Allied Warships

HMS Stoic (P 231)

Submarine of the S class

NavyThe Royal Navy
TypeSubmarine
ClassS 
PennantP 231 
Built byCammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.) 
Ordered3 Aug 1941 
Laid down18 Jun 1942 
Launched9 Apr 1943 
Commissioned29 Jun 1943 
End service 
History

Sold to be broken up for scrap in July 1950.

 

Commands listed for HMS Stoic (P 231)

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1Lt. Peter Barnsley Marriot, DSO, RN5 May 19434 Jun 1945
2Lt. James Newenham Elliott, RN4 Jun 1945late 1945

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27 Jun 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed her builders yard at Liverpool for Holy Loch. She was escorted by the armed yacht HMS White Bear (Cdr. J.F. Drake, RNR). (1)

28 Jun 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Holy Loch to begin a period of trials and training. (1)

23 Jul 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Holy Loch for Scapa Flow. She made the passage together with HMS Stubborn (Lt. A.A. Duff, RN). They were escorted by the armed yacht HMS White Bear (Cdr. J.F. Drake, RNR). (2)

25 Jul 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Scapa Flow to participate in A/S exercises. (2)

8 Aug 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Scapa Flow for Holy Loch. She made the passage together with HMS Stubborn (Lt. A.A. Duff, RN), and HMS Sceptre (Lt. I.S. McIntosh, MBE, DSC, RN). They were escorted by the destroyer HMS Sardonyx (T/A/Lt.Cdr. E. Playne, RNVR). (3)

9 Aug 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Holy Loch. (3)

21 Sep 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Holy Loch for Lerwick. She made (part of) the passage together with HMS Viking (Lt. R. Bannar-Martin, DSC, RN), HMS Varangian (Lt. J. Nash, DSC, RN) and HMS Unbroken (Lt. B.J.B. Andrew, DSC, RN). They were escorted by HMS La Capricieuse (Cdr. G.W. Dobson, RNR). (4)

23 Sep 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Lerwick. She departed for her 1st war patrol later the same day. She was ordered to patrol off Northern Norway.

No logs are available for this period so no map can be displayed. (5)

11 Oct 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) ended her 1st war patrol at Lerwick. She departed Lerwick for Holy Loch later the same day. She made the passage together with HMS Sceptre (Lt. I.S. McIntosh, MBE, DSC, RN). They were escorted by the armed yacht HMS Cutty Sark (Cdr.(retired) R.H. Mack, RN). (5)

14 Oct 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Holy Loch. (4)

15 Oct 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Holy Loch for Portsmouth where a new battery was to be fitted. (4)

17 Oct 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Plymouth. (4)

18 Oct 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) shifted from Plymouth to Portsmouth. (4)

9 Dec 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Portsmouth for Gibraltar.

No logs are available for this period so no map of the passage to the Far East can be displayed. (4)

15 Dec 1943
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Gibraltar. (4)

3 Jan 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Gibraltar for Beirut. She made part of the passage in convoy KMS 36. (4)

13 Jan 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Beirut. (4)

26 Jan 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Beirut for Port Said. (4)

27 Jan 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Port Said. She transited the Suez Canal later this day and arrived at Suez. (4)

28 Jan 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Suez for Aden. (4)

2 Feb 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Aden. (4)

5 Feb 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Aden for Colombo. (4)

16 Feb 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Colombo. At Colombo she was docked to change her propellers which were damaged when she struck a whale during her passage from Aden to Colombo. (4)

26 Feb 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Colombo for Trincomalee. (4)

28 Feb 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Trincomalee. (4)

3 Mar 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Trincomalee for her 2nd war patrol (1st in the Far East). She was ordered to patrol in the Malacca Straits.

No logs are available for this period so no map can be displayed. (5)

14 Mar 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) attacked a Japanese merchant vessel with 6 torpedoes off the Sembilan Islands. All torpedoes missed their target.

