS Kite. U 87. Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched Oct 1942. Assisted in the sinking of 6 U boats on 1 patrol in 1943. Sunk on 21 Aug 1944 by U-344. BHKNACA001  HMS Knaresborough Castle. K 389/F 389.  Castle-class Corvette, built under the 1943 War Programme, and named after Knaresborough Castle in Yorkshire. Launched at Blyth Shipyard in Blyth, Northumberland on 29 September 1943 and completed on 5 April 1944. She was scrapped at Glasgow in March 1956.  In World War II she served as a convoy escort. BHKNACA002  HMS Knaresborough Castle. K 389/F 389.  Castle-class Corvette, built under the 1943 War Programme, and named after Knaresborough Castle in Yorkshire. Launched at Blyth Shipyard in Blyth, Northumberland on 29 September 1943 and completed on 5 April 1944. She was scrapped at Glasgow in March 1956.
BHLACA001  HMS Lancaster Castle. K691/F691. Castle Class Corvette. Launched 14 April 1944 and completed 15 September 1944. Paid off 1947 and broken up 6 September 1960. Vessel inboard is HMS Hadleigh Castle. K355/F355. BHLAGA001  HMS Lagan. K259. River Class Frigate. Launched July 1942. Hit by U boat U270 and badly damaged. Declared total loss after being towed home. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 21 May 1946. BHLAP001  HMS Lapwing. U62. Modified Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched July 1943. Sunk on 20 Mar 1945 by U-968. BHLARK001  HMS Lark. U11. Modified Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched Aug 1943. Sunk U425 on 17 Feb 1945 and was later hit by a torpedo from U968 and declared a total loss by the Royal Navy and the wreck was handed over to the Soviets.
BHLAT002  HMS Latona.  M 76.  Abdiel class minelayer launched in 1940 and sunk in 1941. BHLATO001  HMS Latona.  M 76.  Abdiel class minelayer launched in 1940 and sunk in 1941. BHLECA001  HMS Leeds Castle.  K384/F384.  Castle-class Corvette. Launched 12 October 1943. Served in the B3 Escort Group, protecting Atlantic convoys until the end of the war in 1945.   Anti-Submarine Training Squadron at the Portland, until she was paid off at Chatham, November 1956. She was scrapped in 1958. BHLECA002  HMS Leeds Castle.  K384/F384.  Castle-class Corvette. Launched 12 October 1943. Served in the B3 Escort Group, protecting Atlantic convoys until the end of the war in 1945.   Anti-Submarine Training Squadron at the Portland, until she was paid off at Chatham, November 1956. She was scrapped in 1958.
BHLECA003  HMS Leeds Castle.  K384/F384.  Castle-class Corvette. Launched 12 October 1943. Served in the B3 Escort Group, protecting Atlantic convoys until the end of the war in 1945.   Anti-Submarine Training Squadron at the Portland, until she was paid off at Chatham, November 1956. She was scrapped in 1958. BHLECA004  HMS Leeds Castle.  K384/F384.  Castle-class Corvette. Launched 12 October 1943. Served in the B3 Escort Group, protecting Atlantic convoys until the end of the war in 1945.   Anti-Submarine Training Squadron at the Portland, until she was paid off at Chatham, November 1956. She was scrapped in 1958. BHLECA005  HMS Leeds Castle.  K384/F384.  Castle-class Corvette. Launched 12 October 1943. Served in the B3 Escort Group, protecting Atlantic convoys until the end of the war in 1945.   Anti-Submarine Training Squadron at the Portland, until she was paid off at Chatham, November 1956. She was scrapped in 1958. BHLNCA001  HMS Launceston Castle.  K397. Castle-class Corvette.  Launched 27 November 1943. In World War II she served as a convoy escort in 30th Escort Group. She was responsible for the sinking of U-1200  south of Ireland on 11 November 1944, supported by her sister ships Pevensey Castle, Kenilworth Castle and Portchester Castle. Scrapped at Davidson Forth on 3 August 1959.
BHLNCA002  HMS Launceston Castle.  K397. Castle-class Corvette.  Launched 27 November 1943. In World War II she served as a convoy escort in 30th Escort Group. She was responsible for the sinking of U-1200  south of Ireland on 11 November 1944, supported by her sister ships Pevensey Castle, Kenilworth Castle and Portchester Castle. Scrapped at Davidson Forth on 3 August 1959. BHLOAL001  HMCS Loch Alvie. K428.  Loch Class Frigate. Loaned to the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II. Served as a convoy escort, mostly on convoys between Iceland and Murmansk. She was scrapped in 1965. BHLOAR001  HMS Loch Arkaig.  K603. Loch Class Frigate. Launched June 1945. Scrapped Jan 1960. BHLODU001  HMS Loch Dunvegan. K425.  Loch-class Frigate. Launched in 1944. Assisted in the sinking of U354 in the Barents Sea 24 Aug 1944 and assisted in the sinking of U989 off the Faeroes on 14 Feb 1945. Sold and broken up in 1960.
BHLOFA001  HMS Loch Fada. K390. Lead ship of the Loch Class Frigates. Launched 14 December 1943. Attached to 2nd Escort Group which was detailed to guard the Western Approaches of the British Isles. She was involved in the sinking of the U-boats U-327 and U-1018 using depth charges on 27 February 1945 near Penzance, Cornwall. From 1946 onwards she was attached to the Londonderry Flotilla until refitting at Portsmouth in 1953. Thereafter she operated in the Persian Gulf. Served on fishery protection during the first Cod War and in the Far East and was involved in the Indonesian Confrontation. Finally scrapped in 1970. BHLOFI001  HMS Loch Foinn/HMS Largo Bay.  K423/F423.  Bay-class anti-aircraft Frigate. Launched 3 Oct 1944.  She was originally laid down as the Loch-class vessel ''Loch Foin''. Scrapped 11 July 1958. BHLOFI002  HMS Loch Foinn/HMS Largo Bay.  K423/F423.  Bay-class anti-aircraft Frigate. Launched 3 Oct 1944.  She was originally laid down as the Loch-class vessel ''Loch Foin''. Scrapped 11 July 1958. BHLOKI001  HMS Loch Kilbernie/HMS Mounts Bay (K627). Bay-class anti-aircraft Frigate. Launched in 1945, she had originally been laid down as the Loch-class vessel Loch Kilbirnie. She was sold to Portugal in 1961.
BHLOKT001  HMS Loch Killisport. K628/F628. Loch Class Frigate. Launched July 1944. Scrapped in March 1970. BHLOLI001  HMS Loch Tarbert. K431. Loch Class Frigate. Launched Oct 1944. Scrapped 18 September 1959. BHLORU001  HMS Loch Ruthven. K645. Loch Class Frigate. Launched June 1944. Decommissioned March 1963. Scrapped 1966. DMGABBARD001001  HMS Gabbard.  D47.  Battle Class Destroyer.  Launched March 1945.  Sold to Pakistan 1957 and re-named 'Badr'.  Heavily damaged by Indian warships during Indo-Pakistan War.
DMGABBARD002001  HMS Gabbard.  D47.  Battle Class Destroyer.  Launched March 1945.  Sold to Pakistan 1957 and re-named 'Badr'.  Heavily damaged by Indian warships during Indo-Pakistan War. DMGABBARD003001  HMS Gabbard.  D47.  Battle Class Destroyer.  Launched March 1945.  Sold to Pakistan 1957 and re-named 'Badr'.  Heavily damaged by Indian warships during Indo-Pakistan War. DMGABBARD004001  HMS Gabbard.  D47.  Battle Class Destroyer.  Launched March 1945.  Sold to Pakistan 1957 and re-named 'Badr'.  Heavily damaged by Indian warships during Indo-Pakistan War. DMGALATEA001001  HMS Galatea.   71.  Light cruiser of the Arethusa class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered	21 Mar 1933.  Laid down 2 Jun 1933.  Launched 9 Aug 1934.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1935.  Torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U-557 about 35 nautical miles west of Alexandria, Egypt.
DMGALATEA002001  HMS Galatea.   71.  Light cruiser of the Arethusa class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered	21 Mar 1933.  Laid down 2 Jun 1933.  Launched 9 Aug 1934.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1935.  Torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U-557 about 35 nautical miles west of Alexandria, Egypt. DMGALATEA003001  HMS Galatea.   71.  Light cruiser of the Arethusa class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered	21 Mar 1933.  Laid down 2 Jun 1933.  Launched 9 Aug 1934.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1935.  Torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U-557 about 35 nautical miles west of Alexandria, Egypt. DMGALATEA004001  HMS Galatea.   71.  Light cruiser of the Arethusa class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered	21 Mar 1933.  Laid down 2 Jun 1933.  Launched 9 Aug 1934.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1935.  Torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U-557 about 35 nautical miles west of Alexandria, Egypt. DMGALATEA005001  HMS Galatea.   71.  Light cruiser of the Arethusa class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered	21 Mar 1933.  Laid down 2 Jun 1933.  Launched 9 Aug 1934.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1935.  Torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U-557 about 35 nautical miles west of Alexandria, Egypt.
DMGALATEA006001  HMS Galatea.   71.  Light cruiser of the Arethusa class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered	21 Mar 1933.  Laid down 2 Jun 1933.  Launched 9 Aug 1934.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1935.  Torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U-557 about 35 nautical miles west of Alexandria, Egypt. DMGALLANT001001  HMS Gallant.  H59.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down	15 Sep 1934.  Launched 26 Sep 1935.  Commissioned 25 Feb  1936.  Damaged by a mine 10 Jan 1941 about 25 nautical miles south-west of Pantelleria.  Lost her bow and was taken in tow to Malta by HMS Mohawk.  She was destroyed there during an air raid on 5 April 1942 and declared a constructive total loss andwas finally sunk as a blockship at St. Paul`s Bay in September 1943. DMGALLANT002001  HMS Gallant.  H59.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down	15 Sep 1934.  Launched 26 Sep 1935.  Commissioned 25 Feb  1936.  Damaged by a mine 10 Jan 1941 about 25 nautical miles south-west of Pantelleria.  Lost her bow and was taken in tow to Malta by HMS Mohawk.  She was destroyed there during an air raid on 5 April 1942 and declared a constructive total loss andwas finally sunk as a blockship at St. Paul`s Bay in September 1943. DMGALLANT003001  HMS Gallant.  H59.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down	15 Sep 1934.  Launched 26 Sep 1935.  Commissioned 25 Feb  1936.  Damaged by a mine 10 Jan 1941 about 25 nautical miles south-west of Pantelleria.  Lost her bow and was taken in tow to Malta by HMS Mohawk.  She was destroyed there during an air raid on 5 April 1942 and declared a constructive total loss andwas finally sunk as a blockship at St. Paul`s Bay in September 1943.
DMGAMBIA001001  HMS Gambia.  C48.  Crown Colony Class Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1940.  Loaned to RNZN 1943-1946.  Paid off Dec 1960.  Broken up 1968. DMGAMBIA002001  HMS Gambia.  C48.  Crown Colony Class Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1940.  Loaned to RNZN 1943-1946.  Paid off Dec 1960.  Broken up 1968. DMGAMBIA003001  HMS Gambia.  C48.  Crown Colony Class Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1940.  Loaned to RNZN 1943-1946.  Paid off Dec 1960.  Broken up 1968. DMGAMBIA004001  HMS Gambia.  C48.  Crown Colony Class Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1940.  Loaned to RNZN 1943-1946.  Paid off Dec 1960.  Broken up 1968.
DMGAMBIA005001  HMS Gambia.  C48.  Crown Colony Class Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1940.  Loaned to RNZN 1943-1946.  Paid off Dec 1960.  Broken up 1968. DMGAMBIA006001  HMS Gambia.  C48.  Crown Colony Class Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1940.  Loaned to RNZN 1943-1946.  Paid off Dec 1960.  Broken up 1968. DMGAMBIA007001  HMS Gambia.  C48.  Crown Colony Class Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1940.  Loaned to RNZN 1943-1946.  Paid off Dec 1960.  Broken up 1968. DMGARDENIA001001  HMS Gardenia.  M99/ K99.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by	William Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Jul 1939. Laid down	20 Sep 1939.  Launched 10 Apr 1940.  Commissioned 24 May 1940.  Sunk off Oran, Algeria 9 Nov 1942 in a collision with the minesweeping trawler HMS Fluellen.
DMGARDINER001001  HMS Gardiner.  K478.  Former name USS O'Toole.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered 25 Jan 1942.  Laid down 20 May 1943.  Launched 8 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 28 Sep 1943.   Returned to the USN at Boston on 12 February 1946. Scrapped in June 1947. DMGARLAND001001  HMS Garland. H37, also known by her Polish designation ORP Garland.  G-class destroyer . During most of the World War II she served in the Polish Navy. DMGARLAND002001  HMS Garland. H37, also known by her Polish designation ORP Garland.  G-class destroyer . During most of the World War II she served in the Polish Navy. DMGARLAND003001  HMS Garland. H37, also known by her Polish designation ORP Garland.  G-class destroyer . During most of the World War II she served in the Polish Navy.
DMGARLIES001001  HMS Garlies.  K475.  Former name USS Fleming.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered 25 Jan 1942.  Laid down	7 Apr 1943.  Launched	19 May 1943.  Commissioned 13 Sep 1943.  Returned to the US on 20 August 1945 at Chatham, England, and commissioned into the USN as Garlies (DE-271) the same day. DMGARRY001001  HMS Garry.  T63.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Axe class.  Built by Smith's Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Launched 1 Jun 1916.  Sold in 1946. DMGARTH001001  HMS Garth.  L20.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 21 Mar 1939.  Laid down 8 Jun 1939. Launched 14 Feb 1940.  Commissioned	1 Jul 1940.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 25 August 1958. DMGARTH002001  HMS Garth.  L20.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 21 Mar 1939.  Laid down 8 Jun 1939. Launched 14 Feb 1940.  Commissioned	1 Jul 1940.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 25 August 1958.
DMGASCOYNE001001  HMAS Gascoyne.  K354/F354.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by	Morts Dock & Enginering Co. Ltd. (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia).  Ordered 16 Aug 1941.  Laid down 3 Jul 1942.  Launched	20 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 18 Nov 1943.  Decommissioned 1 February 1966.  Sold to be broken up for scrap 15 February 1972. DMGATESHEAD001001  HMS Gateshead.  T288/P288.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by	George T. Davie & Sons Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered	8 Aug 1941.  Laid down 12 Dec 1941.  Launched 1 Aug 1942.  Commissioned	11 May 1943.  Scrapped 13 October 1959. DMGAVOTTE001001  HMS Gavotte.  T115.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler of the Dance class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Sep 1939.  Laid down 8 Dec 1939.  Launched 7 May 1940.  Commissioned 24 Aug 1940.  Transferred to the Italian Navy in March 1946. DMGAZELLE001001  HMS Gazelle.  J342.  Minesweeper of the Auk class.  Built by Savannah Machinery and Foundry Co. (Savannah, Georgia, U.S.A.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1941.  Laid down 2 Jul 1942.  Launched 10 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 28 Jul 1943.  Returned to the United States Navy in December 1946.
DMGENISTA001001  HMS Genista.  K200.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered	8 Apr 1940.  Laid down 15 Feb 1941. Launched 24 Jul 1941.  Commissioned	8 Dec 1941.  Sold in 1947.  Became a weather ship.  Srapped in 1961. DMGENTIAN001001  HMS Gentian.  K90. Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 19 Sep 1939.  Laid down 20 Apr 1940.  Launched 6 Aug 1940.  Commissioned	20 Sep 1940.  Scrapped at Purfleet on 21 August 1947. DMGEORGETOWN001001  HMS Georgetown.  I40.  Former name USS Maddox.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Fore River Shipbuilding Co. (Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 20 Jul 1918.  Launched 27 Oct 1918.  Commissioned 23 Sep 1940.  Sept 1942, transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy. Returned, to the United Kingdom in December 1943 and placed into Reserve. Aug 1944 turned over to the Soviet Navy.    Former name	USS Maddox (DD 168) Career notes	to Soviet Union as USSR Zostkij DMGIPSY001001  HMS Gipsy.  H63.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by	Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 5 Sep 1934.  Launched 7 Nov 1935.  Commissioned	22 Feb 1936.  Mined and sunk in the channel to Harwich Harbour 21 Nov 1939.
DMGIPSY002001  HMS Gipsy.  H63.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by	Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 5 Sep 1934.  Launched 7 Nov 1935.  Commissioned	22 Feb 1936.  Mined and sunk in the channel to Harwich Harbour 21 Nov 1939. DMGIPSY003001  HMS Gipsy.  H63.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by	Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 5 Sep 1934.  Launched 7 Nov 1935.  Commissioned	22 Feb 1936.  Mined and sunk in the channel to Harwich Harbour 21 Nov 1939. DMGIPSY004001  HMS Gipsy.  H63.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by	Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 5 Sep 1934.  Launched 7 Nov 1935.  Commissioned	22 Feb 1936.  Mined and sunk in the channel to Harwich Harbour 21 Nov 1939. DMGIRDLENESS001001  HMS Girdle Ness.  A387.   Built as Landing Craft Masintenance Ship (Victory Ship)  Completed September 1945.  Re-built 1956 as Guided Missile Trial Ship and in 1962 became Accommodation Ship.
DMGIRDLENESS002001  HMS Girdle Ness.  A387.   Built as Landing Craft Masintenance Ship (Victory Ship)  Completed September 1945.  Re-built 1956 as Guided Missile Trial Ship and in 1962 became Accommodation Ship. DMGIRDLENESS003001  HMS Girdle Ness.  A387.   Built as Landing Craft Masintenance Ship (Victory Ship)  Completed September 1945.  Re-built 1956 as Guided Missile Trial Ship and in 1962 became Accommodation Ship. DMGIRLVIOLET001001  HMS Girl Violet.   Admiralty Requisitione Drifter.  Commissioned March 1940.  Employed as Examination Vessel.   Returned Nov 1945. DMGLACEBAY001001  HMCS Glace Bay.  K414.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by George T. Davie & Sons Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered Jun 1942.  Laid down 23 Sep 1943.  Launched 26 Apr 1944.  Commissioned 2 Sep 1944.  Decommissioned 17 November 1945.  Sold to Chile in 1946 and renamed Esmeralda.
DMGLAISDALE001001  HNoMS Glaisdale. L44/D309. Hunt Class Destroyer. Launched Jan 1942.  Served post war from 10 August 1946 until 1961 being renamed HNoMS Narvik  D309. DMGLAISDALE002001  HNoMS Glaisdale. L44/D309. Hunt Class Destroyer. Launched Jan 1942.  Served post war from 10 August 1946 until 1961 being renamed HNoMS Narvik  D309. DMGLASGOW001001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW002001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958.
DMGLASGOW003001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW004001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW005001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW006001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958.
DMGLASGOW007001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW008001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW009001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW010001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958.
DMGLASGOW011001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW012001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW013001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW014001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958.
DMGLASGOW015001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW016001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW017001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW018001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958.
DMGLASGOW019001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW020001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW021001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLASGOW022001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958.
DMGLASGOW023001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DMGLEANER001001  HMS Gleaner.  J83.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class. Fitted out as a Survey Ship but converted to Minesweeper on the outbreak of war.  Built by William Gray & Co. (Hartepool, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Mar 1936.  Laid down 17 Jun 1936.  Launched 10 Jun 1937.  Commissioned 30 Aug 1938.  In September 1946,  she paid off into reserve at Falmouth. Scrapped 12 May 1950. DMGLEANER002001  HMS Gleaner.  J83.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class. Fitted out as a Survey Ship but converted to Minesweeper on the outbreak of war.  Built by William Gray & Co. (Hartepool, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Mar 1936.  Laid down 17 Jun 1936.  Launched 10 Jun 1937.  Commissioned 30 Aug 1938.  In September 1946,  she paid off into reserve at Falmouth. Scrapped 12 May 1950. DMGLENROY001001  HMS Glenroy.  4.256.  Landing Ship Infantry.  Built by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. (Dundee, Scotland, U.K.).  Launched 15 Aug 1938.  Commissioned  1940.  Completed as merchant ship in December 1938.  Requisitioned by the Admiralty on 21 October 1939 and used as Fast Transport before being converted to a LSI(L) as of June 1940.  Returned to owners in August 1946.
DMGLORIOUS001001  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives. DMGLORIOUS002001  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives. DMGLORIOUS003001  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives. DMGLORIOUS004001  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives.
DMGLORIOUS005001  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives. DMGLORIOUS006001  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives. DMGLORIOUS007001  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives. DMGLORIOUS008001  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives.
DMGLORY001001  HMS Glory. R62.  Colossus-class aircraft carrier launched in 1943 and scrapped in 1961. DMGLORY002001  HMS Glory. R62.  Colossus-class aircraft carrier launched in 1943 and scrapped in 1961. DMGLORY003001  HMS Glory. R62.  Colossus-class aircraft carrier launched in 1943 and scrapped in 1961. DMGLOUCESTER001001  HMS Gloucester . Pennant No 62.   Town-class cruiser launched in 1937 and sunk off Crete in 1941. The wreck site is a protected place under the Protection of Military Remains Act.
DMGLOUCESTER002001  HMS Gloucester . Pennant No 62.   Town-class cruiser launched in 1937 and sunk off Crete in 1941. The wreck site is a protected place under the Protection of Military Remains Act. DMGLOUCESTER003001  HMS Gloucester . Pennant No 62.   Town-class cruiser launched in 1937 and sunk off Crete in 1941. The wreck site is a protected place under the Protection of Military Remains Act. DMGLOUCESTER004001  HMS Gloucester . Pennant No 62.   Town-class cruiser launched in 1937 and sunk off Crete in 1941. The wreck site is a protected place under the Protection of Military Remains Act. DMGLOWWORM001001  HMS Glowworm. H92.   G-class Destroyer.Launched July 1935 and initially served in the Mediterranean. She fought an unequal engagement with the German cruiser Admiral Hipper on 8 April 1940, being heavily damaged before ramming the Admiral Hipper, and then sinking.
DMGLOWWORM002001  HMS Glowworm. H92.   G-class Destroyer.Launched July 1935 and initially served in the Mediterranean. She fought an unequal engagement with the German cruiser Admiral Hipper on 8 April 1940, being heavily damaged before ramming the Admiral Hipper, and then sinking. DMGLOWWORM003001  HMS Glowworm. H92.   G-class Destroyer.Launched July 1935 and initially served in the Mediterranean. She fought an unequal engagement with the German cruiser Admiral Hipper on 8 April 1940, being heavily damaged before ramming the Admiral Hipper, and then sinking. DMGLOWWORM004001  HMS Glowworm. H92.   G-class Destroyer.Launched July 1935 and initially served in the Mediterranean. She fought an unequal engagement with the German cruiser Admiral Hipper on 8 April 1940, being heavily damaged before ramming the Admiral Hipper, and then sinking. DMGLOWWORM005001  HMS Glowworm. H92.   G-class Destroyer.Launched July 1935 and initially served in the Mediterranean. She fought an unequal engagement with the German cruiser Admiral Hipper on 8 April 1940, being heavily damaged before ramming the Admiral Hipper, and then sinking.
DMGLOWWORM006001  HMS Glowworm. H92.   G-class Destroyer.Launched July 1935 and initially served in the Mediterranean. She fought an unequal engagement with the German cruiser Admiral Hipper on 8 April 1940, being heavily damaged before ramming the Admiral Hipper, and then sinking. DMGLOXINIA001001  HMS Gloxinia.  K22.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 19 Sep 1939.  Laid down 21 Mar 1940.  Launched 2 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 22 Aug 1940.  Scrapped at Purfleet on 15 July 1947. DMGOATFELL001001  HMS Goatfell.  Built as  Paddle Steamer Caledonia.  Requisitioned 1939 - 1946 and remamed HMS Goatfell.  Built by: William Denny and Brothers, Dumbarton.  Launched: 1 Feb 1934.  Her wartime service continued after 1941 as an anti aircraft ship.  In 1946 Caledonia was returned to her owners. July 1980 Scrapped. DMGOATHLAND001001  HMS Goathland.  L27.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered	28 Jul 1940.  Laid down 30 Jan 1941.  Launched	3 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 6 Nov 1942.  Heavily damaged by mines off Normandy on 24 July 1944, declared a constructive total loss and not repaired.  Scrapped at Troon in February 1946.
