Allied Warships

HMS Tynedale (L 96)

Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class

NavyThe Royal Navy
TypeEscort destroyer
ClassHunt (Type I) 
PennantL 96 
Built byA. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland) 
Ordered11 Apr 1939 
Laid down27 Jul 1939 
Launched5 Jun 1940 
Commissioned5 Nov 1940 
Lost12 Dec 1943 
Loss position37° 10'N, 6° 05'E
History

HMS Tynedale (Lt.Cdr. James John Simon Yorke, DSC, RN) was torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean, off Bougie, in position 37º10'N, 06º05'E by the German submarine U-593.

 

Hit by U-boat
Sunk on 12 Dec 1943 by U-593 (Kelbling).

U-boat AttackSee our U-boat attack entry for the HMS Tynedale

Commands listed for HMS Tynedale (L 96)

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CommanderFromTo
1Lt.Cdr. Hugo Edward Forbes Tweedie, RN7 Nov 194011 Sep 1942
2Lt. James John Simon Yorke, RN11 Sep 194212 Dec 1943

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Notable events involving Tynedale include:


16 Mar 1943
HMS Tynedale (Lt. J.J.S. Yorke, DSC, RN) picks up 50 men from the British merchant Hadleigh that is torpedoed and damaged by German U-boat U-77 north-west of Oran in position 36°10'N, 00°30'W.

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U-Boat Attack Logs

Daniel Morgan and Bruce Taylor


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