(All times are zone -6.5)
0635 hours - Sighted a torpedo boat steering North up the coast. Closed submerged at full speed but the torpedo boat passed 9000 yards away.

0645 hours - Sighted the mast and funnel of a large merchant vessel. Continued to close submerged at full speed. It would be impossible to intercept this ship submerged. As the torpedo boat was now quite some way off decided to surface and give chase.

0720 hours - Surfaced and closed at full power on the main engines. Unfortunately the merchant ship proved too fast to catch.

0807 hours - Fired 6 torpedoes from 6000 to 7000 yards. Stoic had still not been sighted. This was most likely due to the many junks in the area. The torpedoes missed, most likely, the range being underestimated. (5)

19 Mar 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) attacked but missed the German submarine U-183 with four torpedoes North of Sumatra in approximate position 06°09'N, 95°09'E.

(All times are zone -6.5)
1118 hours - Sighted a submarine bearing 205°. Range was about 12000 yards. Started attack.

1150 hours - Fired four torpedoes from a range of 3600 yards. The enemy was seen to alter away and increased to full speed (given the amount of smoke her engines suddenly produced). (5)

26 Mar 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) ended her 2nd war patrol (1st in the Far East) at Trincomalee. (5)

17 Apr 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Trincomalee for her 3rd war patrol (2nd in the Far East). She was ordered to patrol in the Malacca Straits and to the North of Sumatra. She was also to conduct a special operation.

No logs are available for this period so no map can be displayed. (5)

27 Apr 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) completed her special operation (details 'hopefully' to follow). (5)

29 Apr 1944
Between 0919 and 0954 hours HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) was depth charged by two Japanese A/S vessel while trying to attack a medium seized merchant vessel off Sabang. No damage was caused to Stoic but the attack had to be broken off. (5)

6 May 1944
At 1135 hours (zone -6.5) HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) fired three torpedoes from 6000 yards at a medium seized merchant vessel that was laying at anchor inside Sabang Bay. No hits were obtained, not even explosions were heard and it is possible the torpedoes hit a net or ran into the mud. (5)

10 May 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) ended her 3rd war patrol (2nd in the Far East) at Trincomalee. (5)

28 May 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Trincomalee for her 4th war patrol (3rd in the Far East). She was ordered to patrol in the Malacca Straits near Penang. She was also to lay a minefield.

No logs are available for this period so no map can be displayed. (5)

3 Jun 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) laid a minefield off the Butang Islands (details 'hopefully' to follow).

Later the same day (1733 - 1754 hours) Stoic sank two junks with gunfire. One of 60 tons and one of 35 tons. Another 20 tons junk was left unmolested. (5)

8 Jun 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) damaged a coaster with gunfire to the South of Penang.

Later the same day she sank a sailing vessel with gunfire. The Captain was taken prisoner.

(All times are zone -6.5)
1000 hours - Sighted a small 'puffer' of about 200 tons approaching from the South. Surfaced in 8 fathoms of water and closed the junk. When the depth was 7 fathoms the range was still 5000 yards. It was not wise to close further so fire was opened at this range. 32 Rounds were fired for 4 hits.

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1450 hours - Surfaced and boarded a 50 tons junk. The Captain, who had been wounded by our warning round, was taken prisoner. The remained of the crew were ordered in their small boat but it almost immediately capsized. All were then taken on board to be landed on another small vessel later. The junk was then wrecked with a demolition charge.

1645 hours - Transferred the junks crew, besides the wounded Captain, to a sampan.

12 Jun 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) torpedoed and sank the Japanese transport Kainan Maru (1134 GRT, built 1907) inside Phuket harbour, Siam.

(All times are zone -6.5)
0530 hours - Sighted a merchant vessel of 3000 - 4000 tons anchored off Phuket. Started attack.