DMGODETIA001001  HMS Godetia.  K226.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by John Crown & Sons Ltd. (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 24 Aug 1940.  Laid down 15 Jan 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 23 Feb 1942.  Name changed from HMS Dart prior to commissioning. Crewed by Belgian sailors for the duration of the Second World War.  Sold on 22 May 1947 and scrapped. DMGODETIA002001  HMS Godetia.  K226.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by John Crown & Sons Ltd. (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 24 Aug 1940.  Laid down 15 Jan 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 23 Feb 1942.  Name changed from HMS Dart prior to commissioning. Crewed by Belgian sailors for the duration of the Second World War.  Sold on 22 May 1947 and scrapped. DMGODETIA003001  HMS Godetia.  K226.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by John Crown & Sons Ltd. (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 24 Aug 1940.  Laid down 15 Jan 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 23 Feb 1942.  Name changed from HMS Dart prior to commissioning. Crewed by Belgian sailors for the duration of the Second World War.  Sold on 22 May 1947 and scrapped. DMGOLDENFLEECE001001  HMS Golden Fleece. J376. Algerine Class Minesweeper. Launched Feb 1944. Served in the East Indies and Pacific at the end of the war. Returned through the Mediterranean to Devonport (Plymouth) arriving there on 10 September 1946. Scrapped at Llanelli, Wales, 8 August 1960.
DMGOLDENSUNBEAM001001  HMS Golden Sunbeam.  Requisitioned Nov 1939.  Employed as an Auxiliary Patrol Vessel. Lost in collision off Dungeness 19 Aug 1943. DMGOODALL001001  HMS Goodall.  K479.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered 25 Jan 1942.  Laid down	20 May 1943.  Launched	8 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 4 Oct 1943.  Torpedoed and sunk  29 Apr1945  by U-286. DMGORE001001  HMS Gore.  K481.  Former name USS Hertzog.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered 25 Jan 1942.  Laid down 20 May 1943.  Launched	8 Jul 1943.  Commissioned	14 Oct 1943.  Returned to USN on 2 May 1946, sold on 10 June 1947. DMGORGON001001  HMS Gorgon.  J346.  Minesweeper of the Auk class.  Built by Savannah Machinery and Foundry Co. (Savannah, Georgia, U.S.A.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1941.  Laid down 15 Aug 1942.  Launched 24 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 28 Aug 1943.  Returned to the United States Navy in December 1946.
DMGORLESTON001001  HMS Gorleston. Y92. Banff Class Sloop. Launched Nov 1929. Formerly USCG Itasca. Acquired on lend-lease. She was returned to the United States on 23 April 1946. Her recommissioning was cancelled and she was sold on 4 Octobe DMGORREGAN001001  HMS Gorregan.   T387.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Ardrossan Dockyard (Ardrossan, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jul 1942.  Laid down 10 May 1943.  Launched 30 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 16 Jun 1944.  Scrapped in October 1957. DMGORREGAN002001  HMS Gorregan.   T387.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Ardrossan Dockyard (Ardrossan, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jul 1942.  Laid down 10 May 1943.  Launched 30 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 16 Jun 1944.  Scrapped in October 1957. DMGORREGAN003001  HMS Gorregan.   T387.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Ardrossan Dockyard (Ardrossan, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jul 1942.  Laid down 10 May 1943.  Launched 30 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 16 Jun 1944.  Scrapped in October 1957.
DMGOSSAMER001001  HMS Gossamer  N12.  Ex Miner II.  Controlled Minelayer.   Ordered19 Sep 1938.  Laid down 22 Dec 1938.  Launched 18 Sep 1939.  Commissioned 19 Jan 1940.  Renamed Gossamer 1949 and became Mine Location Vessel and Torpedo Trials Vessel.  Sunk as a Target 1950 DMGOSSAMER002001  HMS Gossamer.  N12/J63.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.   Built by William Hamilton & Co. (Port Glasgow, Scotland): A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 16 Jul 1936.  Laid down 2 Nov 1936.  Launched 5 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 31 Mar 1938.  Sunk by German aircraft off the Kola Inlet, Russia 24 Jun 1942. DMGOSSAMER003001  HMS Gossamer  N12.  Ex Miner II.  Controlled Minelayer.   Ordered19 Sep 1938.  Laid down 22 Dec 1938.  Launched 18 Sep 1939.  Commissioned 19 Jan 1940.  Renamed Gossamer 1949 and became Mine Location Vessel and Torpedo Trials Vessel.  Sunk as a Target 1950 DMGOZO001001  HMS Gozo.  J287.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 9 Dec 1941.  Laid down 5 Aug 1942.  Launched 27 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 2 Oct 1943.  Returned to the United States Navy on 10 December 1946.  Sold to Greece in October 1948.
DMGRAEMSAY002001  HMS Graemsay. J291/DV10. Isle Class Trawler.  Launched Aug 1942. Served as Minesweeping Trawler and later converted to Wreck Dispersal Vessel. DMGRAFTON001001  HMS Grafton.  H89.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 30 Aug 1934.  Launched 18 Sep 1935.  Commissioned 20 Mar 1936. Sshe was torpedoed by the German submarine U-62 and scuttled later by HMS Ivanhoe. DMGRAFTON002001  HMS Grafton.  H89.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 30 Aug 1934.  Launched 18 Sep 1935.  Commissioned 20 Mar 1936. Sshe was torpedoed by the German submarine U-62 and scuttled later by HMS Ivanhoe. DMGRAFTON003001  HMS Grafton.  H89.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 30 Aug 1934.  Launched 18 Sep 1935.  Commissioned 20 Mar 1936. Sshe was torpedoed by the German submarine U-62 and scuttled later by HMS Ivanhoe.
DMGRANBY001001  HMCS Granby.  J264/180.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Laid down 17 Dec 1940.  Launched 6 Sep 1941. Commissioned 2 May 1942.  Decommissioned on 31 July 1945.  Recommissioned in 1953 with penant number 180.  Decommissioned 1n 1966. DMGRAVELINES001001  HMS Gravelines. D24.  Battle-class Destroyer. Launched on 30 November 1944 and commissioned on 14 June 1946. Scrapped 1961. DMGRAVELINES002001  HMS Gravelines. D24.  Battle-class Destroyer. Launched on 30 November 1944 and commissioned on 14 June 1946. Scrapped 1961. DMGRECIAN001001  HMS Grecian.  J352.  Minesweeper of the Auk class.  Built by Savannah Machinery and Foundry Co. (Savannah, Georgia, U.S.A.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1941.  Laid down 7 Sep 1942.  Launched 10 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 22 Sep 1943.  Returned to the United States Navy in January 1947.  Transferred to Turkey in January 1947 and renamed Edincik.
DMGREENWICH001001  HMS Greenwich.  F10.  Destroyer Depot Ship.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd  for the Greek Navy but  taken over on the stocks by the Admiralty in 1915.  Launched 5 Jul 1915.   Commissioned Jul 1916.  Served as Destroyer Depot Ship at Scapa Flow during 1939-1941. Served at Canada and Iceland in 1942 before returning to home waters.  Sold into merchantile service in 1947 being renamed Hembury. DMGRENADE001001  HMS Grenade. H86/K86.  G-class Destroyer.  Launched on 12 November 1935.  Attacked by German Ju-87 dive bombers as she evacuated Allied troops during the Battle of Dunkirk and sank in the English Channel on 29 May 1940 DMGRENADE002001  HMS Grenade. H86/K86.  G-class Destroyer.  Launched on 12 November 1935.  Attacked by German Ju-87 dive bombers as she evacuated Allied troops during the Battle of Dunkirk and sank in the English Channel on 29 May 1940 DMGRENADE003001  HMS Grenade. H86/K86.  G-class Destroyer.  Launched on 12 November 1935.  Attacked by German Ju-87 dive bombers as she evacuated Allied troops during the Battle of Dunkirk and sank in the English Channel on 29 May 1940
DMGRENADE004001  HMS Grenade. H86/K86.  G-class Destroyer.  Launched on 12 November 1935.  Attacked by German Ju-87 dive bombers as she evacuated Allied troops during the Battle of Dunkirk and sank in the English Channel on 29 May 1940 DMGRENVILLE001001  HMS Grenville.   R97/F197.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 1 Nov 1941.  Launched 12 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 27  May 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Rochester in 1983. DMGRENVILLE002001  HMS Grenville.  H03.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 29 Sep 1934.  Launched 15 Aug 1935.  Commissioned 1 Jul 1936.   Mined 19 Jan 1940 in the Thames estuary. DMGRENVILLE003001  HMS Grenville.  H03.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 29 Sep 1934.  Launched 15 Aug 1935.  Commissioned 1 Jul 1936.   Mined 19 Jan 1940 in the Thames estuary.
DMGRENVILLE004001  HMS Grenville.  H03.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 29 Sep 1934.  Launched 15 Aug 1935.  Commissioned 1 Jul 1936.   Mined 19 Jan 1940 in the Thames estuary. DMGRENVILLE005001  HMS Grenville.  H03.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 29 Sep 1934.  Launched 15 Aug 1935.  Commissioned 1 Jul 1936.   Mined 19 Jan 1940 in the Thames estuary. DMGRENVILLE006001  HMS Grenville.  H03.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 29 Sep 1934.  Launched 15 Aug 1935.  Commissioned 1 Jul 1936.   Mined 19 Jan 1940 in the Thames estuary. DMGRENVILLE007001  HMS Grenville.  H03.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 29 Sep 1934.  Launched 15 Aug 1935.  Commissioned 1 Jul 1936.   Mined 19 Jan 1940 in the Thames estuary.
DMGRENVILLE008001  HMS Grenville.   R97/F197.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 1 Nov 1941.  Launched 12 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 27  May 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Rochester in 1983. DMGRENVILLE009001  HMS Grenville.   R97/F197.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 1 Nov 1941.  Launched 12 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 27  May 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Rochester in 1983. DMGRENVILLE010001  HMS Grenville.   R97/F197.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 1 Nov 1941.  Launched 12 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 27  May 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Rochester in 1983. DMGRENVILLE011001  HMS Grenville.   R97/F197.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 1 Nov 1941.  Launched 12 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 27  May 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Rochester in 1983.
DMGRENVILLE012001  HMS Grenville.   R97/F197.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 1 Nov 1941.  Launched 12 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 27  May 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Rochester in 1983. DMGRENVILLE013001  HMS Grenville.   R97/F197.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 1 Nov 1941.  Launched 12 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 27  May 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Rochester in 1983. DMGRENVILLE015001  HMS Grenville.   R97/F197.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 1 Nov 1941.  Launched 12 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 27  May 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Rochester in 1983. DMGRENVILLE016001  HMS Grenville.   R97/F197.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 1 Nov 1941.  Launched 12 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 27  May 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Rochester in 1983.
DMGRENVILLE017001  HMS Grenville.   R97/F197.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 1 Nov 1941.  Launched 12 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 27  May 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Rochester in 1983. DMGRENVILLE018001  HMS Grenville.   R97/F197.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 1 Nov 1941.  Launched 12 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 27  May 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Rochester in 1983. DMGREYGOOSE001001  HMS SGB 9/Grey Goose.   S309.   Steam Gunboat of the SGB class.   Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Nov 1940.  Laid down	23 Jan 1941.  Launched 14 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 4 Jul 1942.  Renamed Grey Goose in 1943.  Fast minesweeper in 1944.  Trials vessel in 1952.  Hulked in 1958. DMGREYGOOSE002001  HMS SGB 9/Grey Goose.   S309.   Steam Gunboat of the SGB class.   Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Nov 1940.  Laid down	23 Jan 1941.  Launched 14 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 4 Jul 1942.  Renamed Grey Goose in 1943.  Fast minesweeper in 1944.  Trials vessel in 1952.  Hulked in 1958.
DMGREYHOUND001001  HMS Greyhound.   H05.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 20 Sep 1934.  Launched 15 Aug 1935   Commissioned 31 Jan 1936.   22 May 1941 was bombed and sunk by bombs from German Stuka (Ju-87) dive bombers in the Kithera Channel Greece, during the battle for Crete. DMGREYHOUND002001  HMS Greyhound.   H05.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 20 Sep 1934.  Launched 15 Aug 1935   Commissioned 31 Jan 1936.   22 May 1941 was bombed and sunk by bombs from German Stuka (Ju-87) dive bombers in the Kithera Channel Greece, during the battle for Crete. DMGREYHOUND003001  HMS Greyhound.   H05.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 20 Sep 1934.  Launched 15 Aug 1935   Commissioned 31 Jan 1936.   22 May 1941 was bombed and sunk by bombs from German Stuka (Ju-87) dive bombers in the Kithera Channel Greece, during the battle for Crete. DMGREYHOUND004001  HMS Greyhound.   H05.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 20 Sep 1934.  Launched 15 Aug 1935   Commissioned 31 Jan 1936.   22 May 1941 was bombed and sunk by bombs from German Stuka (Ju-87) dive bombers in the Kithera Channel Greece, during the battle for Crete.
DMGREYHOUND005001  HMS Greyhound.   H05.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down 20 Sep 1934.  Launched 15 Aug 1935   Commissioned 31 Jan 1936.   22 May 1941 was bombed and sunk by bombs from German Stuka (Ju-87) dive bombers in the Kithera Channel Greece, during the battle for Crete. DMGRIFFIN001001  HMS Griffin.  H31.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down	20 Sep 1934.  Launched 15 Aug 1935.  Commissioned 6 Jun 1936.  Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy as HMCS Ottawa on 20 March 1943. Decommissioned on 31 October 1945 and scrapped in January 1946. DMGRIFFIN002001  HMS Griffin.  H31.  Destroyer of the G class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Mar 1934.  Laid down	20 Sep 1934.  Launched 15 Aug 1935.  Commissioned 6 Jun 1936.  Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy as HMCS Ottawa on 20 March 1943. Decommissioned on 31 October 1945 and scrapped in January 1946. DMGRILSE001001  HMS Grilse.  T368/FY263.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler of the Fish class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd.  Ordered 2 Jun 1942.  Laid down 24 Dec 1942.  Launched 6 Apr 1943. Commissioned 5 Jul 1943.  Sold in June 1946.
DMGRIMSBY001001  HMS Grimsby. U16.  Grimsby class sloop commissioned in 1934 and sunk in 1941. DMGRIMSBY002001  HMS Grimsby. U16.  Grimsby class sloop commissioned in 1934 and sunk in 1941. DMGRINDALL001001  HMS Grindall.  K477.  Former name USS Sanders.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered 25 Jan 1942.  Laid down 23 Apr 1943. Launched 4 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 23 Sep 1943. DMGUARDIAN001001  HMS Guardian. Net Laying and Photographic Ship built in 1932 and scrapped in 1962. She served in the Indian Ocean between 1941 and 1942. She then returned to Gibraltar to take part in the invasion of Algeria at Oran (Mers-el-Kebir) in 1942. Taken out of reserve in 1952 and refitted and modernised. Completed in 1954 and retuned to mothballs.
DMGUARDIAN002001  HMS Guardian. Net Laying and Photographic Ship built in 1932 and scrapped in 1962. She served in the Indian Ocean between 1941 and 1942. She then returned to Gibraltar to take part in the invasion of Algeria at Oran (Mers-el-Kebir) in 1942. Taken out of reserve in 1952 and refitted and modernised. Completed in 1954 and retuned to mothballs. DMGUARDIAN003001  HMS Guardian. Net Laying and Photographic Ship built in 1932 and scrapped in 1962. She served in the Indian Ocean between 1941 and 1942. She then returned to Gibraltar to take part in the invasion of Algeria at Oran (Mers-el-Kebir) in 1942. Taken out of reserve in 1952 and refitted and modernised. Completed in 1954 and retuned to mothballs. DMGUARDIAN004001  HMS Guardian. Net Laying and Photographic Ship built in 1932 and scrapped in 1962. She served in the Indian Ocean between 1941 and 1942. She then returned to Gibraltar to take part in the invasion of Algeria at Oran (Mers-el-Kebir) in 1942. Taken out of reserve in 1952 and refitted and modernised. Completed in 1954 and retuned to mothballs. DMGUILLEMOT001001  HMS Guillemot.  L89/K89.  Patrol vessel of the Kingfisher class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 6 Apr 1938.  Laid down 22 Aug 1938.  Launched 6 Jul 1939.  Commissioned 28 Oct 1939.  Sold 6 June 1950.
DMGURKHA001001  HMS Gurkha.   L20/F20.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down 6 Jul 1936.  Launched 7 Jul 1937.  Commissioned 21 Oct 1938.   Bombed and sunk by German Ju88's and Heinkel He111's off Norway 9 Apr 1940. DMGURKHA002001  HMS Gurkha.   L20/F20.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down 6 Jul 1936.  Launched 7 Jul 1937.  Commissioned 21 Oct 1938.   Bombed and sunk by German Ju88's and Heinkel He111's off Norway 9 Apr 1940. DMGURKHA003001  HMS Gurkha.   L20/F20.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down 6 Jul 1936.  Launched 7 Jul 1937.  Commissioned 21 Oct 1938.   Bombed and sunk by German Ju88's and Heinkel He111's off Norway 9 Apr 1940. DMGURKHA004001  HMS Gurkha.   L20/F20.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down 6 Jul 1936.  Launched 7 Jul 1937.  Commissioned 21 Oct 1938.   Bombed and sunk by German Ju88's and Heinkel He111's off Norway 9 Apr 1940.
DMGURKHA005001  HMS Gurkha.   L20/F20.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down 6 Jul 1936.  Launched 7 Jul 1937.  Commissioned 21 Oct 1938.   Bombed and sunk by German Ju88's and Heinkel He111's off Norway 9 Apr 1940. DMGURKHA006001  HMS Gurkha.   L20/F20.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down 6 Jul 1936.  Launched 7 Jul 1937.  Commissioned 21 Oct 1938.   Bombed and sunk by German Ju88's and Heinkel He111's off Norway 9 Apr 1940. DMGUYSBOROUGH001001  HMCS Guysborough.  J52.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Laid down as HMS Guysborough but transferred to Canada on completion.  Built by	North Vancouver Ship Repairs Ltd. (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada).  Ordered 28 Nov 1940.  Laid down 28 May 1941.  Launched 21 Jul 1941.  Commissioned 22 Apr 1942.  Hit by a Gnat from U-868, while escorting a convoy in the Bay of Biscay.  Sunk by a coup de grāce.     Hit by U-boat Sunk on 17 Mar 1945 by U-868 (Turre).  U-boat Attack	See our U-boat attack entry for the HMCS Guysborough Former name	HMS Guysborough DMHADLEIGHCASTLE001001  HMS Hadleigh Castle. K355/F355. Castle Class Corvette. Launched June 1943. Scrapped January 1959.
DMHAIDA001001  HMCS Haida. G63/215. Tribal-class Destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) from 1943-1963. Haida sunk more enemy surface tonnage than any other Canadian warship. DMHALCYON001001  HMS Halcyon.  J42.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Nov 1932.  Laid down 27 Mar 1933.  Launched 20 Dec 1933.  Commissioned 18 Apr 1934.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 19 April 1950. DMHALCYON002001  HMS Halcyon.  J42.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Nov 1932.  Laid down 27 Mar 1933.  Launched 20 Dec 1933.  Commissioned 18 Apr 1934.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 19 April 1950. DMHALCYON003001  HMS Halcyon.  J42.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Nov 1932.  Laid down 27 Mar 1933.  Launched 20 Dec 1933.  Commissioned 18 Apr 1934.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 19 April 1950.
DMHALDON001001  HMS Haldon.  L19.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down 16 Jan 1941.  Launched 27 Apr 1942.  Loaned to the Free French Navy and renamed La Combattante.  Claimed torpedoed and sunk east of Dungeness by the German midget submarine U-5330 but more likely sank on a mine laid on 16 February 1945 by German MTBs  off the Humber Estuary. DMHALLADALE001001  HMS Halladale.  K417.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by A & J Inglis Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 2 Oct 1942.  Laid down 25 Jun 1943.  Launched 28 Jan 1944.  Commissioned 11 May 1944.  Sold on 1 April 1949. DMHALO001001  HMS Halo.  Admiralty Drifter.  Employed on General Harbour Duties.  Launched April 1918.  Sold 1948. DMHALO002001  HMS Halo.  Admiralty Drifter.  Employed on General Harbour Duties.  Launched April 1918.  Sold 1948.
DMHALSTEAD001001  HMS Halstead.  K556.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered 10 Jan 1942.  Laid down 28 Jul 1943.  Launched 14 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 3 Nov 1943.  Torpedoed in the English Channel by a German Motor Torpedo Boat 11 June 1944. The bow was blown off. Declared a total loss and used for spare parts.  Scrapped 28 March 1947. DMHALSTEAD002001  HMS Halstead.  K556.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered 10 Jan 1942.  Laid down 28 Jul 1943.  Launched 14 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 3 Nov 1943.  Torpedoed in the English Channel by a German Motor Torpedo Boat 11 June 1944. The bow was blown off. Declared a total loss and used for spare parts.  Scrapped 28 March 1947. DMHAMBLEDON001001  MS Hambledon. L37. Hunt Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1939. Hulked in 1955. Scrapped at Tyne in September 1957. DMHARDY001001  HMS Hardy.  R08.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by	John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland). Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 14 May 1942.  Launched 18 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1943.  Lost 30 Jan 1944 when sunk by a coup de grāce by HMS Venus after being torpedoed by U 278.
DMHARDY002001  HMS Hardy.  R08.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by	John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland). Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 14 May 1942.  Launched 18 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1943.  Lost 30 Jan 1944 when sunk by a coup de grāce by HMS Venus after being torpedoed by U 278. DMHARDY003001  HMS Hardy.  R08.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by	John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland). Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 14 May 1942.  Launched 18 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1943.  Lost 30 Jan 1944 when sunk by a coup de grāce by HMS Venus after being torpedoed by U 278. DMHARDY004001  HMS Hardy.  H87.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by	Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered	5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 30 May 1935.  Launched 7 Apr 1936.  Commissioned 11 Dec 1936.  Driven ashore, capsized and sank during attack on ten German destroyers in Narvik 10 Apr 1940. DMHARDY005001  HMS Hardy.  H87.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by	Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered	5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 30 May 1935.  Launched 7 Apr 1936.  Commissioned 11 Dec 1936.  Driven ashore, capsized and sank during attack on ten German destroyers in Narvik 10 Apr 1940.
DMHARDY006001  HMS Hardy.  H87.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by	Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered	5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 30 May 1935.  Launched 7 Apr 1936.  Commissioned 11 Dec 1936.  Driven ashore, capsized and sank during attack on ten German destroyers in Narvik 10 Apr 1940. DMHARE001001  HMS Hare.  J389.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 30 Apr 1942.  Laid down	27 Nov 1943.  Launched 20 Jun 1944.  Commissioned 10 Nov 1944.  Sold to the Nigerian Navy in 1959. DMHARGOOD001001  HMS Hargood.  K582.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 27 Oct 1943.  Launched 19 Dec 1943. Commissioned	7 Feb 1944.  Returned to the USN on 23 February 1946. Scrapped. DMHARGOOD002001  HMS Hargood.  K582.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 27 Oct 1943.  Launched 19 Dec 1943. Commissioned	7 Feb 1944.  Returned to the USN on 23 February 1946. Scrapped.
DMHARMATTAN001001  HMS Harmattan.  Admiralty Drifter.  Employed on General Harbour Duties.  Launched 1918.  Sold 1948. DMHARRIER001001  HMS Harrier.  J71.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Feb 1933.  Laid down	11 Jul 1933.  Launched 17 Apr 1934.  Commissioned 9 Nov 1934.  Laid up at Parkstone Quay after being decommissioned. Sold on 6 June 1950. DMHARRIER002001  HMS Harrier.  J71.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Feb 1933.  Laid down	11 Jul 1933.  Launched 17 Apr 1934.  Commissioned 9 Nov 1934.  Laid up at Parkstone Quay after being decommissioned. Sold on 6 June 1950. DMHART001001  HMS Hart.  U58/F58.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 18 Dec 1941.  Laid down 27 Mar 1942.  Launched 7 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 12 Dec 1943.  Sold to the West German Navy in 1958.
