Allied Warships

HMS LCT 102 (LCT 102)

Landing Craft Tank of the LCT (Mk 2) class

NavyThe Royal Navy
TypeLanding Craft Tank
ClassLCT (Mk 2) 
PennantLCT 102 
Built byHarland & Wolff (Belfast, Northern Ireland)  
Ordered7 Dec 1940 
Laid down 
Launched17 Jun 1941 
Commissioned 
Lost10 Oct 1941 
Loss position18° 45'N, 21° 18'W
History

Lost on transfer from the UK to the Middle East aboard the British merchant Nailsea Manor, which was sunk by the German submarine U-126 on 10 October 1941.

 

Hit by U-boat
Sunk on 10 Oct 1941 by U-126 (Bauer).

U-boat AttackSee our U-boat attack entry for the HMS LCT 102

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U-Boat Attack Logs

Daniel Morgan and Bruce Taylor


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