0800 hours - Fired 3 torpedoes through the South entrance from position 154°, Phuket harbour light, 8.5 cables. Two torpedoes were seen to hit the target which was left a wreck, partially submerged and without bows and funnel. Retired from the area. Two trawlers were seen aproaching from the North. They later entered Phuket harbour. (5)

14 Jun 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) tried to engaged a trial on a Railway bridge on the North coast of Sumatra. However as soon as Stoic surfaced she was taken under fire by a shore battery which put up an extreme accurate fire. Stoic was not hit but quickly dived again. (5)

19 Jun 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) ended her 4th war patrol (3rd in the Far East) at Trincomalee. (5)

6 Jul 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Trincomalee for her 5th war patrol (4th in the Far East). She was ordered to patrol in the Malacca Straits near Penang.

No logs are available for this period so no map can be displayed. (5)

13 Jul 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) sank a Japanese barge with gunfire off Penang, Malaya.

(All times are zone -6.5)
1500 hours - Sighted a vessel approaching from Penang straight towards us. This was later identified as a self propelled barge of 70 to 80 tons.

1531 hours - Surfaced and engaged the barge with gunfire. The 10th hit set the vessel on fire. She burned until 1719 hours when she sank.

1540 hours - Dived and proceeded to the West to clear the area. (5)

17 Jul 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) sank two junks in the Northern approaches to Penang.

(All times are zone -6.5)
1642 hours - Surfaced to attack a three-masted junk. The junk was boarded after the crew had abandoned ship. She was destroyed by a demolition charge. As she was carrying 40 tons of timber it was possible she would not sink. To make sure she was of no further use to the enemy 10 rounds of HE were put into her hull.

1730 hours - She capsized and sank although the junk remained waterlodged just below the surface.

1745 hours - Sank a two-masted junk with gunfire. The crew had abandoned ship when Stoic was taking care of the first junk. (5)

28 Jul 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) ended her 5th war patrol (4th in the Far East) at Trincomalee. (5)

18 Aug 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Trincomalee for Colombo. At Colombo she was to participate in A/S exercises. (4)

20 Aug 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Colombo. (4)

5 Sep 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Colombo for Fremantle, Australia.

No logs are available for this period so no map can be displayed. (4)

20 Sep 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Fremantle, Australia. (6)

28 Sep 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) was put on the slipway at Fremantle. (6)

30 Sep 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) was put back in the water. (6)

3 Oct 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Fremantle for her 6th war patrol (5th in the Far East, 1st in the South-West Pacific area). She was ordered to patrol in the Java Sea.

For the daily and attack positions of HMS Stoic during this patrol see the map below.


HMS Stoic 6th war patrol click here for bigger map (5)

6 Oct 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) called at Exmouth Gulf for fuel before proceeding to her patrol area. (5)

10 Oct 1944
In the evening HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) passed Lombok Strait Southbound. (5)

23 Oct 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) attacked but missed an enemy merchant vessel with three torpedoes off the North coast of Java in position 05°55'S, 108°16'E.

(All times are zone -8)
0902 hours - In position 05°55'S, 108°16'E sighted a fairly large merchant vessel approaching from the North-West. An attack was started in which three torpedoes were fired. All however missed.

1028 hours - Surfaced and started to shadow from a range of 18000 yards.

1452 hours - The enemy was seen to enter Cheribon. Dived and proceeded to a favourable position to attack in case he left port, which he did not. (5)

24 Oct 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) attacked the same merchant vessel as the day before. Two torpedoes were fired but these missed. She was also engaged with gunfire and damaged. In the end the action had to be broken off.

(All times are zone -8)
0853 hours - In position 06°44'S, 109°00'E sighted smoke from the direction of Cheribon. Shortly afterwards sighted the same merchant vessel as was attacked yesterday. Started attack. When about to open fire the enemy altered course so the attack was spoiled. A new setup was made and the stern tube was fired which missed, possibly the track was seen in the flat calm sea and evaded. A new setup was made to attack with the bow tubes but the enemy altered course again.