DMHARTLANDPOINT001001  HMS Hartland Point. F25/A262. Repair Ship. Launched Nov 1944. The ship was sold for scrap on 02/1979 in Santander. DMHARTLANDPOINT002001  HMS Hartland Point. F25/A262. Repair Ship. Launched Nov 1944. The ship was sold for scrap on 02/1979 in Santander. DMHARTLANDPOINT003001  HMS Hartland Point. F25/A262. Repair Ship. Launched Nov 1944. The ship was sold for scrap on 02/1979 in Santander. DMHARVESTER001001  HMS Harvester.  H19.  Destroyer of the Havant class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Laid down	3 Jun 1938.  Launched 29 Sep 1939.  Commissioned	23 May 1940.  Requisitioned by the Royal Navy on 4 September 1939 while being built for the Brazilian Navy. Named HMS Handy, renamed HMS Harvester before completion on 27 February 1940. Sunk on 11 March 1943,  torpedoed and sunk  U-432 . Hit by U-boat Sunk on 11 Mar 1943 by U-432 (Eckhardt).
DMHARVESTER002001  HMS Harvester.  H19.  Destroyer of the Havant class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Laid down	3 Jun 1938.  Launched 29 Sep 1939.  Commissioned	23 May 1940.  Requisitioned by the Royal Navy on 4 September 1939 while being built for the Brazilian Navy. Named HMS Handy, renamed HMS Harvester before completion on 27 February 1940. Sunk on 11 March 1943,  torpedoed and sunk  U-432 . Hit by U-boat DMHARVESTER003001  HMS Harvester.  H19.  Destroyer of the Havant class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Laid down	3 Jun 1938.  Launched 29 Sep 1939.  Commissioned	23 May 1940.  Requisitioned by the Royal Navy on 4 September 1939 while being built for the Brazilian Navy. Named HMS Handy, renamed HMS Harvester before completion on 27 February 1940. Sunk on 11 March 1943,  torpedoed and sunk  U-432 . Hit by U-boat DMHASLEMERE001001  HMS Haslemere.  Requisitioned Ferry employed as a Barrage Balloon Ship.  No further data. DMHASTINGS001001  HMS Hastings. L27/U27. Hastings-class sloop launched in 1930 and broken up in 1946. Sold for breaking April 1946.
DMHASTINGS002001  HMS Hastings. L27/U27. Hastings-class sloop launched in 1930 and broken up in 1946. Sold for breaking April 1946. DMHASTY001001  HMS Hasty.  H24.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by	William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 15 Apr 1935.  Launched 5 May 1936.  Commissioned 11 Nov 1936.  Torpedoed by the German motor torpedo boat S-55 14 June 1942 and sunk about 90 nautical miles north-west of Derna, Libya. DMHASTY002001  HMS Hasty.  H24.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by	William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 15 Apr 1935.  Launched 5 May 1936.  Commissioned 11 Nov 1936.  Torpedoed by the German motor torpedo boat S-55 14 June 1942 and sunk about 90 nautical miles north-west of Derna, Libya. DMHATHERLEIGH001001  HMS Hatherleigh.  L53.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down	12 Dec 1940 .  Launched 18 Dec 1941.  Transferred to the Royal Hellenic Navy before completion and renamed Kanaris.  Returned to the Royal Navy in 1959.  Scrapped in 1960.
DMHAVANT001001  HMS Havant.  H32.  Destroyer of the Havant class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Laid down 30 Mar 1938.  Launched 17 Jul 1939.  Commissioned 19 Dec 1939.  Lost 1 Jun 1940.  Requisitioned by the Royal Navy on 4 Sept 1939 while being built for the Brazilian Navy. Named HMS Havant.  Heavily damaged by German aircraft off Dunkirk during the evacutation.  Sunk by the minesweeper HMS Saltash. DMHAVANT002001  HMS Havant.  H32.  Destroyer of the Havant class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Laid down 30 Mar 1938.  Launched 17 Jul 1939.  Commissioned 19 Dec 1939.  Lost 1 Jun 1940.  Requisitioned by the Royal Navy on 4 Sept 1939 while being built for the Brazilian Navy. Named HMS Havant.  Heavily damaged by German aircraft off Dunkirk during the evacutation.  Sunk by the minesweeper HMS Saltash. DMHAVOCK001001  HMS Havock.  H43.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 15 May 1935.  Launched 7 Jul 1936.  Commissioned 8 Jan 1937.  Grounded off Kelibia, Tunisia while on passage from Malta to Gibraltar and scuttled by her crew. Later the ship is also hit by a torpedo from the Italian submarine Aradam. DMHAWKINS001001  HMS Hawkins. D86. Cavendish Class Cruiser. Launched Oct 1917.   She was sold for scrap on 21 August 1947
DMHAWKINS002001  HMS Hawkins. D86. Cavendish Class Cruiser. Launched Oct 1917.   She was sold for scrap on 21 August 1947 DMHAWKINS003001  HMS Hawkins. D86. Cavendish Class Cruiser. Launched Oct 1917.   She was sold for scrap on 21 August 1947 DMHAWKINS004001  HMS Hawkins. D86. Cavendish Class Cruiser. Launched Oct 1917.   She was sold for scrap on 21 August 1947 DMHAWKINS005001  HMS Hawkins. D86. Cavendish Class Cruiser. Launched Oct 1917.   She was sold for scrap on 21 August 1947
DMHAWKINS006001  HMS Hawkins. D86. Cavendish Class Cruiser. Launched Oct 1917.   She was sold for scrap on 21 August 1947 DMHAWKINS007001  HMS Hawkins. D86. Cavendish Class Cruiser. Launched Oct 1917.   She was sold for scrap on 21 August 1947 DMHAWKINS008001  HMS Hawkins. D86. Cavendish Class Cruiser. Launched Oct 1917.   She was sold for scrap on 21 August 1947 DMHAWKINS009001  HMS Hawkins. D86. Cavendish Class Cruiser. Launched Oct 1917.   She was sold for scrap on 21 August 1947
DMHAWTHORN001001  HMS Hawthorn.  T32.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched 12 May 1930.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1939.  Completed 12 May 1930.  Taken over by the Admiralty in October 1935. Sold in July 1947. DMHAYDON001001  HMS Haydon.  L75.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.): Parsons.  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down 1 May 1941.  Launched 2 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 24 Oct 1942.  Scrapped at Dunston on 18 May 1958. DMHAYDON002001  HMS Haydon.  L75.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.): Parsons.  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down 1 May 1941.  Launched 2 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 24 Oct 1942.  Scrapped at Dunston on 18 May 1958. DMHAZARD001001  HMS Hazard.  J02.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by William Gray & Co. (Hartepool, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Mar 1936.  Laid down 27 May 1936.  Launched 26 Feb 1937.  Commissioned 24 Nov 1937.  Sold 22 April 1949.
DMHAZARD002001  HMS Hazard.  J02.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by William Gray & Co. (Hartepool, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Mar 1936.  Laid down 27 May 1936.  Launched 26 Feb 1937.  Commissioned 24 Nov 1937.  Sold 22 April 1949. DMHEATHER001001  HMS Heather.  K69.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 19 Sep 1939.  Laid down 22 May 1940.  Launched 17 Sep 1940.  Commissioned 1 Nov 1940.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 22 May 1947. DMHEBE001001  HMS Hebe.  J24.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Mar 1936.  Laid down 27 Apr 1936.  Launched 28 Oct 1936.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1937.  Sunk off Bari, Italy after striking a mine laid by U-453 on 11 Nov 1943. DMHEBE002001  HMS Hebe.  J24.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Mar 1936.  Laid down 27 Apr 1936.  Launched 28 Oct 1936.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1937.  Sunk off Bari, Italy after striking a mine laid by U-453 on 11 Nov 1943.
DMHECLA001001  HMS Hecla.  F20.  Destroyer Depot Ship of the Hecla class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 23 Jan 1939.  Launched 14 Mar 1940. Commissioned 6 Jan 1941. Torpedoed just after midnight on 12 Nov 1942 by U-515 and sunk west of Gibraltar. DMHEDINGHAMCASTLE001001  HMS Hedingham Castle. K 396. Castle Class Corvette. Prior to transfer to Canadian Navy and renaming 'Orangeville'.Pennant: K491/K396 (post war F386).  Built by: John Crown & Sons Ltd. Sunderland, U.K).  Launched: 30 Oct, 1944.  History: Scrapped at Granton in April 1958. Former name: HMS Gorey Castle. DMHELFORD001001  HMS Helford.  K252.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland) : Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 1 Jan 1942.  Laid down 27 Jun 1942.  Launched 6 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 26 Jun 1943.  Scrapped 29 June 1956. DMHELLISAY001001  HMS Hellisay.  T391.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Ordered 16 Apr 1943.  Laid down 17 Nov 1943.  Launched 27 Mar 1944  Commissioned 17 Jul 1944.  Sold in June 1947.
DMHELMSDALE001001  HMS Helmsdale.  K253/F253.  Frigate of the River class.  Built byn A & J Inglis Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 1 Jan 1942.  Laid down 13 Aug 1942.  Launched 5 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 15 Oct 1943.  This was one of the few turbine engined River-class frigates.  Scrapped 14 November 1957. DMHELMSDALE002001  HMS Helmsdale.  K253/F253.  Frigate of the River class.  Built byn A & J Inglis Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 1 Jan 1942.  Laid down 13 Aug 1942.  Launched 5 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 15 Oct 1943.  This was one of the few turbine engined River-class frigates.  Scrapped 14 November 1957. DMHEPATICA001001  HMS Hepatica.  K159.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Shown being built, inboard ship. Built by	Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered	22 Jan 1940.  Laid down	24 Feb 1940.  Launched 6 Jul 1940.  Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy before completion.  Decommissioned and returned to the Royal Navy on 27 June 1945.  Scrapped at Llanelly on 1 January 1948. DMHERALD001001  HMS Herald.  24-class Minesweeping Sloop launched as Merry Hampton in 1918, renamed in 1923 and converted to a survey ship. She was scuttled in 1942 at Seletar, raised by the Japanese, renamed Heiyo, and sunk by a mine in 1944.
DMHEREWARD001001  HMS Hereward.  H93.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered   5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 28 Feb 1935.  Launched 10 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 9 Dec 1936.  Bombed and sunk by German Ju-87 (Stuka) divebombers north-north-east of Plaka, Crete 29 May 1941. DMHEREWARD002001  HMS Hereward.  H93.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered   5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 28 Feb 1935.  Launched 10 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 9 Dec 1936.  Bombed and sunk by German Ju-87 (Stuka) divebombers north-north-east of Plaka, Crete 29 May 1941. DMHEREWARD003001  HMS Hereward.  H93.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered   5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 28 Feb 1935.  Launched 10 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 9 Dec 1936.  Bombed and sunk by German Ju-87 (Stuka) divebombers north-north-east of Plaka, Crete 29 May 1941. DMHEREWARD004001  HMS Hereward.  H93.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered   5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 28 Feb 1935.  Launched 10 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 9 Dec 1936.  Bombed and sunk by German Ju-87 (Stuka) divebombers north-north-east of Plaka, Crete 29 May 1941.
DMHEREWARD005001  HMS Hereward.  H93.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered   5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 28 Feb 1935.  Launched 10 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 9 Dec 1936.  Bombed and sunk by German Ju-87 (Stuka) divebombers north-north-east of Plaka, Crete 29 May 1941. DMHERMES001001  HMS Hermes.  D95.  Aircraft Carrier of the Hermes class.  Built by	Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 15 Jan 1918.  Launched 11 Sep 1919.  Commissioned 7 Jul 1923.  On 9 Apr 1942,  80 dive bombers with fighter escort diverged on Hermes  and she and her escorting Australian destroyer HMAS Vampire were sunk south-east of Trincomalee, Ceylon. DMHERMES002001  HMS Hermes.  D95.  Aircraft Carrier of the Hermes class.  Built by	Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 15 Jan 1918.  Launched 11 Sep 1919.  Commissioned 7 Jul 1923.  On 9 Apr 1942,  80 dive bombers with fighter escort diverged on Hermes  and she and her escorting Australian destroyer HMAS Vampire were sunk south-east of Trincomalee, Ceylon. DMHERMES003001  HMS Hermes.  D95.  Aircraft Carrier of the Hermes class.  Built by	Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 15 Jan 1918.  Launched 11 Sep 1919.  Commissioned 7 Jul 1923.  On 9 Apr 1942,  80 dive bombers with fighter escort diverged on Hermes  and she and her escorting Australian destroyer HMAS Vampire were sunk south-east of Trincomalee, Ceylon.
DMHERMIONE001001  HMS Hermione.   74.  Light cruiser of the Dido class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 20 Mar 1937.  Laid down 6 Oct 1937.  Launched 18 May 1939.  Commissioned 25 Mar 1941.  Sunk on 16 Jun 1942 by U-205 . DMHERO001001  HMS Hero.  H99.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down	28 Feb 1935.  Launched 10 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1936.  On 15 November 1943 HMS Hero was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy being renamed HMCS Chaudiere. Decommissioned on 17 August 1945 and scrapped in March 1946. DMHERO002001  HMS Hero.  H99.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down	28 Feb 1935.  Launched 10 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1936.  On 15 November 1943 HMS Hero was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy being renamed HMCS Chaudiere. Decommissioned on 17 August 1945 and scrapped in March 1946. DMHERO003001  HMS Hero.  H99.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down	28 Feb 1935.  Launched 10 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1936.  On 15 November 1943 HMS Hero was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy being renamed HMCS Chaudiere. Decommissioned on 17 August 1945 and scrapped in March 1946.
DMHERO004001  HMS Hero.  H99.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down	28 Feb 1935.  Launched 10 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1936.  On 15 November 1943 HMS Hero was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy being renamed HMCS Chaudiere. Decommissioned on 17 August 1945 and scrapped in March 1946. DMHERO005001  HMS Hero.  H99.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down	28 Feb 1935.  Launched 10 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1936.  On 15 November 1943 HMS Hero was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy being renamed HMCS Chaudiere. Decommissioned on 17 August 1945 and scrapped in March 1946. DMHERRING001001  HMS Herring.  T307.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler of the Fish class.  Built by	Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Ordered 17 Apr 1942.  Laid down 1 Sep 1942.  Launched 24 Dec 1942. Commissioned 15 Apr 1943.  Lost	22 Apr 1943.  HMT Herring was sunk in a collision with the French merchant Cassard 2 nautical miles north-east of Blyth. DMHESPERUS001001  HMS Hesperus.  H57.  Destroyer of the Havant class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Laid down 6 Jul 1938.  Launched 1 Aug 1939.  Commissioned	22 Jan 1940.  Requisitioned by the Royal Navy on 4 September 1939 while being built for the Brazilian Navy. Named HMS Hearty, renamed HMS Hesperus after completion on 27 February 1940.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 26 November 1946.
DMHESPERUS002001  HMS Hesperus.  H57.  Destroyer of the Havant class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Laid down 6 Jul 1938.  Launched 1 Aug 1939.  Commissioned	22 Jan 1940.  Requisitioned by the Royal Navy on 4 September 1939 while being built for the Brazilian Navy. Named HMS Hearty, renamed HMS Hesperus after completion on 27 February 1940.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 26 November 1946. DMHIBISCUS001001  HMS Hibiscus.  K24.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 19 Sep 1939.  Laid down 14 Nov 1939.  Launched 6 Apr 1940.  Commissioned	21 May 1940.  Ordered for French Navy but taken over with the fall of France.  Transferred to the USN As USS Spry on 2 May 1942 and  commissioned in the USN the same day.  Decommissioned by the USN in England on 20 August 1945 and returned to the Royal Navy on 26 August 1945.  Sold in 1947 into mercantile service as Madonna and scrapped at Hong Kong in 1955. DMHIBISCUS002001  HMS Hibiscus.  K24.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 19 Sep 1939.  Laid down 14 Nov 1939.  Launched 6 Apr 1940.  Commissioned	21 May 1940.  Ordered for French Navy but taken over with the fall of France.  Transferred to the USN As USS Spry on 2 May 1942 and  commissioned in the USN the same day.  Decommissioned by the USN in England on 20 August 1945 and returned to the Royal Navy on 26 August 1945.  Sold in 1947 into mercantile service as Madonna and scrapped at Hong Kong in 1955. DMHIGHLANDER001001  HMS Highlander.  H44.  Destroyer of the Havant class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.)  for the Brazilian Navy and named Jaguaribe.  Laid down 28 Sep 1938.  Launched 19 Oct 1939.   Commissioned 18 Mar 1940.  Requisitioned by the Royal Navy on 4 September 1939 and renamed HMS Highlander.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 27 May 1946.    Former name	Brazilian Jaguaribe
DMHILARY001001  HMS Hilary.  Requisitioned 1939 as an Ocean Boarding Vessel 1940.  Converted to HQ Ship 1943.  Allocated to Juno Beach for D Day landings at Normandy 6 Jun 1944.  Returned to owners 1946. DMHIND001001  HMS Hind.  U39.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by	William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 11 Feb 1942.  Laid down 31 Aug 1942.  Launched 30 Sep 1943. Commissioned 11 Apr 1944.  Scrapped 10 December 1958. DMHINDUSTANI001001  HMIS Hindustan.  L80/U80.  Sloop of the Folkestone class of the  Royal Indian Navy.  Built by	Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered	15 Apr 1929.  Laid down	4 Sep 1929.  Launched 12 May 1930.  Commissioned	10 Oct 1930.  Transferred to Pakistan in 1948 being renamed Karsaz. DMHOBART001001  HMAS Hobart.  D63.  Light cruiser of the Perth class of the Royal Australian Navy.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Mar 1933.  Laid down 15 Aug 1933.  Launched 9 Oct 1934. Commissioned 28 Sep 1938.  Commissioned into the Royal Navy as HMS Apollo on 13 January 1936.  On 28 September 1938 Apollo was acquired from the Royal Navy by the Royal Australian Navy.         2 Feb 1962 she was sold for scrap.
DMHOGUE001001  HMS Hogue.  R74.  Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Apr 1942.  Laid down 6 Jan 1943.  Launched	21 Apr 1944.  Commissioned 24 Jul  1945.  Struck by the Indian cruiser Mysore whilst on a night exercise which resulted in the Hogue to lose her bow. She was towed to Singapore, and owing to the amount of damage and age of the ship she was sold for scrap.  Scrapped 7 March 1962. DMHOGUE002001  HMS Hogue.  R74.  Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Apr 1942.  Laid down 6 Jan 1943.  Launched	21 Apr 1944.  Commissioned 24 Jul  1945.  Struck by the Indian cruiser Mysore whilst on a night exercise which resulted in the Hogue to lose her bow. She was towed to Singapore, and owing to the amount of damage and age of the ship she was sold for scrap. DMHOGUE003001  HMS Hogue.  R74.  Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Apr 1942.  Laid down 6 Jan 1943.  Launched	21 Apr 1944.  Commissioned 24 Jul  1945.  Struck by the Indian cruiser Mysore whilst on a night exercise which resulted in the Hogue to lose her bow. She was towed to Singapore, and owing to the amount of damage and age of the ship she was sold for scrap. DMHOLCOMBE001001  HMS Holcombe.  L56.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down 3 Mar 1941.  Launched 14 Apr 1942.   Commissioned 17 Sep 1942.  Lost 12 Dec 1943 when hit by a Gnat torpedo from the German submarine U-593 and sank north-east of Bougie, Algeria.
DMHOLCOMBE002001  HMS Holcombe.  L56.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down 3 Mar 1941.  Launched 14 Apr 1942.   Commissioned 17 Sep 1942.  Lost 12 Dec 1943 when hit by a Gnat torpedo from the German submarine U-593 and sank north-east of Bougie, Algeria. DMHOLDERNESS001001  HMS Holderness.  L48.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 21 Mar 1939.  Laid down 29 Jun 1939.  Launched 8 Feb 1940.  Commissioned 10 Aug 1940.  Scrapped at Preston on 20 November 1956. DMHOLLY001001  HMS Holly.  T19.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Launched 17 Apr 1930.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1939.  Completed on 17 May 1930.  Taken over by the Admiralty in November 1935.  Sold in 1947 and renamed Dragaberg.  Wrecked off Faeringehavn, Greenland on 28 July 1961. DMHOLMES001001  HMS Holmes.  K581.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 27 Oct 1943.  Launched 19 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 31 Jan 1944.  Returned to the USN on 3 December 1945. Sold for scrap in October 1947.
DMHOMEGUARD001001  HMS Home Guard.  T394.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler of the Military class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Mar 1943.  Laid down 17 Feb 1944.  Launched 8 Jul 1944.  Commissioned 19 Sep 1944.  Sold out od service 10 Apr 1946 and  renamed Loyal GY 344. Jan1966 sold to Northern Trawlers Limited, Grimsby. Later in 1966 sold for scrap. DMHONESTY001001  HMS Honesty.  K285.  Former name USS Caprice.   Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Kingston Shipbuilding Co. (Kingston, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 6 Oct 1941.  Launched 28 Sep 1942. Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 20 June 1946. DMHONEYSUCKLE001001  HMS Honeysuckle. K27. Flower Class Corvette. Launched April 1940. Sold for scrap 1950. DMHOOD001001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941.
DMHOOD002001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941. DMHOOD003001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941. DMHOOD004001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941. DMHOOD005001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941.
DMHOOD006001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941. DMHOOD007001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941. DMHOOD008001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941. DMHOOD009001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941.
DMHOOD010001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941. DMHOOD011001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941. DMHOOD012001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941. DMHOOD013001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941.
DMHOOD014001  HMS Hood. Pennant No 51. Battlecruiser and the pride of the Royal Navy in the interwar period and during the early period of World War II. Sunk in combat with the German battleship Bismarck at the Battle of Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941. DMHORATIO001001  HMS Horatio.  T153.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Shakespearian class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Dec 1939.  Laid down 12 Mar 1940.  Launched 8 Aug 1940. Commissioned 17 Jan 1941.  Torpedoed and sunk on 7 Jan 1943 by the German motor torpedo boat S-58 off Cape de Garde, Algeria. DMHORIZON001001  HMS Horizon.  Admiralty Drifter.  Launched 1918.  Employed as a Torpedo Recovery Vessel.  Sold 1946. DMHORIZON002001  HMS Horizon.  Admiralty Drifter.  Launched 1918.  Employed as a Torpedo Recovery Vessel.  Sold 1946.
DMHORIZON003001  HMS Horizon.  Admiralty Drifter.  Launched 1918.  Employed as a Torpedo Recovery Vessel.  Sold 1946. DMHORNBEAM001001  HMS Hornbeam.  T53.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launchedn 5 Oct 1929.  Commissioned 30 May 1939.  Completed in November 1929.  Taken over by the Admiralty in March 1939.  Sold in April 1946 and renamed Rankin.  Scrapped at Odense, Denmark in March 1960. DMHOSTILE001001  HMS Hostile.  H55.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 27 Feb 1935.  Launched	24 Jan 1936. Commissioned 10 Sep 1936.  23 Aug 1940, ran into minefield and was severly damaged and had to be sunk by HMS Hero about 20 nautical miles south-east of Cape Bon, Tunisia. DMHOSTILE002001  HMS Hostile.  H55.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 27 Feb 1935.  Launched	24 Jan 1936. Commissioned 10 Sep 1936.  23 Aug 1940, ran into minefield and was severly damaged and had to be sunk by HMS Hero about 20 nautical miles south-east of Cape Bon, Tunisia.
