Southampton-Built Ships: HMS Nottingham, HMS Ledbury, HMS Kimberley, HMS Ariel, HMS Decoy, HMS Opportune, HMS Hesperus, HMS Glowworm

9781155802909: Southampton-Built Ships: HMS Nottingham, HMS Ledbury, HMS Kimberley, HMS Ariel, HMS Decoy, HMS Opportune, HMS Hesperus, HMS Glowworm

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 43. Chapters: HMS Nottingham, HMS Ledbury, HMS Kimberley, HMS Glowworm, HMS Decoy, HMS Ariel, Mirabella V, HMS Opportune, HMS Hesperus, HMS Grafton, HMAS Duchess, HMS Antelope, HMS Acheron, HMCS Saguenay, HMS Charity, Lulworth, HMS Woolston, HMS Broke, HMIS Jamnagar, HMS Daring, HMCS Kootenay, EML Ugandi, HMS Ursa, EML Admiral Cowan, HMS Southampton, HMS Latona, HMS Sandown, HMCS Skeena, EML Sakala, HMS Inverness, HMS Panther, HMS Grimsby, HMS Cornwall, Grace Dieu, Brazilian frigate Constituição, HNLMS Isaac Sweers, HMS Gurkha, HMNZS Hickleton, Iranian frigate Alvand, Iranian frigate Sahand, HMS Meteor, HMS Lance, HMS Walney, HMS Sabrina, HMAS Norman, LÉ Banba, HMS Tyne, HMS Ramsey, HMS Highlander, HMS Mersey, HMCS Patriot, HMS Orwell, HMS Atherstone, LÉ Grainne, LÉ Fola, HMCS Vancouver, HMS Cromer, HMS Nubian, HMAS Nepal, HMS Patriot, HMCS Champlain, HMS Severn, HMAS Snipe, HMS Blyth, HMS Undine, Libyan frigate Dat Assawari, HMS Wilton, HMS Bridport, Chilean destroyer Aldea, HMS Patrician, HMS Paragon, HMS E34, HMS Pembroke, Chilean destroyer Hyatt, HMS Kashmir, HMS Bangor, HMS Penzance, HMS Shoreham, HMS Hussar, HMS Tartar, HMCS Patrician, HMS E33, HMS Amazon, Omani corvette Qahir Al Amwaj, HMS F3. Excerpt: HMS Ledbury (Pennant L90) was an escort destroyer of the Hunt Type II class. The Royal Navy ordered Ledbury's construction two days after the outbreak of the Second World War and J. I. Thornycroft Ltd laid down her keel at their Southampton yard on 24 January 1940. Air raid damage to the yard delayed her construction and she did not launch until 27 September 1941. Her initial assignment was to perform escort duties between Scapa Flow and Iceland. She remained in this theatre for the first part of the war, during which time she served with the ill-fated Arctic convoy PQ17 in June 1942, from which twenty-four ships were lost. ...

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