0955 hours - Surfaced for gun action. Range was 3500 yards. Several hits were obtained. The enemy also opened fire on Stoic.

0958 hours - The enemy started to turn to Starboard. Two torpedoes were fired but these missed, most likely they were evaded. Meanwhile quite a lot of hits with the 3" gun were obtained. At least 3 of these were on or about the waterline.

1002 hours - The gun misfired. The enemy meanwhile had turned towards.

1006 hours - The gun was operational again. Range was now 1500 yards. A complete pan of Oerlikon was put into the enemy.

1007 hours - A shell from the enemy landed close to the bridge of Stoic.

1008 hours - Stoic was now stern on to the merchant vessel and it was still closing rapidly.

1009 hours - Crash dived. Altered course 90° to Port and ran out at maximum speed for three minutes in order to evade possible depth charges. The enemy however noticed the course change as Stoic was still diving and still came towards. The gun trainer was left on deck and was either picked up by the Japanese or drowned. This was only discovered at 1200 hours.

1013 hours - The enemy dropped one depth charge. No damage was caused.

1025 hours - Returned to periscope depth. The enemy was seen to be heading South towards the shore (and shallow water).

1026 hours - Surfaced. The enemy opened fire immediately. She was not engaged with the 3" gun as the range was to great. (5)

25 Oct 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) sank a coaster with gunfire off the North coast of Java.

(All times are zone -8)
1710 hours - Sighted a coaster approaching from the East just inside the 10 fathom line. Proceeded inshore to attack.

1730 hours - The vessel was seen to be a small tanker of about 700 tons. She appeared to be new.

1737 hours - Ran aground in soft mud and broached. Fire was then opened while range was still 4000 yards.

1744 hours - Three hits had by now been obtained and the crew of the tanker began to abandon ship.

1803 hours - By now more hits had been obtained and the vessel was on fire from stem to stern. 150 Rounds had been fired. She was not seen to sink but must have been a total loss anyway. (5)

30 Oct 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) attacked a Japanese merchant vessel with 4 torpedoes in the Java Sea in position 06°17'S, 113°39'E. It was thought 3 hits were obtained but no sinking is reported by the Japanese.

(All times are zone -8)
1058 hours - In position 06°17'S, 113°39'E sighted a medium seized merchant vessel of about 5000 tons approaching from the North. A destroyer was weaving astern. Started attack.

1155 hours - Fired 4 torpedoes from 2500 yards. It is thought that 3 hits were obtained but as Stoic went deep this could not be confirmed [No sinking was reported by the Japanese]. A second escort had meanwhile been spotted 6000 yards astern of the merchant vessel. After firing Stoic went deep and altered course towards the destroyer in the hope that she would pass overhead before starting to drop depth charges but no counter attack followed.

1400 hours - Returned to periscope depth. Nothing in sight. (5)

31 Oct 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) sank a Japanese coaster with gunfire in Madura Strait, Netherlands East Indies in position 07°40'S, 114°13'E. She also bombards warehouses and (fuel ?) tanks on the shore. Later on the day she destroyed a landing craft with gunfire more to the East.

(All times are zone -8)
0925 hours - Sighted a small coaster of about 150 tons. Closed to attack.

0955 hours - Surfaced at a range of 1200 yards. The 3" gun immediately misfired. Meanwhile the enemy got busy with his machinegun but his aim was way off. It took about one minute to clear the 3" gun and with the 3rd round a direct hit was obtained on the enemy's bridge. No more machinegun fire came from the enemy from now on.

1004 hours - The coaster sank after being hit many times.

1007 hours - Fire was now opened on large sugar warehouses and cylindrical tanks on the shore. Of the 50 rounds fired half fell in the 'target area'.

1030 hours - Dived and retired from the area.

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1648 hours - Surfaced in position 07°44'S, 114°29'E to engage a landing craft with gunfire.

