Arthur George Talbot DSO, RN
|Born ||31 Mar 1892|
|Died ||15 Oct 1960||(68)|
Photo held by National Gallery, from ca 1943
|30 Jan 1913||S.Lt.|
|30 Dec 1914||Lt.|
|30 Dec 1922||Lt.Cdr.|
|31 Dec 1927||Cdr.|
|30 Jun 1934||Capt.|
|8 Jul 1943||Rear-Admiral|
|4 Jan 1948||Vice-Admiral (retired)|
Retired: 4 Jan 1948
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14 Oct 1939
German U-boat U-45 was sunk south-west of Ireland, in position 50°58'N, 12°57'W, by depth charges from the British destroyers HMS Inglefield (Capt. A.G. Talbot, RN), HMS Ivanhoe (Cdr. B. Jones, RN) and HMS Intrepid (Cdr. J.W. Josselyn, RN).
17 Nov 1942
German U-boat U-331 was sunk in the Mediterranean north of Algiers in position 37°05'N, 02°27'E after she had been badly damaged by a Hudson aircraft she signalled surrender to a seaplane but was attacked by a torpedo-equipped aircraft Albacore from the British aircraft carrier HMS Formidable (Squadrons 500 and 820).