DMHOSTILE003001  HMS Hostile.  H55.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 27 Feb 1935.  Launched	24 Jan 1936. Commissioned 10 Sep 1936.  23 Aug 1940, ran into minefield and was severly damaged and had to be sunk by HMS Hero about 20 nautical miles south-east of Cape Bon, Tunisia. DMHOTHAM001001  HMS Hotham.  K583.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 5 Nov 1943.  Launched 22 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 8 Feb 1944.  Returned to the USN on 13 March 1946. Scrapped. DMHOTHAM002001  HMS Hotham.  K583.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 5 Nov 1943.  Launched 22 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 8 Feb 1944.  Returned to the USN on 13 March 1946. Scrapped. DMHOTSPUR001001  HMS Hotspur.  H01.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 27 Feb 1935.  Launched	23 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 29 Dec 1936.  February 1948, sold to the Dominican Republic and renamed Trujillo. In 1962 Trujillo renamed Duarte. In 1972 the old destroyer was finally discarded.
DMHOTSPUR002001  HMS Hotspur.  H01.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 27 Feb 1935.  Launched	23 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 29 Dec 1936.  February 1948, sold to the Dominican Republic and renamed Trujillo. In 1962 Trujillo renamed Duarte. In 1972 the old destroyer was finally discarded. DMHOTSPUR003001  HMS Hotspur.  H01.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 27 Feb 1935.  Launched	23 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 29 Dec 1936.  February 1948, sold to the Dominican Republic and renamed Trujillo. In 1962 Trujillo renamed Duarte. In 1972 the old destroyer was finally discarded. DMHOTSPUR004001  HMS Hotspur.  H01.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 27 Feb 1935.  Launched	23 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 29 Dec 1936.  February 1948, sold to the Dominican Republic and renamed Trujillo. In 1962 Trujillo renamed Duarte. In 1972 the old destroyer was finally discarded. DMHOUND001001  HMS Hound.  J307/M307.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered	27 May 1941.  Laid down 2 Dec 1941.  Launched 29 Jul 1942 . Commissioned	11 Dec 1942.  Scrapped 1 September 1962.
DMHOWE001 (2)001  HMS Howe. Pennant No 32.  King George V-Class Battleship. Launched April 1940. She was part of the Home Fleet in 1942 and early 1943, then joined Force H in the Mediterranean. Refitted between October 1943 and June 1944 then joined the British Pacific Fleet. After the war she was used as a training ship. DMHOWE001001  HMS Howe. Pennant No 32.  King George V-Class Battleship. Launched April 1940. She was part of the Home Fleet in 1942 and early 1943, then joined Force H in the Mediterranean. Refitted between October 1943 and June 1944 then joined the British Pacific Fleet. After the war she was used as a training ship. DMHOWE002001  HMS Howe. Pennant No 32.  King George V-Class Battleship. Launched April 1940. She was part of the Home Fleet in 1942 and early 1943, then joined Force H in the Mediterranean. Refitted between October 1943 and June 1944 then joined the British Pacific Fleet. After the war she was used as a training ship. DMHOWE003001  HMS Howe. Pennant No 32.  King George V-Class Battleship. Launched April 1940. She was part of the Home Fleet in 1942 and early 1943, then joined Force H in the Mediterranean. Refitted between October 1943 and June 1944 then joined the British Pacific Fleet. After the war she was used as a training ship.
DMHOWE004001  HMS Howe. Pennant No 32.  King George V-Class Battleship. Launched April 1940. She was part of the Home Fleet in 1942 and early 1943, then joined Force H in the Mediterranean. Refitted between October 1943 and June 1944 then joined the British Pacific Fleet. After the war she was used as a training ship. DMHOWE005001  HMS Howe. Pennant No 32.  King George V-Class Battleship. Launched April 1940. She was part of the Home Fleet in 1942 and early 1943, then joined Force H in the Mediterranean. Refitted between October 1943 and June 1944 then joined the British Pacific Fleet. After the war she was used as a training ship. DMHOWE006001  HMS Howe. Pennant No 32.  King George V-Class Battleship. Launched April 1940. She was part of the Home Fleet in 1942 and early 1943, then joined Force H in the Mediterranean. Refitted between October 1943 and June 1944 then joined the British Pacific Fleet. After the war she was used as a training ship. DMHOWE007001  HMS Howe. Pennant No 32.  King George V-Class Battleship. Launched April 1940. She was part of the Home Fleet in 1942 and early 1943, then joined Force H in the Mediterranean. Refitted between October 1943 and June 1944 then joined the British Pacific Fleet. After the war she was used as a training ship.
DMHOWE008001  HMS Howe. Pennant No 32.  King George V-Class Battleship. Launched April 1940. She was part of the Home Fleet in 1942 and early 1943, then joined Force H in the Mediterranean. Refitted between October 1943 and June 1944 then joined the British Pacific Fleet. After the war she was used as a training ship. DMHOWE009001  HMS Howe. Pennant No 32.  King George V-Class Battleship. Launched April 1940. She was part of the Home Fleet in 1942 and early 1943, then joined Force H in the Mediterranean. Refitted between October 1943 and June 1944 then joined the British Pacific Fleet. After the war she was used as a training ship. DMHOWE0010001  HMS Howe. Pennant No 32.  King George V-Class Battleship. Launched April 1940. She was part of the Home Fleet in 1942 and early 1943, then joined Force H in the Mediterranean. Refitted between October 1943 and June 1944 then joined the British Pacific Fleet. After the war she was used as a training ship. DMHUNDA001001  HMS Hunda.  T298.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Ferguson Bros. Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 18 Jan 1941.  Laid down 16 Jun 1941.  Launched 4 Feb 1942. Commissioned 16 Apr 1942.  Sold in May 1946.
DMHUNTER001001  HMS Hunter.  H35.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered	5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 26 Mar 1935.  Launched 25 Feb 1936. Commissioned 20 Sep 1936.  Lost 10 Apr 1940 during the 1st Battle of Narvik she was badly damaged by gunfire from  German destroyers and a collision with HMS Hotspur did the rest. The ship sank in the centre of the Ofodtfjorden. DMHUNTER002001  HMS Hunter.  H35.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered	5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 26 Mar 1935.  Launched 25 Feb 1936. Commissioned 20 Sep 1936.  Lost 10 Apr 1940 during the 1st Battle of Narvik she was badly damaged by gunfire from  German destroyers and a collision with HMS Hotspur did the rest. The ship sank in the centre of the Ofodtfjorden. DMHUNTER003001  HMS Hunter.  H35.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered	5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 26 Mar 1935.  Launched 25 Feb 1936. Commissioned 20 Sep 1936.  Lost 10 Apr 1940 during the 1st Battle of Narvik she was badly damaged by gunfire from  German destroyers and a collision with HMS Hotspur did the rest. The ship sank in the centre of the Ofodtfjorden. DMHUNTER004001  HMS Hunter.  H35.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered	5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 26 Mar 1935.  Launched 25 Feb 1936. Commissioned 20 Sep 1936.  Lost 10 Apr 1940 during the 1st Battle of Narvik she was badly damaged by gunfire from  German destroyers and a collision with HMS Hotspur did the rest. The ship sank in the centre of the Ofodtfjorden.
DMHUNTER005001  HMS Hunter.  H35.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered	5 Sep 1934.  Laid down 26 Mar 1935.  Launched 25 Feb 1936. Commissioned 20 Sep 1936.  Lost 10 Apr 1940 during the 1st Battle of Narvik she was badly damaged by gunfire from  German destroyers and a collision with HMS Hotspur did the rest. The ship sank in the centre of the Ofodtfjorden. DMHUNTER006001  HMS Hunter.    Bogue class escort carrier. Launched for the US Navy as USS Block Island.  Loaned to the Royal Navy, first as HMS Trailer and then from late 1942 as HMS Hunter. Returned to the US Navy in 1945. DMHUNTLEY001001  HMS Huntley.  J56.  Minesweeper of the Hunt class.  Built by Joseph T. Eltringham Ltd. (Willington, U.K.).  Launched 18 Jan 1919.  Commissioned	22 May 1919.   Sunk by German aircraft about 30 nautical miles west of Mersa Matruh, Egypt, 31 Jan 1941. DMHURON001001  HMCS Huron. G24/216. Tribal Class Destroyer. Launched June 1942 and commissioned into the Canadian Navy. Sold for scrap 1965.
DMHURON002001  HMCS Huron. G24/216. Tribal Class Destroyer. Launched June 1942 and commissioned into the Canadian Navy. Sold for scrap 1965. DMHURRICANE001001  HMS Hurricane.  H06.  Destroyer of the Havant class.  Built byn Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Laid down 3 Jun 1938.  Launched 29 Sep 1939. Commissioned	21 Jun 1940.  Bombed and sunk in a German air raid on Liverpool during the night of 7/8 May 1941. Raised, repaired and returned to service in January 1942.  On 24 Dec 1943 she was hit by one Gnat from the German submarine U-415 and sank north-east of Azores.    Hit by U-boat Sunk on 24 Dec 1943 by U-415 (Neide). DMHURSLEY001001  HMS Hursley.  L84.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 21 Dec 1940.  Launched 25 Jul 1941.  Commissioned 2 Apr 1942.  Transferred to the Royal Hellenic Navy in December 1943 being renamed Kriti.  Returned to the Royal Navy 12 November 1959.  Scrapped in 1960. DMHURSTCASTLE001001  HMS Hurst Castle.  K416.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. (Dundee, Scotland) : Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Feb 1943.  Laid down	6 Aug 1943.  Launched 23 Feb 1944.  Commissioned	9 Jun 1944.  On 1 Sep, 1944, U-482 fired a Gnat and hit HMS Hurst Castle, causing her to sink fast north of Tory Island.
DMHURWORTH001001  HMS Hurworth.  L28.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered	20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 10 Apr 1940.  Launched 10 Apr 1941. Commissioned 5 Oct 1941. Sunk by a German mine off east off Kalymnos, Dodecanese 22 Oct 1943. DMHUSSAR001001  HMS Hussar.  J82.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.)   Ordered 23 Feb 1933 .  Laid down	10 Aug 1933.  Launched 27 Aug 1934.  Commissioned 16 Jan 1935.  Accidentally sunk by allied aircraft off Le Havre, France on 27 August 1944. DMHYACINTH001001  HMS Hyacinth.  K84.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 19 Sep 1939.  Laid down 20 Apr 1940.  Launched 19 Aug 1940.  Commissioned 3 Oct 1940.  Loaned to the Royal Hellenic Navy on 24 October 1943 and renamed Apostolis.  Returned to Royal Navy in 1952. DMHYDERABAD001001  HMS Hyderabad.  K212.  Former name HMS Nettle.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Alexander Hall & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Aug 1940.  Laid down	24 Dec 1940.  Launched	23 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 23 Feb 1942 .  Sold on 1 January 1948.  Scrapped at Portaferry in October 1948.
DMHYDRA001001  HMS Hydra.   J275.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Jun 1941.  Laid down 31 Jan 1942.  Launched 29 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 12 Feb 1943.  mined off Ostend, Belgium on 10 Nov 1944.  Declared constructive total loss.  Scrapped in 1947. DMHYDRANGEA001001  HMS Hydrangea.  K39.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Ferguson Shipbuilders. Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 22 Nov 1939.  Launched 4 Sep 1940.  Commissioned 3 Jan 1941.  Sold in 1947.  Became the merchantile Hydralock in 1948.  Wrecked off Formosa on 25 February 1957. DMHYPERION001001  HMS Hyperion.  H97.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down	26 Mar 1935.  Launched 8 Apr 1936. Commissioned 3 Dec 1936.  Lost 22 Dec 1940 when she was mined and heavily damaged and sank when she ran into the Italian minefield off Pantellaria, southwest of Sicily. DMHYPERION002001  HMS Hyperion.  H97.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down	26 Mar 1935.  Launched 8 Apr 1936. Commissioned 3 Dec 1936.  Lost 22 Dec 1940 when she was mined and heavily damaged and sank when she ran into the Italian minefield off Pantellaria, southwest of Sicily
DMHYPERION003001  HMS Hyperion.  H97.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down	26 Mar 1935.  Launched 8 Apr 1936. Commissioned 3 Dec 1936.  Lost 22 Dec 1940 when she was mined and heavily damaged and sank when she ran into the Italian minefield off Pantellaria, southwest of Sicily DMHYPERION004001  HMS Hyperion.  H97.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down	26 Mar 1935.  Launched 8 Apr 1936. Commissioned 3 Dec 1936.  Lost 22 Dec 1940 when she was mined and heavily damaged and sank when she ran into the Italian minefield off Pantellaria, southwest of Sicily DMHYPERION005001  HMS Hyperion.  H97.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down	26 Mar 1935.  Launched 8 Apr 1936. Commissioned 3 Dec 1936.  Lost 22 Dec 1940 when she was mined and heavily damaged and sank when she ran into the Italian minefield off Pantellaria, southwest of Sicily DMHYPERION006001  HMS Hyperion.  H97.  Destroyer of the H class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1934.  Laid down	26 Mar 1935.  Launched 8 Apr 1936. Commissioned 3 Dec 1936.  Lost 22 Dec 1940 when she was mined and heavily damaged and sank when she ran into the Italian minefield off Pantellaria, southwest of Sicily
DMHYTHE001001  HMS Hythe.  J194.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Troon, Scotland).  Ordered 20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 20 Jul 1940.  Launched 4 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 5 Mar 1942.  On 11 Oct 1943 she was torpedoed and sunk off Bougie, Algeria by the German submarine U-371. DMIBIS001001  HMS Ibis.  U99.  Sloop of the Black Swan class.  Built by Furness Shipbuilding Ltd. (Haverton Hill-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jun 1939.  Laid down	21 Sep 1939.  Launched 28 Nov 1940. Commissioned 30 Aug 1941.  On 10 Nov 1942 was sunk by a torpedo from Italian aircraft in the Western Mediterranean north off Algiers. DMICARUS001001  HMS Icarus.  D03/I03.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 16 Mar 1936.  Launched 26 Nov 1936.  Commissioned 3 May 1937.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 October 1946. DMICARUS002001  HMS Icarus.  D03/I03.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 16 Mar 1936.  Launched 26 Nov 1936.  Commissioned 3 May 1937.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 October 1946.
DMICARUS003001  HMS Icarus.  D03/I03.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 16 Mar 1936.  Launched 26 Nov 1936.  Commissioned 3 May 1937.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 October 1946. DMICARUS004001  HMS Icarus.  D03/I03.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 16 Mar 1936.  Launched 26 Nov 1936.  Commissioned 3 May 1937.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 October 1946. DMICARUS005001  HMS Icarus.  D03/I03.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 16 Mar 1936.  Launched 26 Nov 1936.  Commissioned 3 May 1937.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 October 1946. DMICARUS006001  HMS Icarus.  D03/I03.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 16 Mar 1936.  Launched 26 Nov 1936.  Commissioned 3 May 1937.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 October 1946.
DMICARUS007001  HMS Icarus.  D03/I03.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 16 Mar 1936.  Launched 26 Nov 1936.  Commissioned 3 May 1937.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 October 1946. DMICARUS008001  HMS Icarus.  D03/I03.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 16 Mar 1936.  Launched 26 Nov 1936.  Commissioned 3 May 1937.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 October 1946. DMICARUS009001  HMS Icarus.  D03/I03.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 16 Mar 1936.  Launched 26 Nov 1936.  Commissioned 3 May 1937.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 October 1946. DMIJUIN001001  HMS Ijuin.  FY612.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Launched 23 Mar 1920.  Commissioned Aug 1939.  Completed in September 1920.  Taken over by the Admiralty in August 1939.  Returned to her owner in January 1946. Renamed Woodburn in 1952.  Scrapped at Boom, Belgium on 19 November 1959.
DMILEX001001  HMS Ilex. D61.  I-Class Destroyer that served during World War II. Launched 28 January 1937.  Sold 1946, scrapped 1948 DMILEX002001  HMS Ilex. D61.  I-Class Destroyer that served during World War II. Launched 28 January 1937.  Sold 1946, scrapped 1948 DMILEX003001  HMS Ilex. D61.  I-Class Destroyer that served during World War II. Launched 28 January 1937.  Sold 1946, scrapped 1948 DMILEX004001  HMS Ilex. D61.  I-Class Destroyer that served during World War II. Launched 28 January 1937.  Sold 1946, scrapped 1948
DMILEX005001  HMS Ilex. D61.  I-Class Destroyer that served during World War II. Launched 28 January 1937.  Sold 1946, scrapped 1948 DMILFRACOMBE001001  HMS Ilfracombe. J95. Bangor Class Minesweeper. Launched 29 Jan 1941.  Sold 1 January 1948 DMILLUSTRIOUS001001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956. DMILLUSTRIOUS002001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956.
DMILLUSTRIOUS003001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956. DMILLUSTRIOUS004001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956. DMILLUSTRIOUS005001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956. DMILLUSTRIOUS006001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956.
DMILLUSTRIOUS007001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956. DMILLUSTRIOUS008001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956. DMILLUSTRIOUS009001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956. DMILLUSTRIOUS010001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956.
DMILLUSTRIOUS011001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956. DMILLUSTRIOUS012001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956. DMILLUSTRIOUS013001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956. DMILLUSTRIOUS014001  HMS Illustrious.   87.  Aircraft Carrier of the Illustrious class.  Buiilt by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Jan 1937.  Laid down 27 Apr 1937.  Launched 5 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 25 May 1940 . Laid up in reserve in December 1954 and sold for scrap at Faslane 3 November 1956.
DMIMERSAY001001  HMS Imersay.  T422.  MS Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Ordered	16 Apr 1943.  Laid down 12 Apr 1944.  Launched 21 Aug 1944.  Commissioned 8 Dec 1944.  Sold in January 1959. DMIMOGEN001001  HMS Imogen.  D44.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 18 Jan 1936.  Launched 30 Oct 1936.  Commissioned 2 Jun 1937.  Rammed and sunk by the British light cruiser HMS Glasgow. The Imogen cought fire and was abandoned about 5 nautical miles south-east of Duncasby Head, Scotland. DMIMOGEN002001  HMS Imogen.  D44.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 18 Jan 1936.  Launched 30 Oct 1936.  Commissioned 2 Jun 1937.  Rammed and sunk by the British light cruiser HMS Glasgow. The Imogen cought fire and was abandoned about 5 nautical miles south-east of Duncasby Head, Scotland. DMIMOGEN003001  HMS Imogen.  D44.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 18 Jan 1936.  Launched 30 Oct 1936.  Commissioned 2 Jun 1937.  Rammed and sunk by the British light cruiser HMS Glasgow. The Imogen cought fire and was abandoned about 5 nautical miles south-east of Duncasby Head, Scotland.
DMIMOGEN004001  HMS Imogen.  D44.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 18 Jan 1936.  Launched 30 Oct 1936.  Commissioned 2 Jun 1937.  Rammed and sunk by the British light cruiser HMS Glasgow. The Imogen cought fire and was abandoned about 5 nautical miles south-east of Duncasby Head, Scotland. DMIMPERIAL001001  HMS Imperial. D09.  I-Class Destroyer. Severely damaged by German aircraft and  declared a complete loss and sunk off the north coast of Crete on 29 May 1941 by HMS Hotspur. DMIMPERIAL002001  HMS Imperial. D09.  I-Class Destroyer. Severely damaged by German aircraft and  declared a complete loss and sunk off the north coast of Crete on 29 May 1941 by HMS Hotspur. DMIMPERIAL003001  HMS Imperial. D09.  I-Class Destroyer. Severely damaged by German aircraft and  declared a complete loss and sunk off the north coast of Crete on 29 May 1941 by HMS Hotspur.
DMIMPERIAL004001  HMS Imperial. D09.  I-Class Destroyer. Severely damaged by German aircraft and  declared a complete loss and sunk off the north coast of Crete on 29 May 1941 by HMS Hotspur. DMIMPERIAL005001  HMS Imperial. D09.  I-Class Destroyer. Severely damaged by German aircraft and  declared a complete loss and sunk off the north coast of Crete on 29 May 1941 by HMS Hotspur. DMIMPERIEUSE001001  HMS Imperieuse.  Stoker's training establishment set up in 1944 aboard the obsolete battleships HMS Resolution (1915) and HMS Revenge (1915). The establishment was paid off in 1948. DMIMPLACABLE001001  HMS Implacable.  R86. Launched in 1942, she was the lead ship of her class of aircraft carriers. She served in World War II and was broken up in 1954.
DMIMPLACABLE002001  HMS Implacable.  R86. Launched in 1942, she was the lead ship of her class of aircraft carriers. She served in World War II and was broken up in 1954. DMIMPLACABLE003001  HMS Implacable.  R86. Launched in 1942, she was the lead ship of her class of aircraft carriers. She served in World War II and was broken up in 1954. DMIMPLACABLE004001  HMS Implacable.  R86. Launched in 1942, she was the lead ship of her class of aircraft carriers. She served in World War II and was broken up in 1954. DMIMPLACABLE005001  HMS Implacable.  R86. Launched in 1942, she was the lead ship of her class of aircraft carriers. She served in World War II and was broken up in 1954.
DMIMPLACABLE006001  HMS Implacable.  R86. Launched in 1942, she was the lead ship of her class of aircraft carriers. She served in World War II and was broken up in 1954. DMIMPLACABLE007001  HMS Implacable.  R86. Launched in 1942, she was the lead ship of her class of aircraft carriers. She served in World War II and was broken up in 1954. DMIMPLACABLE008001  HMS Implacable.  R86. Launched in 1942, she was the lead ship of her class of aircraft carriers. She served in World War II and was broken up in 1954. DMIMPLACABLE009001  HMS Implacable.  R86. Launched in 1942, she was the lead ship of her class of aircraft carriers. She served in World War II and was broken up in 1954.
DMIMPULSIVE001001  HMS Impulsive.  D11.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 10 Mar 1936.  Launched 1 Mar 1937.  Commissioned 29 Jan 1938.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 22 January 1946. DMIMPULSIVE002001  HMS Impulsive.  D11.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 10 Mar 1936.  Launched 1 Mar 1937.  Commissioned 29 Jan 1938.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 22 January 1946. DMIMPULSIVE003001  HMS Impulsive.  D11.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 10 Mar 1936.  Launched 1 Mar 1937.  Commissioned 29 Jan 1938.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 22 January 1946. DMIMPULSIVE004001  HMS Impulsive.  D11.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 10 Mar 1936.  Launched 1 Mar 1937.  Commissioned 29 Jan 1938.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 22 January 1946.
DMIMPULSIVE005001  HMS Impulsive.  D11.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 10 Mar 1936.  Launched 1 Mar 1937.  Commissioned 29 Jan 1938.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 22 January 1946. DMIMPULSIVE006001  HMS Impulsive.  D11.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 10 Mar 1936.  Launched 1 Mar 1937.  Commissioned 29 Jan 1938.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 22 January 1946. DMINCHKEITH001001  HMNZS Inchkeith.  T155.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 27 May 1940.  Laid down 16 Nov 1940.  Launched 10 Jul 1941. Commissioned 24 Oct 1941.  Sold for scrap on 10 September 1958. DMINCONSTANT001001  HMS Inconstant.  H49.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 24 May 1939.   Launched 24 Feb 1941. Commissioned 24 Jan 1942.  Aquired 14th November 1941 as the Turkish Muavenet (one of 4 Turkish-ordered ships of this class being completed in England).  Returned to Turkey in late 1945.
DMINDEFATIGABLE001001  HMS Indefatigable. R10.  Implacable-Class Aircraft Carrier launched in 1942 and scrapped in 1956. DMINDEFATIGABLE002001  HMS Indefatigable. R10.  Implacable-Class Aircraft Carrier launched in 1942 and scrapped in 1956. DMINDEFATIGABLE003001  HMS Indefatigable. R10.  Implacable-Class Aircraft Carrier launched in 1942 and scrapped in 1956. DMINDEFATIGABLE004001  HMS Indefatigable. R10.  Implacable-Class Aircraft Carrier launched in 1942 and scrapped in 1956.
