Ships hit by U-boats


Baron Loudoun

British Steam merchant


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NameBaron Loudoun
Type:Steam merchant
Tonnage3,164 tons
Completed1925 - Lithgows Ltd, Port Glasgow 
OwnerH. Hogarth & Sons Ltd, Glasgow 
HomeportArdrossan 
Date of attack19 Jun 1940Nationality:      British
 
FateSunk by U-48 (Hans Rudolf Rösing)
Position45N, 11.21W - Grid BE 9369
Complement33 (3 dead and 30 survivors).
ConvoyHG-34F
RouteBona - Barrow 
Cargo5050 tons of iron ore 
History  
Notes on event

At 02.56 hours on 19 Jun, 1940, the Baron Loudoun (Master Joseph Henderson Johnson) in convoy HG-34F was torpedoed and sunk by U-48 west-northwest of Cape Ortegal. Three crew members were lost. The master and 29 crew members were picked up by HMS Scarborough (L 25) (Cdr C.T. Addis, RN) and landed at Liverpool.

 
On boardWe have details of 4 people who were on board

Location of attack on Baron Loudoun.

ship sunk.


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