Ships hit by U-boats

HMS Southern Flower

British A/S trawler

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NameHMS Southern Flower
Type:A/S trawler
Tonnage328 tons
Completed1928 - Smith´s Dock Co Ltd, South Bank, Middlesbrough 
OwnerThe Admiralty 
Date of attack3 Mar 1945Nationality:      British
FateSunk by U-1022 (Hans-Joachim Ernst)
Position64° 05'N, 23° 15'W - Grid AE 4758
Complement? men (? dead and ? survivors).
History In April 1940, the whaler Southern Flower of The South Georgia Co Ltd (Chr. Salvesen & Co), Stanley was requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to an A/S trawler. 
Notes on event

On 3 March 1945, HMS Southern Flower was torpedoed and sunk by U-1022 off Reykjavik, Iceland.

On boardWe have details of 25 people who were on board

Location of attack on HMS Southern Flower.

ship sunk.

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