DMINDEFATIGABLE005001  HMS Indefatigable. R10.  Implacable-Class Aircraft Carrier launched in 1942 and scrapped in 1956. DMINDEFATIGABLE006001  HMS Indefatigable. R10.  Implacable-Class Aircraft Carrier launched in 1942 and scrapped in 1956. DMINDIANSUMMER001001  HMS Indian Summer.  Admiralty Drifter.  Launched 1918.  Employed as a Torpedo Recovery Vessel.  Sold 1941. DMINDOMITABLE 012001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955.
DMINDOMITABLE001001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955. DMINDOMITABLE002001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955. DMINDOMITABLE003001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955. DMINDOMITABLE004001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955.
DMINDOMITABLE005001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955. DMINDOMITABLE006001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955. DMINDOMITABLE007001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955. DMINDOMITABLE008001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955.
DMINDOMITABLE009001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955. DMINDOMITABLE010001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955. DMINDOMITABLE011001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955. DMINDOMITABLE013001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955.
DMINDOMITABLE014001  HMS Indomitable. Pennant No 92.  Modified Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched: 26 March 1940.  Sold for scrap in 1955. DMINDUS001001  HMIS Indus.  L67/U67.  Grimsby Class Sloop.  Builder: Hawthorn Leslie and Company.  Laid down: 8 December 1933.  Launched: 24 August 1934.  Commissioned: 15 March 1935.  Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Akyab, Burma 1942. DMINGLEFIELD001001  HMS Inglefield.  D02/I02.  I-Class Destroyer Leader. Launched Oct 1936. Sunk off Anzio 25 February 1944. DMINGLEFIELD002001  HMS Inglefield.  D02/I02.  I-Class Destroyer Leader. Launched Oct 1936. Sunk off Anzio 25 February 1944.
DMINGLEFIELD003001  HMS Inglefield.  D02/I02.  I-Class Destroyer Leader. Launched Oct 1936. Sunk off Anzio 25 February 1944. DMINGLEFIELD004001  HMS Inglefield.  D02/I02.  I-Class Destroyer Leader. Launched Oct 1936. Sunk off Anzio 25 February 1944. DMINGLEFIELD005001  HMS Inglefield.  D02/I02.  I-Class Destroyer Leader. Launched Oct 1936. Sunk off Anzio 25 February 1944. DMINGLIS001001  HMS Inglis.  K570.  Built as USS Englis.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 25 Sep 1943.  Launched 2 Nov 1943.  Commissioned  12 Jan 1944.  Returned to the USN on 20 March 1946.
DMINMAN001001  HMS Inman.  K571.  Built as USS Inman.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 25 Sep 1943.  Launched 2 Nov 1943.  Commissioned 13 Jan 1944.  Returned to the USN on 1 March 1946. DMINTREPID001001  HMS Intrepid. I10/D10.  I Class Destroyer launched in 1936 and sunk by air attack in 1943. DMINTREPID002001  HMS Intrepid. I10/D10.  I Class Destroyer launched in 1936 and sunk by air attack in 1943. DMINTREPID003001  HMS Intrepid. I10/D10.  I Class Destroyer launched in 1936 and sunk by air attack in 1943.
DMINTREPID004001  HMS Intrepid. I10/D10.  I Class Destroyer launched in 1936 and sunk by air attack in 1943. DMINTREPID005001  HMS Intrepid. I10/D10.  I Class Destroyer launched in 1936 and sunk by air attack in 1943. DMINVER001001  HMS Inver.  K302.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Canadian Vickers (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 9 Dec 1941.  Laid down 14 Sep 1942.   Launched 12 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 19 Jul 1943.  Was to be built in Canada for the United States Navy but transferred to the Royal Navy under the lend-lease program.  Returned to the U.S.N. 4 March 1946. DMINVERELL001001  HMAS Inverell.  J233/M233.  Minesweeper of the Bathurst class.   Built by Morts Dock & Enginering Co. Ltd. (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia).  Ordered 16 May 1941.  Laid down 7 Dec 1941.  Launched 2 May 1942.  Commissioned 17 Sep 1942.  Decommissioned into Reserve on 14 June 1946.  Transferred to New Zealand on 5 March 1952.  Commissioned into the Royal New Zealand Navy on 10 April 1952.  Sold to be broken up for scrap Nov 1977.
DMIRONDUKE001001  HMS Iron Duke. Lead Battleship of her Class. Launched Oct 1912. Fought at Jutland 1916. She was sold in 1946 as scrap, and broken up in Glasgow in 1948. DMIRONDUKE002001  HMS Iron Duke. Lead Battleship of her Class. Launched Oct 1912. Fought at Jutland 1916. She was sold in 1946 as scrap, and broken up in Glasgow in 1948. DMIRONDUKE003001  HMS Iron Duke. Lead Battleship of her Class. Launched Oct 1912. Fought at Jutland 1916. She was sold in 1946 as scrap, and broken up in Glasgow in 1948. DMIRONDUKE004001  HMS Iron Duke. Lead Battleship of her Class. Launched Oct 1912. Fought at Jutland 1916. She was sold in 1946 as scrap, and broken up in Glasgow in 1948.
DMIRONDUKE005001  HMS Iron Duke. Lead Battleship of her Class. Launched Oct 1912. Fought at Jutland 1916. She was sold in 1946 as scrap, and broken up in Glasgow in 1948. DMIRONDUKE006001  HMS Iron Duke. Lead Battleship of her Class. Launched Oct 1912. Fought at Jutland 1916. She was sold in 1946 as scrap, and broken up in Glasgow in 1948. DMIROQUOIS001001  HMCS Iroquois.  G89/217.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Apr 1940.  Laid down 19 Sep 1940.  Launched 23 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 30 Nov 1942.  Decommissioned 24 October 1962.  Sold for scrap in 1966. DMISIS001001  HMS Isis.  D87. Destroyer of the I class.  HMS Isis during the war with HMS Duncan behind.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 6 Feb 1936. Launched 12 Nov 1936.  Commissioned	2 Jun 1937.  Mined and sunk off Normandy, France on 20 July 1944.
DMISIS002001  HMS Isis.  D87. Destroyer of the I class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 6 Feb 1936.  Launched 12 Nov 1936.  Commissioned 2 Jun 1937.  Mined and sunk off Normandy, France on 20 July 1944. DMISLAY001001  HMS Islay.  T172.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Smith's Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 27 May 1940.  Laid down 18 Nov 1940.  Launched 10 Apr 1941. Commissioned 17 Jun 1941.  Sold in October 1946. DMISLEOFSARK001001  HMS Isle of Sark.  Built in 1932 by William Denny & Brothers for the Southern Railway. Hired 22 Dec 1941 for use as a Radar Training Ship.  Fitted out with the latest radar sets as they became available as new sets came into use.Returned to owners June 1946. Acquired by British Railways 1948.  Scrapped in 1961. DMITHURIEL001001  HMS Ithuriel.  H05.  Original name TNV Gayret.  Destroyer of the I class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Nov 1935.  Laid down 24 May 1939.  Launched	24 Feb 1941.  Commissioned 3 Mar 1942.  Aquired 14th November 1941 as the Turkish Gayret (one of 4 Turkish-ordered ships of this class being completed in England).  Bombed by German aircraft at Bone, Algeria 28 Nov 1942 and damaged beyond repair.
DMIVANHOE001001  HMS Ivanhoe. D16.  I-Class Destroyer.  Sank the enemy German submarine U-45 south-west of Ireland on 14 October 1939. Struck a mine as she operated on a minelaying mission off the Dutch coast and sank in the North Sea. DMIVANHOE002001  HMS Ivanhoe. D16.  I-Class Destroyer.  Sank the enemy German submarine U-45 south-west of Ireland on 14 October 1939. Struck a mine as she operated on a minelaying mission off the Dutch coast and sank in the North Sea. DMIVANHOE003001  HMS Ivanhoe. D16.  I-Class Destroyer.  Sank the enemy German submarine U-45 south-west of Ireland on 14 October 1939. Struck a mine as she operated on a minelaying mission off the Dutch coast and sank in the North Sea. DMIVANHOE004001  HMS Ivanhoe. D16.  I-Class Destroyer.  Sank the enemy German submarine U-45 south-west of Ireland on 14 October 1939. Struck a mine as she operated on a minelaying mission off the Dutch coast and sank in the North Sea.
DMIVANHOE005001  HMS Ivanhoe. D16.  I-Class Destroyer.  Sank the enemy German submarine U-45 south-west of Ireland on 14 October 1939. Struck a mine as she operated on a minelaying mission off the Dutch coast and sank in the North Sea. DMJACKAL001001  HMS Jackal.  F22.  Destroyer of the J class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Mar 1937.  Laid down 24 Sep 1937.  Launched 25 Oct 1938.  Commissioned 13 Apr 1939.  Bombed and heavily damaged on 11 May 1942 about 90 nautical miles north-west of Mersa Matruth, Egypt by German Ju88 aircraft. She was sunk the next day by HMS Jervis. DMJACKAL002001  HMS Jackal.  F22.  Destroyer of the J class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Mar 1937.  Laid down 24 Sep 1937.  Launched 25 Oct 1938.  Commissioned 13 Apr 1939.  Bombed and heavily damaged on 11 May 1942 about 90 nautical miles north-west of Mersa Matruth, Egypt by German Ju88 aircraft. She was sunk the next day by HMS Jervis. DMJADE001001  HMS Jade (formerly the Lady Lilian). Armed Trawler of 615 tons displacement launched in 1933. Employed during the Second World War for anti-submarine training. HMS Jade had a top speed of 12 knots and was armed with one 4-inch gun and depth charges.
DMJAGUAR001001  HMS Jaguar.  F34.  Destroyer of the J class.  Built by	William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Mar 1937.  Laid down 25 Nov 1937.  Launched 22 Nov 1938.  Commissioned 12 Sep 1939.  Hit by two torpedoes from the German submarine U-652. The ship caught fire and sank in a short time north-east of Sidi Barrani, Egypt 26 Mar 1942. DMJAMAICA001001  HMS Jamaica.  C44.  Crown Colony-Class Cruiser. Launched November 1940. Spent entire wartime career on Arctic convoy duties, except for a deployment south for the landings in North Africa in November 1942, where she was a member of the Centre Task Force. Sold for scrapping Dec 1960. DMJAMAICA002001  HMS Jamaica.  C44.  Crown Colony-Class Cruiser. Launched November 1940. Spent entire wartime career on Arctic convoy duties, except for a deployment south for the landings in North Africa in November 1942, where she was a member of the Centre Task Force. Sold for scrapping Dec 1960. DMJAMAICA003001  HMS Jamaica.  C44.  Crown Colony-Class Cruiser. Launched November 1940. Spent entire wartime career on Arctic convoy duties, except for a deployment south for the landings in North Africa in November 1942, where she was a member of the Centre Task Force. Sold for scrapping Dec 1960.
DMJAMAICA004001  HMS Jamaica.  C44.  Crown Colony-Class Cruiser. Launched November 1940. Spent entire wartime career on Arctic convoy duties, except for a deployment south for the landings in North Africa in November 1942, where she was a member of the Centre Task Force. Sold for scrapping Dec 1960. DMJAMESLUDFORD001001  HMS James Ludford.  T16.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Mersey class.  Built by	Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched Jun 1918.  Commissioned 1 May 1919.   Mined in the Tyne area on 14 December 1939  in a field laid on the night of 12-13 December by German destoryers. DMJANUS001001  HMS Janus.  F53.  Destroyer of the J class.  Built by	Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered	25 Mar 1937.  Laid down 29 Sep 1937.  Launched 10 Nov 1938. Commissioned 5 Aug 1939.  On 20 January 1944 Janus was involved in the landings of Anzio and was hit by a flying bomb from a Do217 and sunk in about twenty minutes. DMJANUS002001  HMS Janus.  F53.  Destroyer of the J class.  Built by	Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered	25 Mar 1937.  Laid down 29 Sep 1937.  Launched 10 Nov 1938. Commissioned 5 Aug 1939.  On 20 January 1944 Janus was involved in the landings of Anzio and was hit by a flying bomb from a Do217 and sunk in about twenty minutes.
DMJASEUR001001  HMS Jaseur.  J428.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 27 Dec 1943.  Launched 19 Apr 1944. Commissioned 27 Oct 1944.  Scrapped 26 February 1956. DMJASMINE001001  HMS Jasmine.  K23.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Ferguson Shipbuilders. Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 23 Dec 1939.  Launched	14 Jan 1941.  Commissioned 16 May 1941.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 11 September 1948. DMJASON001001  HMS Jason.  J99.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Troon, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1936.  Laid down 12 Dec 1936.  Launched 6 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 9 Jun 1938.  Sold 3 September 1946. DMJASON002001  HMS Jason.  J99.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Troon, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1936.  Laid down 12 Dec 1936.  Launched 6 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 9 Jun 1938.  Sold 3 September 1946.
DMJASON003001  HMS Jason.  J99.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Troon, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1936.  Laid down 12 Dec 1936.  Launched 6 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 9 Jun 1938.  Sold 3 September 1946. DMJASON004001  HMS Jason.  J99.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Troon, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1936.  Laid down 12 Dec 1936.  Launched 6 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 9 Jun 1938.  Sold 3 September 1946. DMJASPER001001  HMS Jasper.  T14.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Launched 29 Dec 1931.  Commissioned Nov 1935.  Torpedoed and sunk by the German motor torpedo boat S-81 in the English Channel south of Bolt Head 1 Dec 1942 . DMJAVELIN001001  HMS Javelin.  F61/G61.  Destroyer of the J class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Mar 1937.  Laid down 11 Oct 1937.  Launched	21 Dec 1938.  Commissioned 10 Jun 1939.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 11 June 1949.
DMJAVELIN002001  HMS Javelin.  F61/G61.  Destroyer of the J class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Mar 1937.  Laid down 11 Oct 1937.  Launched	21 Dec 1938.  Commissioned 10 Jun 1939.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 11 June 1949. DMJAVELIN003001  HMS Javelin.  F61/G61.  Destroyer of the J class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Mar 1937.  Laid down 11 Oct 1937.  Launched	21 Dec 1938.  Commissioned 10 Jun 1939.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 11 June 1949. DMJAVELIN004001  HMS Javelin.  F61/G61.  Destroyer of the J class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Mar 1937.  Laid down 11 Oct 1937.  Launched	21 Dec 1938.  Commissioned 10 Jun 1939.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 11 June 1949. DMJEANNIEDEANS001001  HMS Jeannie Deans.  J108.  The longest and fastest paddle steamer on the Firth of Clyde, she was requisitioned by the government and saw war service as a minesweeper and then as an anti aircraft vessel on the River Thames. Returning to her peacetime dutiesin 1950.
DMJED001001  HMS Jed. K235. River Class Frigate. Launched July 1942. Broken up May 1957. DMJERSEY001001  HMS Jersey.  F72.  J-Class Destroyer commissioned in 1939 and sunk in 1941 DMJERSEY002001  HMS Jersey.  F72.  J-Class Destroyer commissioned in 1939 and sunk in 1941 DMJERSEY003001  HMS Jersey.  F72.  J-Class Destroyer commissioned in 1939 and sunk in 1941
DMJERVIS001001  HMS Jervis.  F00/G00.  J-Class Destroyer. Launched on 9 September 1938. Sister ship of, and identical to, HMS Kelly. Sold for scrap 1954. DMJERVIS002001  HMS Jervis.  F00/G00.  J-Class Destroyer. Launched on 9 September 1938. Sister ship of, and identical to, HMS Kelly. Sold for scrap 1954. DMJERVIS003001  HMS Jervis.  F00/G00.  J-Class Destroyer. Launched on 9 September 1938. Sister ship of, and identical to, HMS Kelly. Sold for scrap 1954. DMJEWEL001001  HMS Jewel. J390/M390.  Algerine Class Minesweeper. Launched July 1944. Scrapped April 1967.
DMJEWEL002001  HMS Jewel. J390/M390.  Algerine Class Minesweeper. Launched July 1944. Scrapped April 1967. DMJEWEL003001  HMS Jewel. J390/M390.  Algerine Class Minesweeper. Launched July 1944. Scrapped April 1967. DMJONQUIERE001001  HMCS Jonquiere.  K318/318.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered Jun 1942.  Laid down 26 Jan 1943.  Launched 28 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 10 May 1944.  Decommissioned 4 December 1945.  Recommissioned as a Prestonian class frigate with penant number 318 on 20 September 1954.  Decommissioned 23 September 1966. DMJONQUIL001001  HMS Jonquil.  K68.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 27 Dec 1939.  Launched 9 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 21 Oct 1940.  Sold in may 1946.  Became the merchantile Lemnos in 1947.  Renamed Olympic Rider in 1951.  Sunk on 1 December 1955.
DMJULIET001001  HMS Juliet.  T136.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Shakespearian class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Dec 1939.  Laid down 23 May 1940.  Launched 2 Oct 1940. Commissioned 20 Mar 1941.  Sold in 1947. DMJUMNA001001  HMIS Jumna. U21. Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched Nov 1940 for the Indian Navy. Fate unknown. DMJUMNA002001  HMIS Jumna. U21. Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched Nov 1940 for the Indian Navy. Fate unknown. DMJUNO001001  HMS Juno. 46.   J-class destroyer launched in 1938 and sunk in an air attack off Crete in 1941.
DMJUPITER001001  HMS Jupiter.  G85/F85.  Destroyer of the J class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Mar 1937.  Laid down 20 Sep 1937.  Launched 27 Oct 1938.  Commissioned	16 Jun 1939. Struck a mine in a Dutch minefield off the Northern Coast of Java 27 Feb 1942. DMJUPITER002001  HMS Jupiter.  G85/F85.  Destroyer of the J class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Mar 1937.  Laid down 20 Sep 1937.  Launched 27 Oct 1938.  Commissioned	16 Jun 1939. Struck a mine in a Dutch minefield off the Northern Coast of Java 27 Feb 1942. DMJUTLAND001001  HMS Jutland.  I62/D62.   Battle-Class Destroyer. She was originally named HMS Malplaquet, but was renamed in 1945 before being launched in 1946. She was broken up in 1965. DMKALE001001  HMS Kale. K 241. River Class Frigate. Launched June 1942. Sold for scrap in November 1956
DMKANDAHAR001001  HMS Kandahar.  F28.  Destroyer of the K class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Laid down 18 Jan 1938.  Launched 21 Mar 1939.  Commissioned 10 Oct 1939.  Scuttled on 20 December 1941 after sustaining severe damage on 19 December 1941 from a mine east off Tripoli, Libya. DMKANDAHAR002001  HMS Kandahar.  F28.  Destroyer of the K class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Laid down 18 Jan 1938.  Launched 21 Mar 1939.  Commissioned 10 Oct 1939.  Scuttled on 20 December 1941 after sustaining severe damage on 19 December 1941 from a mine east off Tripoli, Libya. DMKASHMIR001001  HMS Kashmir.  F12/D12.  Destroyer of the K class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Laid down Oct 1937.  Launched 4 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 26 Oct 1939.  Bombed and sunk on 23 May 1941 by German Stuka dive bombers south of Crete. DMKEATS001001  HMS Keats.  K482.  Former name USS Tisdale.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered	25 Jan 1942.  Laid down 5 Jun 1943.  Launched 17 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 19 Oct 1943.  Returned to the USN on 27 February 1946.
DMKEITH001001  HMS Keith.  H06.   B-Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1930.  Sunk off the coast of Dunkirk during Operation Dynamo. DMKEITH002001  HMS Keith.  H06.   B-Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1930.  Sunk off the coast of Dunkirk during Operation Dynamo. DMKEITH003001  HMS Keith.  H06.   B-Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1930.  Sunk off the coast of Dunkirk during Operation Dynamo. DMKEITH004001  HMS Keith.  H06.   B-Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1930.  Sunk off the coast of Dunkirk during Operation Dynamo.
DMKEITH005001  HMS Keith.  H06.   B-Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1930.  Sunk off the coast of Dunkirk during Operation Dynamo. DMKEITH006001  HMS Keith.  H06.   B-Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1930.  Sunk off the coast of Dunkirk during Operation Dynamo. DMKELANTAN001001  HMNZS Kelantan.  Auxiliary Patrol Ship converted to Repair Ship. No further data. DMKELLETT001001  HMS Kellett.  J05.  Minesweeper of the Hunt class.  Built by William Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland). Launched 31 May 1919.  Commissioned	Jun 1919. Part of the Reserve fleet at the start of the Second World War having been a Survey ship until decommissioned 1938.  Sold 20 March 1945.
DMKELLETT002001  HMS Kellett.  J05.  Minesweeper of the Hunt class.  Built by William Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland). Launched 31 May 1919.  Commissioned	Jun 1919. Part of the Reserve fleet at the start of the Second World War having been a Survey ship until decommissioned 1938. Shown here as a Survey Vessel. DMKELLY001001  HMS Kelly.  F01.   K-Class Destroyer. Launched 25 October 1938.  Throughout her service, Kelly was commanded by Lord Louis Mountbatten. She was lost in action in 1941 during the Battle of Crete. DMKELVIN001001  HMS Kelvin.  F37/G37.  Destroyer of the K class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Laid down 5 Oct 1937.  Launched 19 Jan 1939.  Commissioned 27 Nov 1939.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 6 April 1949. DMKEMPENFELT001001  HMS Kempenfelt. I18.   C Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1931. She was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy in 1939 and renamed 'HMCS Assiniboine'. She was wrecked in 1945, and the hulk was sold in 1952.
DMKENILWORTHCASTLE001001  HMS Kenilworth Castle.  K420.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Dec 1942.  Laid down 7 May 1943.  Launched 17 Aug 1943. Commissioned 14 Nov 1943.  Scrapped at Llanelly 20 June 1959. DMKENNET001001  HMS Kennet.  T78.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Axe class.  Built by Smith's Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Launched 17 Jul 1916.  Sold in May 1946. DMKENT001001  HMS Kent. Pennant No 54.   County Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched in 1926 and sold in 1948. DMKENT002001  HMS Kent. Pennant No 54.   County Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched in 1926 and sold in 1948.
DMKENT003001  HMS Kent. Pennant No 54.   County Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched in 1926 and sold in 1948. DMKENT004001  HMS Kent. Pennant No 54.   County Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched in 1926 and sold in 1948. DMKENT005001  HMS Kent. Pennant No 54.   County Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched in 1926 and sold in 1948. DMKENT006001  HMS Kent. Pennant No 54.   County Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched in 1926 and sold in 1948.
DMKENYA001001  HMS Kenya.  C14.  Crown Colony-Class Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1939. Sold for scrapping on 29 October 1962 DMKENYA002001  HMS Kenya.  C14.  Crown Colony-Class Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1939. Sold for scrapping on 29 October 1962 DMKENYA003001  HMS Kenya.  C14.  Crown Colony-Class Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1939. Sold for scrapping on 29 October 1962 DMKENYA004001  HMS Kenya.  C14.  Crown Colony-Class Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1939. Sold for scrapping on 29 October 1962
DMKENYA005001  HMS Kenya.  C14.  Crown Colony-Class Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1939. Sold for scrapping on 29 October 1962 DMKENYA006001  HMS Kenya.  C14.  Crown Colony-Class Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1939. Sold for scrapping on 29 October 1962 DMKENYA007001  HMS Kenya.  C14.  Crown Colony-Class Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1939. Sold for scrapping on 29 October 1962 DMKEPPEL001001  HMS Keppel.  I84/D84.   Thornycroft type Destroyer Leader.  Launched 1920, broken up 1945.
DMKEPPEL002001  HMS Keppel.  I84/D84.   Thornycroft type Destroyer Leader.  Launched 1920, broken up 1945. DMKEPPEL003001  HMS Keppel.  I84/D84.   Thornycroft type Destroyer Leader.  Launched 1920, broken up 1945. DMKEPPEL004001  HMS Keppel.  I84/D84.   Thornycroft type Destroyer Leader.  Launched 1920, broken up 1945. DMKEPPEL005001  HMS Keppel.  I84/D84.   Thornycroft type Destroyer Leader.  Launched 1920, broken up 1945.