1709 hours - All ammunition had been expended including the starshell. The landing craft, which was made of metal, was completely wrecked and awash. Seven Javanese crew were picked up. Another five, most likely Japanese, moved away from the submarine and did not want to be picked up.

1757 hours - Dived in position 07°42'N, 114°36'E and set course for Lombok Strait. (5)

1 Nov 1944
During the day HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) made the Southbound passage of Lombok Strait submerged. (5)

4 Nov 1944
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) called at Exmouth Gulf for additional fuel. She departed for Fremantle later on the day. (5)

8 Nov 1944
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) ended her 6th war patrol (5th in the Far East, 1st in the South-West Pacific area) at Fremantle. (5)

21 Nov 1944
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) was docked at Fremantle. (6)

23 Nov 1944
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) was undocked. (6)

2 Dec 1944
HMS Stoic (Lt. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Fremantle for her 7th war patrol (6th in the Far East, 2nd in the South-West Pacific area). She was ordered to patrol in the Sunda Strait and upon completion of the patrol proceed to Trincomalee.

For the daily and attack positions of HMS Stoic during this patrol see the map below.


HMS Stoic 7th war patrol click here for bigger map (5)

5 Dec 1944
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) called at Exmouth Gulf for fuel before proceeding to her patrol area. (5)

16 Dec 1944
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) torpedoed and sank the Japanese auxiliary gunboat Shoei Maru (1986 GRT, built 1937) west of Sunda Strait in position 05°45'S, 104°43'E.

(All times are zone -8)
1004 hours - Sighted smoke to the Northwards. Closed to investigate.

1010 hours - Saw that the smoke was from a medium seized merchant vessel. Started attack.

1030 hours - Sighted a submarine chaser weaving on the port quarter of the target.

1059 hours - In position 05°45'S, 104°43'E fired a salvo of 4 torpedoes from 3000 yards. One hit was obtained. The result could not be seen as Stoic went deep on firing but after the torpedo hit HE of the target ceased.

1109 - 1140 hours - The escort dropped 16 depth charges but none were really close.

1229 hours - Breaking up noises were heard. (5)

23 Dec 1944
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) ended her 7th war patrol (6th in the Far East, 2nd in the South-West Pacific area) at Trincomalee.

At Trincomalee she was docked for some small repairs, the dates of the docking are however unknown to us for the moment. (5)

31 Dec 1944
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Trincomalee for Aden. This was the first leg of the trip back to the U.K. where she was to refit.

For the daily positions of HMS Stoic during this passage see the map below.


HMS Stoic passage Trincomalee - Portsmouth click here for bigger map (4)

10 Jan 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Aden. (7)

13 Jan 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Aden for Suez. (7)

18 Jan 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Suez. (7)

19 Jan 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) transited the Suez Canal Northbound and arrived at Port Said. (7)

21 Jan 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Port Said for Alexandria. (7)

22 Jan 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Alexandria. (7)

23 Jan 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) was docked at Alexandria. (7)

25 Jan 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) was undocked. (7)

27 Jan 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Alexandria for Malta. (7)

31 Jan 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Malta. (7)

3 Feb 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Malta for Gibraltar. (8)

7 Feb 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Gibraltar. (8)

9 Feb 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) departed Gibraltar for Portsmouth. She made part of the passage in convoy MKS 82. (8)

17 Feb 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) arrived at Portsmouth. (8)

12 Mar 1945
HMS Stoic (A/Lt.Cdr. P.B. Marriot, DSO, RN) started her refit at Portsmouth. (4)

Sources

  1. ADM 173/18111
  2. ADM 173/18112
  3. ADM 173/18113
  4. ADM 199/2571
  5. ADM 199/1869
  6. ADM 199/1919
  7. ADM 173/19736
  8. ADM 173/19737

ADM numbers indicate documents at the British National Archives at Kew, London.


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