Allied Warships

HMS Grimsby (L 16 / U 16)

Sloop of the Grimsby class

NavyThe Royal Navy
TypeSloop
ClassGrimsby 
PennantL 16 / U 16 
Built byDevonport dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.): J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.) 
Ordered1 Nov 1932 
Laid down23 Jan 1933 
Launched19 Jul 1933 
Commissioned17 May 1934 
Lost25 May 1941 
Loss position32° 30'N, 24° 40'E
History

HMS Grimsby (Cdr. Kenneth Judge D'Arcy, RN) was sunk by German aircraft about 40 nautical miles north-east of Tobruk, Libya in position 32º30'N, 24º.40'E.

 

Commands listed for HMS Grimsby (L 16 / U 16)

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CommanderFromTo
1Capt. Alfred Spalding Russell, RN10 Feb 193911 Dec 1939
2Cdr. Kenneth Judge D'Arcy, RN11 Dec 193925 May 1941

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