DMKEPPEL006001  HMS Keppel.  I84/D84.   Thornycroft type Destroyer Leader.  Launched 1920, broken up 1945. DMKEPPEL007001  HMS Keppel.  I84/D84.   Thornycroft type Destroyer Leader.  Launched 1920, broken up 1945. DMKEPPEL008001  HMS Keppel.  I84/D84.   Thornycroft type Destroyer Leader.  Launched 1920, broken up 1945. DMKEPPEL009001  HMS Keppel.  I84/D84.   Thornycroft type Destroyer Leader.  Launched 1920, broken up 1945.
DMKEPPEL010001  HMS Keppel.  I84/D84.   Thornycroft type Destroyer Leader.  Launched 1920, broken up 1945. DMKEPPEL011001  HMS Keppel.  I84/D84.   Thornycroft type Destroyer Leader.  Launched 1920, broken up 1945. DMKERNOT001001  HMS Kernot.  Ex Belgian Corps de Marine Vessel P16 which managed to escape to England May 1940 and was renamed HMS Kernot.  Fate unknown. DMKERRERA001001  HMS Kerrera.  T200. Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Oct 1940.  Laid down 14 Mar 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 31 Oct 1941.  Lent to the Royal Norwegian Navy in 1944.  Returned to the Royal Navy in September 1946.  Sold 1946 to Norway as Oksųy.
DMKGV001 (2)001  HMS King George V.  Pennant No 41.   King George V Class Battleship launched in 1939 and broken up in 1959. DMKGV001001  HMS King George V.  Pennant No 41.   King George V Class Battleship launched in 1939 and broken up in 1959. DMKGV002001  HMS King George V.  Pennant No 41.   King George V Class Battleship launched in 1939 and broken up in 1959. DMKGV003001  HMS King George V.  Pennant No 41.   King George V Class Battleship launched in 1939 and broken up in 1959.
DMKGV004001  HMS King George V.  Pennant No 41.   King George V Class Battleship launched in 1939 and broken up in 1959. DMKGV005001  HMS King George V.  Pennant No 41.   King George V Class Battleship launched in 1939 and broken up in 1959. DMKGV006001  HMS King George V.  Pennant No 41.   King George V Class Battleship launched in 1939 and broken up in 1959. DMKHARTOUM001001  HMS Khartoum.  F45.  Destroyer of the K class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Laid down 27 Oct 1937.  Launched 6 Feb 1939.  Commissioned 6 Nov 1939. Heavily damaged by fire and beached in the Red Sea off Perim 23 Jun 1940.
DMKHEDIVE001001  HMS Khedive.  D62.  Former name USS Cordova.  Escort Carrier of the Ameer class.  Built by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Laid down 22 Sep 1942.  Launched	27 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 25 Aug 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 26 January 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 19 July 1946.  Sold into merchantile service being renamed Rempang.  Renamed Daphne in 1968.  Scrapped in Spain in January 1975. DMKILMUN001001  HMS Kilmun.  Built by Smiths Dock.  Launched 1918.   Completed as a cable ship.  Renamed Rask.  Sank on 31 January 1950.  No further data. DMKIMBERLEY001001  HMS Kimberley.  F50.  Destroyer of the K class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Laid down Jan 1938.  Launched 1 Jun 1939.  Commissioned 21 Dec 1939.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 30 March 1949. DMKINGCUP001001  HMS Kingcup.  K33.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 19 Sep 1939.  Laid down 19 Jul 1940.  Launched 31 Oct 1940.  Commissioned	30 Dec 1940.  Sold on 31 July 1946.  Became the merchantile Rubis in 1947.  Renamed Seislim in 1954.  Scrapped at Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht, Holland in 1959.
DMKINGFISHER001001  HMS Kingfisher. P36/ L70/K70.  Patrol vessel of the Kingfisher class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Dec 1923.  Laid down 1 Jun 1934.  Launched 14 Feb 1935.  Commissioned 18 Jun 1935.  Sold 21 April 1947. DMKINGFISHER002001  HMS Kingfisher. P36/ L70/K70.  Patrol vessel of the Kingfisher class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Dec 1923.  Laid down 1 Jun 1934.  Launched 14 Feb 1935.  Commissioned 18 Jun 1935.  Sold 21 April 1947. DMKINGFISHER003001  HMS Kingfisher. P36/ L70/K70.  Patrol vessel of the Kingfisher class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Dec 1923.  Laid down 1 Jun 1934.  Launched 14 Feb 1935.  Commissioned 18 Jun 1935.  Sold 21 April 1947. DMKINGSTON001001  HMS Kingston G64/F64.  Builder: J. Samuel White and Company.  Laid down: 6 October 1937.  Launched:	9 January 1939.  Commissioned: 14 September 1939.  On 11 April 1942, badly damaged by aircraft in La Valletta harbour at Malta while in dry dock. She rolled over and became a constructive total loss.
DMKINGSTON002001  HMS Kingston G64/F64.  Builder: J. Samuel White and Company.  Laid down: 6 October 1937.  Launched:	9 January 1939.  Commissioned: 14 September 1939.  On 11 April 1942, badly damaged by aircraft in La Valletta harbour at Malta while in dry dock. She rolled over and became a constructive total loss. DMKINGSTON003001  HMS Kingston G64/F64.  Builder: J. Samuel White and Company.  Laid down: 6 October 1937.  Launched:	9 January 1939.  Commissioned: 14 September 1939.  On 11 April 1942, badly damaged by aircraft in La Valletta harbour at Malta while in dry dock. She rolled over and became a constructive total loss. DMKIPLING001001  HMS Kipling.  G91/F91.  Destroyer of the K class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Laid down 20 Oct 1937.  Launched 19 Jan 1939.  Commissioned 12 Dec 1939.  On 11 May 1942   she  was bombed and sunk by German Ju 88 aircraft off Mersa Matruth in the eastern Mediterranean. DMKISTNA001001  HMIS Kistna.  U46.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Laid down 14 Jul 1942.  Launched 22 Apr 1943.  Commissioned 26 Aug 1943.	Scrapped in 1980.
DMKITCHENER001001  HMCS Kitchener.  K225.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built as HMCS Vancouver but name changed to Kitchener.  Built by George T. Davie & Sons Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Laid down 28 Feb 1941.  Launched 18 Nov 1941.  Commissioned 28 Jun 1942.  Decommissioned 11 July 1945.  Scrapped in Canada in September 1949. DMKITE001001  HMS Kite.  U87.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Mar 1941.  Laid down 25 Sep 1941.  Launched 13 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 1 Mar 1943.  Sunk on 21 Aug 1944 by U-344. DMKITE002001  HMS Kite.  U87.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Mar 1941.  Laid down 25 Sep 1941.  Launched 13 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 1 Mar 1943.  Sunk on 21 Aug 1944 by U-344. DMKITTIWAKE001001  HMS Kittiwake.  K30/L30.  Kingfisher Class Sloop.  Launched Nov 1936.  Sold to China on 30 September 1946
DMKITTIWAKE002001  HMS Kittiwake.  K30/L30.  Kingfisher Class Sloop.  Launched Nov 1936.  Sold to China on 30 September 1946 DMKITTIWAKE003001  HMS Kittiwake.  K30/L30.  Kingfisher Class Sloop.  Launched Nov 1936.  Sold to China on 30 September 1946 DMKIWI001001  HMNZS Kiwi.  T102.  MS trawler of the Kiwi class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.) : G. Plenty Ltd. (Newbury, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Sep 1939.  Laid down 19 Mar 1940.  Launched 7 Jul 1941. Commissioned 25 Oct 1941.  Sold in September 1963. DMKNARESBOROUGHCASTLE001001  HMS Knaresborough Castle.  K389.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jan 1943.  Laid down	22 Apr 1943.  Launched 28 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 5 Apr 1944.  Scrapped 16 March 1956.
DMKONKAN001001  HMIS Konkan.  J228.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built as HMS Tilbury but transferred to the Indian Navy on completion and renamed Konkan.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland). Ordered 4 Feb 1941.  Laid down 15 Aug 1941.  Launched 18 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 12 Jun 1942.  Scrapped in 1963. DMLADYBIRD001001  HMS Ladybird.  T58.  River gunboat of the Insect class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Feb 1915.  Launched 12 Apr 1916.  Commissioned 26 Apr 1916.  Lost 12 May 1941.  Sunk off Tobruk by German aircraft. DMLAERTES001001  HMS Laertes. J433/M433.  Algerine Class Minesweeper. Launched March 1944. Scrapped 21 April 1959. DMLAFOREY001001  HMS Laforey. G99.   L Class Destroyer.Launched Feb 1941. Torpedoed and sunk by a U-boat in 1944.
DMLAFOREY002001  HMS Laforey. G99.   L Class Destroyer.Launched Feb 1941. Torpedoed and sunk by a U-boat in 1944. DMLAGAN001001  HMS Lagan.  K259.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Jul 1941.  Laid down 7 Jan 1942.  Launched 28 Jul 1942.  Commissioned 21 Dec 1942.  Hit by U-boat, U-270 and declared a total loss on 20 Sep 1943. DMLAMALOUINE001001  HMS La Malouine.  K46.  Corvette of the Flower class. Laid down as La Malouine for the French Navy, but completed as HMS La Malouine for the Royal Navy after France's capitulation to Germany. Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 13 Nov 1939.  Launched 21 Mar 1940.  Commissioned 29 Jul 1940. Scrapped 22 May 1947. DMLAMERTON001001  HMS Lamerton.  L88. Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Shown here as INS Gomati after transfer to the Indian Navy Service.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 10 Apr 1940.  Launched 14 Dec 1940.  Commissioned 16 Aug 1941.  Commissioned as INS Gomati (D93) in 1953.
DMLAMERTON002001  HMS Lamerton.  L88. Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 10 Apr 1940.  Launched 14 Dec 1940.  Commissioned 16 Aug 1941.  Transferred to the Indian Navy Service and commissioned as INS Gomati (D93) in 1953. DMLANARK001001  HMCS Lanark.  K669/321.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Canadian Vickers Ltd. (Montreal, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered Jun 1942.  Laid down 25 Sep 1943.  Launched 10 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 6 Jul 1944.  End service 19 Mar 1965.  Decommissioned 24 October 1945.  Recommissioned as a Prestonian class frigate with penant number 321 on 15 April 1956.  Decommissioned 19 March 1965. DMLANCASTER001001  HMS Lancaster.  G05. Former name USS Philip.   Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Bath Iron Works (Bath, Maine, U.S.A.).  Laid down 1 Sep 1917.  Launched 25 Jul 1918.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1940.  End service Jul 1945.  Decommissioned in July 1945 and placed in reserve fleet until sold for scrap 18 Feb 1947. DMLANCASTERCASTLE001001  HMS Lancaster Castle.   K691.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Dec 1942.  Launched 14 Apr 1944.  Commissioned Sep 1944.  Scrapped  6 Sept 1960.
DMLANCE001001  HMS Lance.  G87.  Destroyer of the L class.  Built by	Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 31 Mar 1938.  Laid down 1 Mar 1939.  Launched	28 Nov 1940.  Commissioned 13 May 1941. Sunk by aircraft bombs at Malta.  Docked for repairs, and was hit on 5th April and 9th April 1942. Written off as a constructive total loss. Salvaged and towed to Britain and sold for scrap June 1944. DMLAPWING001001  HMS Lapwing.  U62.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland) .  Ordered 27 Mar 1941.  Laid down 17 Dec 1941.  Launched 16 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 21 Mar 1944.  Torpedoed and sunk off Northern Russia north of Murmansk bu U-968 on 20 March 1945. DMLARCH001001  HMS Larch.  T96.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Launched 10 Dec 1927.  Commissioned	19 Jun 1939.  Completed on 12 January 1928.  Taken over by the Admiralty in March 1939.  Sold in 1946.  Renamed Westhill in 1946.  Scrapped 10 Oct 1952. DMLARGOBAY001001  HMS Largo Bay.  K423.  Frigate of the Bay class.  Built as Loch Flonn but name changed prior to completion.  Built by William Pickersgill & Sons Ltd. (Sunderland. U.K.).  Ordered 25 Jan 1943.   Laid down 8 Feb 1944.  Launched 3 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 29 Jan 1946.  Scrapped 11 July 1958.  Former name Loch Flonn.
DMLARGOBAY002001  HMS Largo Bay.  K423.  Frigate of the Bay class.  Built as Loch Flonn but name changed prior to completion.  Built by William Pickersgill & Sons Ltd. (Sunderland. U.K.).  Ordered 25 Jan 1943.   Laid down 8 Feb 1944.  Launched 3 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 29 Jan 1946.  Scrapped 11 July 1958.  Former name Loch Flonn. DMLARGS001001  HMS Largs.  	Former French ship MV Charles Plumier.  Commissioned: 1938.  Acquired by Royal Navy November 1941.  Named HMS Largs.  Decommissioned 1945.  Returned to France.  Commissioned 1945.   Decommissioned:	1964.  Sold to Greek Cruise company. Renamed MV Pleias.  Commissioned 1964.  Decommissioned 1968.  Scrapped 1968. DMLARK001001  HMS Lark.  U11.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 27 Mar 1941.  Laid down	5 May 1942.  Launched 28 Aug 1943. Commissioned 10 Apr 1944.  Torpedoed by U-968 NE of Murmansk and towed to the Kola Inlet and declared a total loss by the Royal Navy and the wreck was handed over to the Soviets	17 Feb 1945. DMLARKSPUR001001  HMS Larkspur.  K82.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 26 Mar 1940.  Launched 5 Sep 1940.  Commissioned 4 Jan 1941.  Transferred to the USN on 17 March 1942.  Returned on 22 August 1945.  Sold on 22 July 1946.  Became the mechantile Larkslock.  Scrapped at Hong Kong in 1953.
DMLARNE001001  HMS Larne.  J274.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 3 May 1942.  Laid down 25 Jan 1943.  Launched 2 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 22 Nov 1943.  16th Oct 1944,  after being badly damaged by a mine the previous day during Operation Edgehill. Out of action for the rest of WWII. Sold to Italy in 1946. DMLASSO001001  HMS Lasso.  No data. DMLATONA001001  HMS Latona.  M76.  Minelayer of the Abdiel class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Dec 1938.  Laid down 4 Apr 1939.  Launched 20 Aug 1940.  Commissioned 4 May 1941.  Hit by bombs from attacking German Stukas in the Eastern Med. Scuttled and sunk by a torpedo from HMS Encounter 25 Oct 1941. DMLAUDERDALE001001  HMS Lauderdale.  L95.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1939.  Laid down	21 Dec 1939.  Launched 5 Aug 1941.  Commissioned 23 Dec 1941.  Lent to the Royal Hellenic Navy on 7 May 1946 being renamed Aigaion.  Returned to the Royal Navy 12 November 1959.  Scrapped in 1960.
DMLAUNCESTONCASTLE001001  HMS Launceston Castle.  K397.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jan 1943.  Laid down 27 May 1943.  Launched 27 Nov 1943. Commissioned 20 Jun 1944.  Scrapped 3 Aug 1959. DMLAUREL001001  HMS Laurel.  T29.  Minesweeping Trawler. Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Launched 15 May 1930.  Commissioned	15 Jun 1939.  Completed on 12 June 1930.  Taken over by the Admiralty in November 1935.  Sold in 1946.  Renamed Strathyre in 1947.  Renamed Patricia Hague in 1951.  Scrapped at Troon on 23 May 1955. DMLAUZON001001  HMCS Lauzon.  K371/322.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by George T. Davie & Sons Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered Jun 1942.  Laid down 2 Jul 1943.  Launched 10 Jun 1944.  Commissioned 30 Aug 1944.  End service 24 May 1965.  Decommissioned 7 November 1945.  Recommissioned as a Prestonian class frigate with penant number 322 on 12 December 1953. Decommissioned 24 May 1965. DMLAVENDER001001  HMS Lavender.  K60.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.   Laid down 30 Apr 1940.  Launched 27 Nov 1940.  Commissioned	16 May 1941.  Sold on 9 August 1946.  . Became the merchantile Eugene Vinkle in 1948.
DMLAWFORD001001  HMS Lawford.  K514.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 9 Jul 1943.  Launched	13 Aug 1943.  Commissioned 3 Nov 1943.  Sunk on 8 June, 1944 off Normandy by German aircraft while serving as headquarters ship. DMLAWSON001001  HMS Lawson.  K516.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Laid down 15 Jul 1943.  Launched 13 Aug 1943.  Commissioned 25 Nov 1943.  Returned to the USN on 20 March 1946 and scrapped. DMLAWSON002001  HMS Lawson.  K516.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Laid down 15 Jul 1943.  Launched 13 Aug 1943.  Commissioned 25 Nov 1943.  Returned to the USN on 20 March 1946 and scrapped. DMLEAMINGTON001001  HMS Leamington.  G19.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by New York Shipbuilding Corp. (Camden, New Jersey, U.S.A.).  Laid down 23 Jan 1918.  Launched	28 Sep 1918.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1940. Broken up for scrap 26 July 1951.
DMLEANDER001001  HMS Leander.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched in 1931. She was transferred to the New Zealand Navy in 1937, returned in 1945 and scrapped in 1949. DMLEANDER002001  HMS Leander.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched in 1931. She was transferred to the New Zealand Navy in 1937, returned in 1945 and scrapped in 1949. DMLEANDER003001  HMS Leander.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched in 1931. She was transferred to the New Zealand Navy in 1937, returned in 1945 and scrapped in 1949. DMLEANDER004001  HMS Leander.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched in 1931. She was transferred to the New Zealand Navy in 1937, returned in 1945 and scrapped in 1949.
DMLEANDER005001  HMS Leander.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched in 1931. She was transferred to the New Zealand Navy in 1937, returned in 1945 and scrapped in 1949. DMLEANDER006001  HMS Leander.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched in 1931. She was transferred to the New Zealand Navy in 1937, returned in 1945 and scrapped in 1949. DMLEDA001001  HMS Leda.  J93.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Jul 1936.  Laid down	16 Nov 1936.  Launched 8 Jun 1937.  Commissioned 19 May 1938.  Torpedoed and sunk in the Norwegian Sea by U-4352 on 20 Sep 1942. DMLEDBURY001001  HMS Ledbury.  L90/F90.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by	Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1939.  Laid down 24 Jan 1940.  Launched	27 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 11 Feb 1942.  Scrapped at Rosyth in May 1958.
DMLEDBURY002001  HMS Ledbury.  L90/F90.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by	Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1939.  Laid down 24 Jan 1940.  Launched	27 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 11 Feb 1942.  Scrapped at Rosyth in May 1958. DMLEDBURY003001  HMS Ledbury.  L90/F90.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by	Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1939.  Laid down 24 Jan 1940.  Launched	27 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 11 Feb 1942.  Scrapped at Rosyth in May 1958. DMLEEDS001001  HMS Leeds. G27.  Town Class Destroyer. Launched Aug 1917 as USS Conner and transferred to the RN under lend-lease Oct 1940. Decommissioned in April 1945 and sold for scrap on 4 March 1947 at Grays. DMLEEDSCASTLE001001  HMS Leeds Castle.  K384/F384.  Castle-class Corvette. Launched 12 October 1943. Served in the B3 Escort Group, protecting Atlantic convoys until the end of the war in 1945.   Anti-Submarine Training Squadron at the Portland, until she was paid off at Chatham, November 1956. She was scrapped in 1958.
DMLEEWARD001001  HMS Leeward.   Admiralty Drifter.  Launched 1918.  Employed on General Harbour Duties.  Sold 1947. DMLEGION001001  HMS Legion.  G74.  Destroyer of the L class.  Built by	Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 31 Mar 1938.  Laid down 1 Nov 1938.  Launched 26 Dec 1939.  Commissioned 19 Dec 1940.  Damaged by aircraft bombs at Malta on 24 March 1942 and beached. Sunk by aircraft bombs in Grand Harbour on the 26th. Broke in two and both halves were eventually re-floated for scuttling in deeper water since they created a hazard. DMLEITH001001  HMS Leith. U36.  Grimsby class sloop launched in 1933 and sold in 1946 into civilian service.  Acquired by the Royal Danish Navy in 1949 and renamed HMDS Galathea. Scrapped in 1955. DMLENNOX001001  HMS Lennox.  J276.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by	Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 3 May 1942.  Laid down 3 Mar 1943.  Launched 15 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 18 Jan 1944.  Scrapped 1 June 1961.
DMLEVIS001001  HMCS Levis.  K115.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by George T. Davie & Sons Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 24 Jan 1940.  Laid down 11 Mar 1940.  Launched 4 Sep 1940.  Commissioned 16 May 1941.  Hit by torpedo and sunk on 19 Sep 1941 by U-74. DMLEWES001001  HMS Lewes.  G68.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Norfolk Navy Yard (Portsmouth, Virginia, U.S.A.).  Laid down 20 Nov 1917.  Launched 29 Jun 1918.  Commissioned	23 Oct 1940.  End service,  scrapped 12 Oct 1945. DMLIDDESDALE001001  HMS Liddesdale.  L100.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).   Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 20 Nov 1939.  Launched 19 Aug 1940. Commissioned 28 Feb 1941.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 1 January 1948. DMLIDDESDALE002001  HMS Liddesdale.  L100.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).   Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 20 Nov 1939.  Launched 19 Aug 1940. Commissioned 28 Feb 1941.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 1 January 1948.
DMLIFFEY001001  HMS Liffey.  T81.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Axe class.  Built by Smith's Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Launched 1 Jun 1916.  Sold in 1947. DMLIGHTFOOT001001  HMS Lightfoot.  J288.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by	Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 9 Dec 1941.  Laid down 18 Aug 1942.  Launched 14 Nov 1942.   Commissioned 19 Oct 1943.  Returned to the US Navy on 10 December 1946.  Sold to Greece in February 1948 and renamed Navmachos (M-64). DMLIGHTFOOT002001  HMS Lightfoot.  J288.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by	Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 9 Dec 1941.  Laid down 18 Aug 1942.  Launched 14 Nov 1942.   Commissioned 19 Oct 1943.  Returned to the US Navy on 10 December 1946.  Sold to Greece in February 1948 and renamed Navmachos (M-64). DMLIGHTNING001001  HMS Lightning.  G55.  Destroyer of the L class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 31 Mar 1938.  Laid down 15 Nov 1938.  Launched 22 Apr 1940.  Commissioned	28 May 1941.  Torpedoed and sunk about 35 nautical miles north of Bizerte, Tunisia 12 Mar 1943.
DMLILAC001001  HMS Lilac.  T26.  Minesweeping  Trawler.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched 8 Nov 1930.  Commissioned 9 Aug 1938.  Completed in December 1930.  Taken over by the Admiralty in November 1935.  Sold in 1946.  Renamed Robert Hewitt in 1946.  Scrapped at Preston in 1961. DMLIMBOURNE001001  HMS Limbourne.  L57.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered	28 Jul 1940.  Laid down 8 Apr 1941.  Launched 12 May 1942. Commissioned 23 Oct 1942. Heavily damaged by the German torpedo boats T 22 and T 24  on 23 Oct 1942 along with cruiser HMS Charybdis in the English Channel. Sunk by HMS Rocket and HMS Talybont when impossible to salvage. DMLINARIA001001  HMS Linaria.  K282.  Former name USS Clash.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Midland Shipyards Ltd. (Midland. Ontario, Canada).  Ordered	6 Oct 1941.  Launched 18 Nov 1942.  Commissioned 22 Jun 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 27 July 1946. DMLINCOLN001001  HMS Lincoln.  G42.  Town Class Destroyer. Launched for the US Navy as USS Yarnall and acquired on Lend-lease in 1940. Lent to the Norwegian Navy in 1941, then the Soviet Navy in 1944 as Ruzni. She served with them until 1952, when she was sold for scrapping.
DMLINDISFARNE001001  HMS Lindisfarne. T361/P44. Isle Class Minesweeping Trawler. Launched June 1943. Scrapped at Dover on 26 April 1958. DMLINNET001001  HMS Linnet. Minelayer launched at Dunston in 1938 and broken up in 1964. DMLINNET002001  HMS Linnet. Minelayer launched at Dunston in 1938 and broken up in 1964. DMLIONESS001001  HMS Lioness.  J377.  Former name HMCS Petrolia.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered	25 Nov 1942.  Laid down 10 Nov 1943.  Launched 15 Mar 1944.  Commissioned 11 Dec 1944.  Scrapped 15 November 1956.
DMLIVELY001001  HMS Lively. G40.  L-class destroyer launched in Jan 1941 and sunk in an air attack off Tobruk in May 1942. DMLIVERPOOL001001  HMS Liverpool.  C11.  Town-Class Light Cruiser launched in 1938 and scrapped in 1958. DMLIVERPOOL002001  HMS Liverpool.  C11.  Town-Class Light Cruiser launched in 1938 and scrapped in 1958. DMLIVERPOOL003001  HMS Liverpool.  C11.  Town-Class Light Cruiser launched in 1938 and scrapped in 1958.
DMLIVERPOOL004001  HMS Liverpool.  C11.  Town-Class Light Cruiser launched in 1938 and scrapped in 1958. DMLIVERPOOL005001  HMS Liverpool.  C11.  Town-Class Light Cruiser launched in 1938 and scrapped in 1958. DMLIVERPOOL006001  HMS Liverpool.  C11.  Town-Class Light Cruiser launched in 1938 and scrapped in 1958. DMLIVERPOOL007001  HMS Liverpool.  C11.  Town-Class Light Cruiser launched in 1938 and scrapped in 1958.
DMLIVERPOOL008001  HMS Liverpool.  C11.  Town-Class Light Cruiser launched in 1938 and scrapped in 1958. DMLIVERPOOL009001  HMS Liverpool.  C11.  Town-Class Light Cruiser launched in 1938 and scrapped in 1958. DMLOBELIA001001  HMS Lobelia.  K05.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Alexander Hall & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 27 Jun 1940.  Launched 15 Feb 1941.  Served as the Free French corvette Lobelia (name not changed from 1941). Returned to the Royal Navy in April 1947.  Sold  June 1969 for breaking up. DMLOCHACHANALT-PUKAKI001001  HMCS Loch Achanalt.  K424.   Loch Class Frigate.  Launched March 1944 and loaned to the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II.  Decommissioned 20 June 1945.  Returned to the Royal Navy in September 1948 and transferred to the Royal New Zealand Navy on 3 september 1948 being renamed HMNZS Pukaki.  Scrapped in 1966.
DMLOCHACHANALT001001  HMCS Loch Achanalt.  K424.   Loch Class Frigate.  Launched March 1944 and loaned to the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II.  Decommissioned 20 June 1945.  Returned to the Royal Navy in September 1948 and transferred to the Royal New Zealand Navy on 3 september 1948 being renamed HMNZS Pukaki.  Scrapped in 1966. DMLOCHACHRAY001001  HMS Loch Achray. K426/F426.   Loch Class Frigate. Launched on 7 July 1944. She was transferred to the Royal New Zealand Navy and renamed HMNZS Kaniere in September 1948, and from January 1961 she was used as a training ship. She was sold in 1966 for breaking up in Hong Kong. DMLOCHACHRAY002001  HMS Loch Achray. K426/F426.   Loch Class Frigate. Launched on 7 July 1944. She was transferred to the Royal New Zealand Navy and renamed HMNZS Kaniere in September 1948, and from January 1961 she was used as a training ship. She was sold in 1966 for breaking up in Hong Kong. DMLOCHALVIE001001  HMCS Loch Alvie. K428.  Loch Class Frigate. Loaned to the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II. Served as a convoy escort, mostly on convoys between Iceland and Murmansk. She was scrapped in 1965.
DMLOCHALVIE002001  HMCS Loch Alvie. K428.  Loch Class Frigate. Loaned to the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II. Served as a convoy escort, mostly on convoys between Iceland and Murmansk. She was scrapped in 1965. DMLOCHARKAIG001001  HMS Loch Arkaig.  K603.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. (Dundee, Scotland).  Ordered 2 Feb 1943.  Laid down 1 Nov 1944. Launched 7 Jun 1945. Commissioned 17 Nov 1945. Scrapped 28 January 1960. DMLOCHCRAGGIE001001  Loch Craggie. K609/F609. Loch Class Frigate. Launched May 1944. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 8 July 1963. DMLOCHDUNVEGAN001001  HMS Loch Dunvegan. K425.  Loch-Class Frigate. Launched in 1944 and broken up in 1960.
DMLOCHDUNVEGAN002001  HMS Loch Dunvegan. K425.  Loch-Class Frigate. Launched in 1944 and broken up in 1960. DMLOCHECK001001  HMS Loch Eck. F422.   Loch Class Frigates.  Laid down for the RN as HMS Loch Eck  on 25 October 1943. Loch Eck was launched on 25 April 1943, and commissioned into the RN on 7 November 1944. Transferred to New Zealand Sept 1948 and renamed HMNZS Hawea. Sold for breaking Sept 1965. DMLOCHFADA001001  HMS Loch Fada.  K390/F390.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland). Ordered 25 Jan 1943   Laid down 8 Jun 1943. Launched	14 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 10 Apr 1944.  Decommissioned on 27 October 1967.  Used as a floating platform for test firing of Sea Wolf missiles off the quarter deck on the MOD range at Luce Bay, Scotland.  Arrived at Faslane to be scrapped on 28 May 1970. DMLOCHFADA002001  HMS Loch Fada.  K390/390.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland). Ordered 25 Jan 1943   Laid down 8 Jun 1943. Launched	14 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 10 Apr 1944.  Decommissioned on 27 October 1967.  Used as a floating platform for test firing of Sea Wolf missiles off the quarter deck on the MOD range at Luce Bay, Scotland.  Arrived at Faslane to be scrapped on 28 May 1970.
DMLOCHFADA003001  HMS Loch Fada.  K390F390.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland). Ordered 25 Jan 1943   Laid down 8 Jun 1943. Launched	14 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 10 Apr 1944.  Decommissioned on 27 October 1967.  Used as a floating platform for test firing of Sea Wolf missiles off the quarter deck on the MOD range at Luce Bay, Scotland.  Arrived at Faslane to be scrapped on 28 May 1970. DMLOCHFADA004001  HMS Loch Fada.  K390/F390.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland). Ordered 25 Jan 1943   Laid down 8 Jun 1943. Launched	14 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 10 Apr 1944.  Decommissioned on 27 October 1967.  Used as a floating platform for test firing of Sea Wolf missiles off the quarter deck on the MOD range at Luce Bay, Scotland.  Arrived at Faslane to be scrapped on 28 May 1970. DMLOCHFYNE001001  HMS Loch Fyne.  K429/F429. Loch Class Anti Aircraft Frigate. Launched  24-May-1944. Scrapped 1970 DMLOCHGLENDHU001001  HMS Loch Glendhu. K619/F619. Loch Class Frigate.  Launched Oct 1944. Scrapped on 14 November 1957.
DMLOCHGORM001001  HMS Loch Gorm.  K620. Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 2 Feb 1943.  Laid down 28 Dec 1943.  Launched 8 Jun 1944.  Commissioned	18 Dec 1944.  Sold to Greece in September 1961 and renamed Orion.  Scrapped in 1966. DMLOCHINSH-HANGTUAH001001  HMS Loch Insh.  K433/F433.   Loch-Class Frigate. Launched on 10 May 1943. She served in World War II. On 29 April 1945, in the Barents Sea she assisted in sinking the German submarine U-286 with depth charges. On the same day she sank U-307. Transferred to the Royal Malaysian Navy Oct 1964 and renamed KD Hang Tuah. Scrapped in 1977 DMLOCHINSH001001  HMS Loch Insh.  K433/F433.   Loch-Class Frigate. Launched on 10 May 1943. She served in World War II. On 29 April 1945, in the Barents Sea she assisted in sinking the German submarine U-286 with depth charges. On the same day she sank U-307. Transferred to the Royal Malaysian Navy Oct 1964 and renamed KD Hang Tuah. Scrapped in 1977 DMLOCHINSH002001  HMS Loch Insh.  K433/F433.   Loch-Class Frigate. Launched on 10 May 1943. She served in World War II. On 29 April 1945, in the Barents Sea she assisted in sinking the German submarine U-286 with depth charges. On the same day she sank U-307. Transferred to the Royal Malaysian Navy Oct 1964 and renamed KD Hang Tuah. Scrapped in 1977
DMLOCHINSH003001  HMS Loch Insh.  K433/F433.   Loch-Class Frigate. Launched on 10 May 1943. She served in World War II. On 29 April 1945, in the Barents Sea she assisted in sinking the German submarine U-286 with depth charges. On the same day she sank U-307. Transferred to the Royal Malaysian Navy Oct 1964 and renamed KD Hang Tuah. Scrapped in 1977 DMLOCHKATRINE-ROTOITI001001  HMS Loch Katrine.  K625.  Loch Class Frigate.  Launched 21 August 1944. Transferred to Royal New Zealand Navy in 1949 as Rotoiti. Scrapped 1967 DMLOCHKATRINE001001  HMS Loch Katrine.  K625.  Loch Class Frigate.  Launched 21 August 1944. Transferred to Royal New Zealand Navy in 1949 as Rotoiti. Scrapped 1967 DMLOCHKATRINE002001  HMS Loch Katrine.  K625.  Loch Class Frigate.  Launched 21 August 1944. Transferred to Royal New Zealand Navy in 1949 as Rotoiti. Scrapped 1967
DMLOCHKATRINE003001  HMS Loch Katrine.  K625.  Loch Class Frigate.  Launched 21 August 1944. Transferred to Royal New Zealand Navy in 1949 as Rotoiti. Scrapped 1967 DMLOCHKILLIN001001  HMS Loch Killin.  K391.  Loch Class Frigate. Launched on 29 November 1943. Scrapped on 24 August 1960. DMLOCHKILLISPORT001001  HMS Loch Killisport.  K628.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 2 Feb 1943.  Laid down 28 Dec 1943.  Launched 6 Jul 1944.  Commissioned 9 Sep 1945.  Scrapped in March 1970. DMLOCHKILLISPORT002001  HMS Loch Killisport.  K628.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 2 Feb 1943.  Laid down 28 Dec 1943.  Launched 6 Jul 1944.  Commissioned 9 Sep 1945.  Scrapped in March 1970.
DMLOCHKILLISPORT003001  HMS Loch Killisport.  K628.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 2 Feb 1943.  Laid down 28 Dec 1943.  Launched 6 Jul 1944.  Commissioned 9 Sep 1945.  Scrapped in March 1970. DMLOCHKILLISPORT004001  HMS Loch Killisport.  K628.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 2 Feb 1943.  Laid down 28 Dec 1943.  Launched 6 Jul 1944.  Commissioned 9 Sep 1945.  Scrapped in March 1970. DMLOCHKILLISPORT005001  HMS Loch Killisport.  K628.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 2 Feb 1943.  Laid down 28 Dec 1943.  Launched 6 Jul 1944.  Commissioned 9 Sep 1945.  Scrapped in March 1970. DMLOCHLOMOND001001  HMS Loch Lomond.  K437/F437.  Loch-Class Frigate. Launched Jun 1944. Scrapped in October 1968.
DMLOCHLOMOND002001  HMS Loch Lomond.  K437/F437.  Loch-Class Frigate. Launched Jun 1944. Scrapped in October 1968. DMLOCHMORE001001  HMS Loch More.  K639.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. (Dundee, Scotland).  Ordered	2 Feb 1943.  Laid down 16 Mar 1944.  Launched 3 Oct 1944.   Commissioned 24 Feb 1945.  Scrapped 27 August 1963. DMLOCHMORLICH-TUTIRA001001  HMCS Loch Morlich. K517/F517.  Loch Class Frigate. Launched Jan 1944 and loaned to Canada and returned to RN June 1945. Transferred to the New Zealand Navy in 1949 and renamed Tutira. Scrapped 1966. DMLOCHMORLICH001001  HMCS Loch Morlich. K517/F517.  Loch Class Frigate. Launched Jan 1944 and loaned to Canada and returned to RN June 1945. Transferred to the New Zealand Navy in 1949 and renamed Tutira. Scrapped 1966.
DMLOCHQUOICH001001  HMS Loch Quoich.  K434/F434.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by	Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co. (Blyth).  Ordered 25 Jan 1943.  Laid down 3 Dec 1943.  Launched 2 Sep 1944.  Commissioned	11 Jan 1945.  Scrapped 13 November 1957. DMLOCHQUOICH002001  HMS Loch Quoich.  K434/F434.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by	Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co. (Blyth).  Ordered 25 Jan 1943.  Laid down 3 Dec 1943.  Launched 2 Sep 1944.  Commissioned	11 Jan 1945.  Scrapped 13 November 1957. DMLOCHRUTHVEN001001  HMS Loch Ruthven.  K645/F645.  Loch Class Frigate.  Launched June 1944. Decommissioned in March 1963. Scrapped in 1966. DMLOCHRUTHVEN002001  HMS Loch Ruthven.  K645/F645.  Loch Class Frigate.  Launched June 1944. Decommissioned in March 1963. Scrapped in 1966.
DMLOCHRUTHVEN003001  HMS Loch Ruthven.  K645/F645.  Loch Class Frigate.  Launched June 1944. Decommissioned in March 1963. Scrapped in 1966. DMLOCHSCAVAIG001001  HMS Loch Scavaig.  K 648/F648.  Loch Class Frigate.  Launched Sept 1944. Scrapped 12 August 1965. DMLOCHSCAVAIG002001  HMS Loch Scavaig.  K 648/F648.  Loch Class Frigate.  Launched Sept 1944. Scrapped 12 August 1965. DMLOCHSHIN-TAUPO001001  HMS Loch Shin. K421/421. Loch Class Frigate. Launched Feb 1944.  Transferred to New Zealand Navy Sept 1948 and renamed HMNZS Taupo. Sold to be broken up for scrap in 1961.
DMLOCHSHIN-TAUPO002001  HMS Loch Shin. K421/421. Loch Class Frigate. Launched Feb 1944.  Transferred to New Zealand Navy Sept 1948 and renamed HMNZS Taupo. Sold to be broken up for scrap in 1961. DMLOCHSHIN001001  HMS Loch Shin. K421/421. Loch Class Frigate. Launched Feb 1944.  Transferred to New Zealand Navy Sept 1948 and renamed HMNZS Taupo. Sold to be broken up for scrap in 1961. DMLOCHTARBERT001001  HMS Loch Tarbert.  K431.  Loch Class Frigate.  Launched Oct 1944. Scrapped 18 September 1959. DMLOCHTARBERT002001  HMS Loch Tarbert.  K431.  Loch Class Frigate.  Launched Oct 1944. Scrapped 18 September 1959.
DMLOCHTARBERT003001  HMS Loch Tarbert.  K431.  Loch Class Frigate.  Launched Oct 1944. Scrapped 18 September 1959. DMLOCHTARBERT004001  HMS Loch Tarbert.  K431.  Loch Class Frigate.  Launched Oct 1944. Scrapped 18 September 1959. DMLOCHTRALAIG001001  HMS Loch Tralaig.  K655.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. (Dundee, Scotland).  Ordered 2 Feb 1943. Laid down 26 Jun 1944. Launched 12 Feb 1945.   Commissioned 4 Jul 1945.  Scrapped 24 August 1963. DMLOCHTRALAIG002001  HMS Loch Tralaig.  K655.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. (Dundee, Scotland).  Ordered 2 Feb 1943. Laid down 26 Jun 1944. Launched 12 Feb 1945.   Commissioned 4 Jul 1945.  Scrapped 24 August 1963.
DMLOCHVEYATIE001001  HMS Loch Veyatie.  K 658/F658.  Loch Class Frigate. Launched Oct 1945.  Scrapped 12 August 1965. DMLOCHVEYATIE002001  HMS Loch Veyatie.  K 658/F658.  Loch Class Frigate. Launched Oct 1945.  Scrapped 12 August 1965. DMLOCHVEYATIE003001  HMS Loch Veyatie.  K 658/F658.  Loch Class Frigate. Launched Oct 1945.  Scrapped 12 August 1965. DMLOCHY001001  HMS Lochy.  K365.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Sep 1942.  Laid down 23 Feb 1943.  Launched	30 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 8 Feb 1944.  On 6 June 1944 she was involved in Operation Neptune, the Allied landing in Normandy.  Scrapped at Troon on 29 June 1956.
DMLOCKEPORT001001  HMCS Lockeport.  J100.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by North Vancouver Ship Repairs Ltd. (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada).  Ordered 28 Nov 1940.  Laid down 17 Jun 1941. Launched 22 Aug 1941.  Commissioned	27 May 1942.  Decommissioned and returned to the R.N. on 2 July 1945 and scrapped in 1948. DMLONDON001001  HMS London.  Pennant No 69.   County-Class Heavy Cruiser launched in 1927 and sold in 1950. Sold for scrap January 1950. DMLONDON002001  HMS London.  Pennant No 69.   County-Class Heavy Cruiser launched in 1927 and sold in 1950. Sold for scrap January 1950. DMLONDON003001  HMS London.  Pennant No 69.   County-Class Heavy Cruiser launched in 1927 and sold in 1950. Sold for scrap January 1950.
DMLONDON004001  HMS London.  Pennant No 69.   County-Class Heavy Cruiser launched in 1927 and sold in 1950. Sold for scrap January 1950. DMLONDON005001  HMS London.  Pennant No 69.   County-Class Heavy Cruiser launched in 1927 and sold in 1950. Sold for scrap January 1950. DMLONDON006001  HMS London.  Pennant No 69.   County-Class Heavy Cruiser launched in 1927 and sold in 1950. Sold for scrap January 1950. DMLONDON007001  HMS London.  Pennant No 69.   County-Class Heavy Cruiser launched in 1927 and sold in 1950. Sold for scrap January 1950.
DMLONDON008001  HMS London.  Pennant No 69.   County-Class Heavy Cruiser launched in 1927 and sold in 1950. Sold for scrap January 1950. DMLONDON009001  HMS London.  Pennant No 69.   County-Class Heavy Cruiser launched in 1927 and sold in 1950. Sold for scrap January 1950 DMLONDON010001  HMS London.  Pennant No 69.   County-Class Heavy Cruiser launched in 1927 and sold in 1950. Sold for scrap January 1950 DMLONDON011001  HMS London.  Pennant No 69.   County-Class Heavy Cruiser launched in 1927 and sold in 1950. Sold for scrap January 1950
DMLONDON012001  HMS London.  Pennant No 69.   County-Class Heavy Cruiser launched in 1927 and sold in 1950. Sold for scrap January 1950 DMLONDON013001  HMS London.  Pennant No 69.   County-Class Heavy Cruiser launched in 1927 and sold in 1950. Sold for scrap January 1950 DMLONDONDERRY001001  HMS Londonderry.  L76/U76).  Sloop of the Grimsby class.  Built by	Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Mar 1934.  Laid down 11 Jun 1934. Launched 16 Jan 1935.  Commissioned 20 Sep 1935.  Sold 8 March 1946. DMLOOKOUT001001  HMS Lookout. G32.  L Class Destroyer.  Launched on 4 November 1940.  Broken up Jan 1948.
DMLOOKOUT002001  HMS Lookout. G32.  L Class Destroyer.  Launched on 4 November 1940.  Broken up Jan 1948. DMLOOSESTRIFE001001  HMS Loosestrife.  K105.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered	25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 9 Dec 1940.  Launched 25 Aug 1941.  Commissioned	25 Nov 1941.  Sold on 4 October 1946.  Became the merchantile Kallsevni in 1947. DMLORNADOONE001001  HMS Lorna Doone.   Paddle Steamer requisitioned by the Admiralty during both World Wars.  Built in 1891 by Napier, Shanks and Bell at Yoker.  Went into war service Aug 1914 as a patrol vessel on the Solent, then to the Dover Patrol as a minesweeper (1915-1919).  Spent World War II initially as a minesweeper, then as an anti-aircraft vessel, finally becoming an accommodation ship on the Clyde.  Released from Admiralty service in Jan 1947.  Scrapped Oct 14th 1948. DMLOSSIE001001  HMS Lossie.  K303.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Canadian Vickers (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 9 Dec 1941.  Laid down 2 Oct 1942.  Launched 30 Apr 1943.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1943.  Was to be built in Canada for the United States Navy but transferred to the Royal Navy under the lend-lease program.  Returned to the U.S.N. 26 January 1946.
DMLOTHIAN001001  HMS Lothian.   Formerly  CITY OF EDINBURGH.  Built 1938 by Cammel, Laird & Co, Birkenhead for Ellerman City Line.  Nov.1942 took part in convoy KMF4 carrying troops for Operation Torch (Invasion of North Africa). Sep.1943 taken over by Admiralty and converted to Landing Ship Headquarters for Pacific operations.  July 1944 renamed HMS LOTHIAN.  3rd Aug.1944 she left the Clyde for the Pacific. 29th Sep, HMS LOTHIAN joined the U.S.6th fleet at New Guinea. Feb.1945 she became flagship to Rear Admiral D. B. Fisher.  1946 returned to Ellerman Line and reverted to CITY OF EDINBURGH. DMLOTUS001001  HMS Lotus. K93/K103.  Flower Class Corvette.  Launched in 1942. She was lent to the Free French Navy between 1942 and 1947, and renamed Commandante d'Estienne d'Orves. She was sold for scrapping in 1947 and broken up in 1951 DMLOTUS002001  HMS Lotus. K93/K130.  Flower Class Corvette.  Launched in 1942. She was lent to the Free French Navy between 1942 and 1947, and renamed Commandante d'Estienne d'Orves. She was sold for scrapping in 1947 and broken up in 1951 DMLOTUS003001  HMS Lotus. K93K103.  Flower Class Corvette.  Launched in 1942. She was lent to the Free French Navy between 1942 and 1947, and renamed Commandante d'Estienne d'Orves. She was sold for scrapping in 1947 and broken up in 1951
DMLOUIS001001  HMS Louis.  K515.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 9 Jul 1943.  Launched 13 Aug 1943.  Commissioned	9 Nov 1943.  Returned to the USN on 20 March 1946. Scrapped. DMLOWESTOFT001001  HMS Lowestoft.  L59/U59.  Sloop of the Grimsby class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 1 May 1933.  Laid down 21 Aug 1933.  Launched 11 Apr 1934.  Commissioned 22 Nov 1934.  Sold 4 October 1946. DMLOWESTOFT002001  HMS Lowestoft.  L59/U59.  Sloop of the Grimsby class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 1 May 1933.  Laid down 21 Aug 1933.  Launched 11 Apr 1934.  Commissioned 22 Nov 1934.  Sold 4 October 1946. DMLOYAL001001  HMS Loyal.  G15.   L-Class Destroyer.  Launched in 1941 and sold in 1948.
DMLOYALTY001001  HMS Loyalty.  J217.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched in 1942 as HMS Rattler. She was renamed HMS Loyalty in 1943 and was sunk in 1944 DMLST77001001  LST 77. Tank Landing Ship. Launched April 1943 in Indiana USA. Decommissioned and returned to the USN on 12 May 1946. DMLST302001001  HMS LST 302.   L302.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 2) class.  Ex USS LST 302.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 27 Jun 1942.  Launched 15 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 14 Nov 1942.  Decommissioned and returned to the USN on 5 January 1946. DMLST3002001001  LST 3002. Tank Landing Ship. Commissioned Aug 1945. Survived a ramming in Suez which cut her in two and was towed to Port and repaired in Malta. In April 1947, she was sold to the Greek Navy to become RHS Aliakmon (L104). In 1947 she was sold to I Sariktzis of Piraeus, Greece.
DMLST3019001001  HMS LST 3019.  L3019.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class. Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Laid down 13 Mar 1944.  Launched 4 Sep 1944. Commissioned 30 Dec 1944.  Scapped in December 1959. DMLST3021001001  HMS LST 3021.  L3021.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Lithgows Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland, U.K.).  Laid down 4 May 1944.  Launched 23 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 20 Apr 1945.  Transferred to War Department and became RASCV Charles McLeod 1946 and later chartered to BI Co.   Scrapped July 1968. DMLST3024001001  HMS LST 3024.  L3024.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Launched 4 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 15 Mar 1945.  Transferred to War Department 1946 and renamed Maxwell Brander and later transferred to BI Co.  Scrapped 1968. DMLST3026001001  HMS LST 3026.  L3026.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.).  Laid down 11 Apr 1944.  L aunched 30 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 16 Jun 1945.  Renamed HMS Charger 1947 and Empire Nordic 1955 when on MoT Charter to BI Co.  Scrapped Oct 1968.
DMLST3027001001  HMS LST 3027.  L3027.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.).  Renamed Lofoten 1947 and converted to the first Helicopter Support Ship 1964.  Laid down 30 May 1944.  Launched 26 Jan 1945.  Commissioned 24 Oct 1945.  Stricken in 1991.  Scrapped in November 1993. DMLST3027002001  HMS LST 3027.  L3027.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.).  Renamed Lofoten 1947 and converted to the first Helicopter Support Ship 1964.  Laid down 30 May 1944.  Launched 26 Jan 1945.  Commissioned 24 Oct 1945.  Stricken in 1991.  Scrapped in November 1993. DMLST3027003001  HMS LST 3027.  L3027.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.).  Renamed Lofoten 1947 and converted to the first Helicopter Support Ship 1964.  Laid down 30 May 1944.  Launched 26 Jan 1945.  Commissioned 24 Oct 1945.  Stricken in 1991.  Scrapped in November 1993. DMLST3028001001  HMS LST 3028.  L3028.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Laid down 15 Mar 1944.  Launched 16 Nov 1944.  Commissioned 19 May 1945.  Transferred to War Department 1946 and renamed RASCV Snowden Smith.  Scrapped at La Spezia in 1961.
DMLST3033001001  HMS LST 3033.  L3033.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by William Pickersgill & Sons Ltd. (Sunderland. U.K.).  Launched 11 Feb 1945.  Commissioned 19 Jul 1945.  rated as Anti Aircraft Firing Ship.  Transferred to MoT during Suez Crisis and renamed Empire Shearwater.  Scrapped in November 1962. DMLST3036001001  HMS LST 3036.  L3036.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Troon, Scotland).  Launched 20 Nov 1944.  Commissioned	5 May 1945.  Renamed HMS Puncher 1947.  Scrapped in June 1961. DMLST3036002001  HMS LST 3036.  L3036.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Troon, Scotland).  Launched 20 Nov 1944.  Commissioned	5 May 1945.  Renamed HMS Puncher 1947.  Scrapped in June 1961. DMLST3037001001  HMS LST 3037.  L3037.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Launched 30 Jan 1945.  Commissioned	31 May 1945.  Transferred to War Department 1946 and renamed RASCV  Evan Gibb and later taken over by MoT and chartered to BI Co. Scrapped in Italy 1963.
DMLST3037002001  HMS LST 3037.  L3037.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Launched 30 Jan 1945.  Commissioned	31 May 1945.  Transferred to War Department 1946 and renamed RASCV  Evan Gibb and later taken over by MoT and chartered to BI Co. Scrapped in Italy 1963. DMLST3038001001  HMS LST 3038.  L3038.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Launched 14 Mar 1945.  Commissioned	27 Jul 1945.  Renamed HMS Fighter 1947 and transferred to MoT 1956 and chartered to BI Co. Scrapped in August 1968. DMLST3041001001  HMS LST 3041.  L3041.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Govan, Scotland).  Launched 31 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 6 Jun 1945.  Transferred to MoT and renamed Empire Doric 1954 and chartered to BI Co.  Scrapped Jan 1960. DMLST3043001001  HMS LST 3043.  L3043.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Launched	27 Apr 1945.  Renamed HMS Messina 1947.  Sold for scrap in September 1980.
DMLST3044001001  HMS LST 3044.  L3044.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Laid down 14 Dec 1944.  Launched 29 Jul 1945.  Commissioned 4 Apr 1946. Renamed HMS Narvik 1947.  Sold on 1 December 1971 and scrapped in 1972. DMLST3044002001  HMS LST 3044.  L3044.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Laid down 14 Dec 1944.  Launched 29 Jul 1945.  Commissioned 4 Apr 1946. Renamed HMS Narvik 1947.  Sold on 1 December 1971 and scrapped in 1972. DMLST3044003001  HMS LST 3044.  L3044.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Laid down 14 Dec 1944.  Launched 29 Jul 1945.  Commissioned 4 Apr 1946. Renamed HMS Narvik 1947.  Sold on 1 December 1971 and scrapped in 1972. DMLST3502001001  HMS LST 3502.  L3502.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Canadian Vickers Ltd. (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Laid down 4 Apr 1944.  Launched 31 Aug 1944.  Commissioned 16 May 1945.  Loaned to Greece in 1947 and renamed RHNS Strymon.  Scrapped in Italy July 1962.
DMLST3503001001  HMS LST 3503.  L3503.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Canadian Vickers Ltd. (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Launched 12 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 5 May 1945. Loaned to Greece in 1947 and renamed RHNS Acheloos.  Scrapped 1962. DMLST3504001001  HMS LST 3504.  L3504.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class. Launched Nov 1944.   Renamed HMS Pursuer 1947.  Transferred to MoT 1956 and renamed Empire Tern. Chartered to BI Co.  Scrapped circa 1962. DMLST3504002001  HMS LST 3504.  L3504.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class. Launched Nov 1944.   Renamed HMS Pursuer 1947.  Transferred to MoT 1956 and renamed Empire Tern. Chartered to BI Co.  Scrapped circa 1962. DMLST3505001001  HMS LST 3505.  L3505.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Canadian Vickers Ltd. (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Launched 23 Nov 1944.  Commissioned 20 Jun 1945. Renamed HMS Ravager 1947.  Scrapped in June 1961.
DMLST3505002001  HMS LST 3505.  L3505.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Canadian Vickers Ltd. (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Launched 23 Nov 1944.  Commissioned 20 Jun 1945. Renamed HMS Ravager 1947.  Scrapped in June 1961. DMLST3507001001  HMS LST 3507.  L3507.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Launched 28 Oct 1944.   Commissioned 15 May 1945.  Transferred to MoT 1954 and renamed Empire Gaelic and chartered to BI Co.  Sold for scrap 1960. DMLST3509001001  HMS LST 3509.  L3509.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Launched 23 Nov 1944.  Commissioned 22 Jun 1945.  Transferred to the War Department 1946 and renamed RASCV Humphrey Gale.  Scrapped Genoa Jan 1961. DMLST3510001001  HMS LST 3510.  L3510.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Laid down 12 Jun 1944.  Launched 28 Nov 1944.  Commissioned 17 Jul 1945.  Renamed HMS Slinger 1947.  Transferred to MoT 1956 and renamed Empire Kittiwake and chartered to BI Co.
DMLST3510002001  HMS LST 3510.  L3510.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Laid down 12 Jun 1944.  Launched 28 Nov 1944.  Commissioned 17 Jul 1945.  Renamed HMS Slinger 1947.  Transferred to MoT 1956 and renamed Empire Kittiwake and chartered to BI Co. DMLST3511001001  HMS LST 3511.  L3511.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Launched 29 Nov 1944. Commissioned 14 Sep 1945.  Renamed HMS Reggio 1947.  Scrapped in August 1960. DMLST3511002001  HMS LST 3511.  L3511.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Launched 29 Nov 1944. Commissioned 14 Sep 1945.  Renamed HMS Reggio 1947.  Scrapped in August 1960. DMLST3515001001  HMS LST 3515.  L3515.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Yarrows Ltd. (Esquimalt, British Columbia, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Laid down	22 Feb 1944.  Launched 16 Dec 1944.  Commissioned 5 Jun 1945.  Renamed HMS Stalker 1947.  Shown here as decommissioned and converted to accommodation ship at Rosyth.  Scrapped in December 2002.
DMLST3516001001  HMS LST 3516.  L3516.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Yarrows Ltd. (Esquimalt, British Columbia, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Launched	15 Feb 1945.  Commissioned 10 Jul 1945.  Renamed HMS Striker 1947. Scrapped in January 1971. DMLST3516002001  HMS LST 3516.  L3516.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Yarrows Ltd. (Esquimalt, British Columbia, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Launched	15 Feb 1945.  Commissioned 10 Jul 1945.  Renamed HMS Striker 1947. Shown here in her Landing Ship (Assault) role. Scrapped in January 1971. DMLST3516003001  HMS LST 3516.  L3516.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Yarrows Ltd. (Esquimalt, British Columbia, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Launched	15 Feb 1945.  Commissioned 10 Jul 1945.  Renamed HMS Striker 1947. Scrapped in January 1971. DMLST3517001001  HMS LST 3517.  L3517.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Yarrows Ltd. (Esquimalt, British Columbia, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1944.  Launched	28 Apr 1945.  Commissioned 8 Sep 1945.  Renamed HMS St. Nazaire 1947.  Transferred to MoT 1956 and renamed Empire Skua and chartered to BI Co.  Scrapped in January 1968.
DMLST3518001001  HMS LST 3518.  L3518.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Canadian Vickers Ltd. (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 28 Apr 1944.  Laid down 23 Oct 1944.  Launched 6 Apr 1945.  Commissioned 9 Aug 1945.  Renamed HMS Suvla 1947.  Scrapped in September 1960. DMLST3522001001  HMS LST 3522.  L3522.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 28 Apr 1944.  Launched 9 Jun 1945. Commissioned 30 Sep 1945.  Renamed HMS Tracker 1947.  Designated Harbour Accommodation Ship 1958.  Scrapped in January 1971. DMLST3532001001  HMS LST 3532.  L3532.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 3) class.  Built by Marine Industries Ltd. (Sorel, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered	28 Apr 1944.  Launched 19 May 1945.  Commissioned 3 Nov 1945.  Renamed HMS Zeebrugge 1947.  Scrapped in 1975. DMLUCIA001001  HMS Lucia.  F27.  Ex Hamburg-American Liner 'Spreewald'.  Captured 1914 and converted into Submarine Depot Ship 1916.  Built by Richardson Westgarth (Furness, U.K.).  Launched 21 Nov 1907.  Commissioned 1916.  During the Second World War she served in the Far East. Later in the war she became a "small ship"  repair ship.  Sold in 1948 and renamed Sinai.  Scrapped in Italy on 5 Jan 1951.
DMLUCIA002001  HMS Lucia.  F27.  Ex Hamburg-American Liner 'Spreewald'.  Captured 1914 and converted into Submarine Depot Ship 1916.  Built by Richardson Westgarth (Furness, U.K.).  Launched 21 Nov 1907.  Commissioned 1916.  During the Second World War she served in the Far East. Later in the war she became a "small ship"  repair ship.  Sold in 1948 and renamed Sinai.  Scrapped in Italy on 5 Jan 1951. DMLUCIA003001  HMS Lucia.  F27.  Ex Hamburg-American Liner 'Spreewald'.  Captured 1914 and converted into Submarine Depot Ship 1916.  Built by Richardson Westgarth (Furness, U.K.).  Launched 21 Nov 1907.  Commissioned 1916.  During the Second World War she served in the Far East. Later in the war she became a "small ship"  repair ship.  Sold in 1948 and renamed Sinai.  Scrapped in Italy on 5 Jan 1951. DMLUCIA004001  HMS Lucia.  F27.  Ex Hamburg-American Liner 'Spreewald'.  Captured 1914 and converted into Submarine Depot Ship 1916.  Built by Richardson Westgarth (Furness, U.K.).  Launched 21 Nov 1907.  Commissioned 1916.  During the Second World War she served in the Far East. Later in the war she became a "small ship"  repair ship.  Sold in 1948 and renamed Sinai.  Scrapped in Italy on 5 Jan 1951. DMLUCIA005001  HMS Lucia.  F27.  Ex Hamburg-American Liner 'Spreewald'.  Captured 1914 and converted into Submarine Depot Ship 1916.  Built by Richardson Westgarth (Furness, U.K.).  Launched 21 Nov 1907.  Commissioned 1916.  During the Second World War she served in the Far East. Later in the war she became a "small ship"  repair ship.  Sold in 1948 and renamed Sinai.  Scrapped in Italy on 5 Jan 1951.
DMLUDLOW001001  HMS Ludlow.  G57.  Former USS Stockton.   Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by William Cramp and Sons (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.).  Laid down 16 Oct 1916.  Launched 17 Aug 1917.   Commissioned 23 Oct 1940.  Transferred to Royal Navy on 23 October 1940.  Decommissioned in June 1945.  Used as a rocket target in Firth of Forth. DMLUNARBOW001001  HMS Lunar Bow.  Admiralty Drifter.  Launched 15 June 1918.  Sold 1945. DMLUNDY002001  HMS Lundy.  T272.  MS Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Jan 1942.  Laid down	6 Jun 1942.  Launched 29 Aug 1942.  Commissioned 15 Jan 1943.  Later transferred to Port Auxiliary Service and converted to Tank Cleaning Vessel.  Scrapped Late 1970's. DMLUPIN001001  HMS Lupin.  Arabis Class Escort Vessel.   Built by Simons.  Laid Down 1 July 1915.  Launched 31 May 1916.  End of Service 23 March 1946.
DMLYDD001001  HMS Lydd.  J44.  Minesweeper of the Hunt class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Launched 4 Dec 1918.  Commissioned 18 Dec 1919.  Sold 13 March 1947. DMLYMEREGIS001001  HMS Lyme Regis.  J193.  Former name HMS Sunderland.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 9 Sep 1941.  Launched 19 Mar 1942.  Commissioned 5 Jun 1942.  Sold to be broken up for scrap 24 August 1948. DMLYSANDER001001  HMS Lysander.  J379/M379.   Algerine-Class Minesweeper.  Launched in 1943 as HMCS Hespeler, renamed Cornflower in 1956, and broken up 1957. DPGABB001  HMS Gabbard.  D47.  Battle Class Destroyer.  Launched March 1945.  Sold to Pakistan 1957 and re-named 'Badr'.  Heavily damaged by Indian warships during Indo-Pakistan War.
DPGAMB001  HMS Gambia.  C 48.  Crown Colony Class Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1940.  Loaned ro RNZN 1943-1946.  Paid off Dec 1960.  Broken up 1968. DPGAMB002  HMS Gambia.  C 48.  Crown Colony Class Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1940.  Loaned ro RNZN 1943-1946.  Paid off Dec 1960.  Broken up 1968. DPGAN001  HMS Gannet.  Gunboat.  Commissioned 1928.  Transferred to Chinese Navy 1942.  Fate unknown. DPGANN001  HMS Gannily.  T 367.  Isles Class Minesweeping Trawler.  Launched May 1943.  Sunk by U-390 off Utah Beach July 1944.
DPGARR001  HMS Garry.  Armed Trawler.  Launched June 1916.  Requisitioned by RN.  Returned to owner 1946. DPGIRD001  HMS Girdle Ness.  A387.   Built as Landing Craft Masintenance Ship (Victory Ship)  Completed September 1945.  Re-built 1956 as Guided Missile Trial Ship and in 1962 became Accommodation Ship. DPGLAD001  HMS Gladiolus. K34. Flower Class Corvette. Launched Jan 1940. Torpedoed and sunk by U558, 17 Oct 1941South of Iceland. DPGLAD002  HMS Gladiolus. K34. Flower Class Corvette. Launched Jan 1940. Torpedoed and sunk by U558, 17 Oct 1941South of Iceland.
DPGLAD003  HMS Gladiolus. K34. Flower Class Corvette. Launched Jan 1940. Torpedoed and sunk by U558, 17 Oct 1941South of Iceland. DPGLAI001  HNoMS Glaisdale. L44/D309. Hunt Class Destroyer. Launched Jan 1942.  Served post war from 10 August 1946 until 1961 being renamed HNoMS Narvik  D309. DPGLAS001  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DPGLAS002  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958.
DPGLAS003  HMS Glasgow. C21. Town class light cruiser launched in 1936 and scrapped in 1958. DPGLOR001  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives. DPGLOR002  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives. DPGLOR003  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives.
DPGLOR004  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives. DPGLOR005  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives. DPGLOR006  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives. DPGLOR007  HMS Glorious. Built as a "large light cruiser" during World War I and were designed to be "light cruiser destroyers".  She saw action in World War I, and then was converted into an aircraft carrier. While evacuating British troops from Norway in 1940, she was sunk with the loss of over 1,200 lives.
DPGLORY003  HMS Glory. R62.  Colossus-class aircraft carrier launched in 1943 and scrapped in 1961. DPGLORY004  HMS Glory. R62.  Colossus-class aircraft carrier launched in 1943 and scrapped in 1961. DPGLORY005  HMS Glory. R62.  Colossus-class aircraft carrier launched in 1943 and scrapped in 1961. DPGLORY006  HMS Glory. R62.  Colossus-class aircraft carrier launched in 1943 and scrapped in 1961.
DPGLOU001  HMS Gloucester . Pennant No 62.   Town-class cruiser launched in 1937 and sunk off Crete in 1941. The wreck site is a protected place under the Protection of Military Remains Act. DPGLOU002  HMS Gloucester . Pennant No 62.   Town-class cruiser launched in 1937 and sunk off Crete in 1941. The wreck site is a protected place under the Protection of Military Remains Act. DPGLOW001  HMS Glowworm. H92.   G-class Destroyer.Launched July 1935 and initially served in the Mediterranean. She fought an unequal engagement with the German cruiser Admiral Hipper on 8 April 1940, being heavily damaged before ramming the Admiral Hipper, and then sinking. DPGLOW002  HMS Glowworm. H92.   G-class Destroyer.Launched July 1935 and initially served in the Mediterranean. She fought an unequal engagement with the German cruiser Admiral Hipper on 8 April 1940, being heavily damaged before ramming the Admiral Hipper, and then sinking.
DPGNEI001  Gneisenau. German battlecruiser.  launched 1936, scuttled as blockship, 1945 DPGOFL001  HMS Golden Fleece. J376. Algerine Class Minesweeper. Launched Feb 1944. Served in the East Indies and Pacific at the end of the war. Returned through the Mediterranean to Devonport (Plymouth) arriving there on 10 September 1946. Scrapped at Llanelli, Wales, 8 August 1960. DPGORL001  HMS Gorleston. Y92. Banff Class Sloop. Launched Nov 1929. Formerly USCG Itasca. Acquired on lend-lease. She was returned to the United States on 23 April 1946. Her recommissioning was cancelled and she was sold on 4 October 1950. DPGOSS001  HMS Gossamer  N12.  Ex Miner II.  Controlled Minelayer.   Ordered19 Sep 1938.  Laid down 22 Dec 1938.  Launched 18 Sep 1939.  Commissioned 19 Jan 1940.  Renamed Gossamer 1949 and became Mine Location Vessel and Torpedo Trials Vessel.  Sunk as a Target 1950
DPGRAE001  HMS Graemsay. J291/DV10. Isle Class Trawler.  Launched Aug 1942. Served as Minesweeping Trawler and later converted to Wreck Dispersal Vessel. DPGRAV001  HMS Gravelines. D24.  Battle-class Destroyer. Launched on 30 November 1944 and commissioned on 14 June 1946. Scrapped 1961. DPGRAV002  HMS Gravelines. D24.  Battle-class Destroyer. Launched on 30 November 1944 and commissioned on 14 June 1946. Scrapped 1961. DPGRAV003  HMS Gravelines. D24.  Battle-class Destroyer. Launched on 30 November 1944 and commissioned on 14 June 1946. Scrapped 1961.
DPGRE001  HMS Grenville. H03.  G-class destroyer launched on 15 August 1935 and sunk 19 January 1940. DPGRE002  HMS Grenville.  R97/F197.  U class destroyer, launched 12 October 1942, and disposed of in 1979. DPGREA001  HMS Greatford. P3109. Ford Class Seaward Defence Boat. DPGREN001  HMS Grenade. H86.  G-class Destroyer.  Launched on 12 November 1935.  Attacked by German Ju-87 dive bombers as she evacuated Allied troops during the Battle of Dunkirk and sank in the English Channel on 29 May 1940.
DPGREN002  HMS Grenade. H86.  G-class Destroyer.  Launched on 12 November 1935.  Attacked by German Ju-87 dive bombers as she evacuated Allied troops during the Battle of Dunkirk and sank in the English Channel on 29 May 1940. DPGREN003  HMS Grenade. H86.  G-class Destroyer.  Launched on 12 November 1935.  Attacked by German Ju-87 dive bombers as she evacuated Allied troops during the Battle of Dunkirk and sank in the English Channel on 29 May 1940. DPGRIM001  HMS Grimsby. U16.  Grimsby class sloop commissioned in 1934 and sunk in 1941. DPGRSP001  Admiral Graf Spee.   Deutschland Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched June 1934.  Scuttled Dec 1939 in the River Plate, Uruguay after Royal Naval Cruisers waited outside Montivideo.
DPGRSP002  Admiral Graf Spee.   Deutschland Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched June 1934.  Scuttled Dec 1939 in the River Plate, Uruguay after Royal Naval Cruisers waited outside Montivideo. DPGRTO001  HMS Grimsby Town. FY125. Football Club Class Trawler. Launched July 1934. Taken over by the Admiralty in August 1939. Returned to her owner in November 1945.  Wrecked on 23 April 1946 off the southern coast of Iceland. DPGRTO002  HMS Grimsby Town. FY125. Football Club Class Trawler. Launched July 1934. Taken over by the Admiralty in August 1939. Returned to her owner in November 1945.  Wrecked on 23 April 1946 off the southern coast of Iceland. DPGRZE001  Admiral Graf Zeppelin.  Germany's only Aircraft Carrier of WWII. Never completed and scuttled in shallow water at Stettin. Recovered by the Soviets and allegedly used as a target ship and sunk Aug 1947.
DPGUAR001  HMS Guardian. Net Laying and Photographic Ship built in 1932 and scrapped in 1962. She served in the Indian Ocean between 1941 and 1942. She then returned to Gibraltar to take part in the invasion of Algeria at Oran (Mers-el-Kebir) in 1942. Taken out of reserve in 1952 and refitted and modernised. Completed in 1954 and retuned to mothballs. DPGULL001  HMS Gulland. 239. Isle Class Trawler. Employed on anti-submarine patrol. She was placed on the disposal list after the war and sold to Belgian owners in March 1946. On 13 April 1951 the ship grounded and was declared a total loss. DPHACA001  HMS Hadleigh Castle. K355/F355. Castle Class Corvette. Launched June 1943. Scrapped January 1959. DPHAID001  HMCS Haida. G63/215. Tribal-class Destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) from 1943-1963. Haida sunk more enemy surface tonnage than any other Canadian warship.
DPHAID002  HMCS Haida. G63/215. Tribal-class Destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) from 1943-1963. Haida sunk more enemy surface tonnage than any other Canadian warship. DPHAID003  HMCS Haida. G63/215. Tribal-class Destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) from 1943-1963. Haida sunk more enemy surface tonnage than any other Canadian warship. DPHAMB001  HMS Hambledon. L37. Hunt Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1939. Hulked in 1955. Scrapped at Tyne in September 1957. DPHAPT001  HMS Hartland Point. F25/A262. Repair Ship. Launched Nov 1944. The ship was sold for scrap on 02/1979 in Santander.
DPHAPT002  HMS Hartland Point. F25/A262. Repair Ship. Launched Nov 1944. The ship was sold for scrap on 02/1979 in Santander. DPHARDY001  HMS Hardy. H08.  H class destroyer launched in 1936 and sunk off Narvik in 1940. DPHARDY002  HMS Hardy. F54. Blackwood class ASW frigate launched in 1953 and sunk as a target in 1983. DPHARR001  HMS Harrier. J71.  Halcyon class minesweeper launched in 1934, sold in 1950
DPHAST001  HMS Hastings. L27/U27. Hastings-class sloop launched in 1930 and broken up in 1946. Sold for breaking April 1946. DPHAST002  HMS Hastings. L27/U27. Hastings-class sloop launched in 1930 and broken up in 1946. Sold for breaking April 1946. DPHAWK001  HMS Hawkins. D86. Cavendish Class Cruiser. Launched Oct 1917.   She was sold for scrap on 21 August 1947