Ian Agnew Patterson Macintyre DSO, RN

Born  24 Aug 1893

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15 Sep 1911 Mid,
15 Jan 1914 A/S.Lt.
30 Oct 1914 S.Lt.
15 May 1916 Lt.
15 May 1924 Lt.Cdr.
31 Dec 1929 Cdr.
31 Dec 1937 Capt.

Retired: 8 Jan 1947


11 Jun 1942 CBE
1 Dec 1942 DSO
18 Dec 1945 CB

Warship Commands listed for Ian Agnew Patterson Macintyre, RN

HMS Scylla (98)Capt.Light cruiser27 Mar 194214 Oct 1943

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Light cruiser HMS Scylla (98)

1 Jan 1943 (position 45.01, -10.50)
The German blockade breaker Rhakotis (6753 GRT) is intercepted by the British light cruiser HMS Scylla (Capt. I.A.P. Macintyre, CBE, DSO, RN) about 200 nautical miles north-west of Cape Finisterre in position 45°01'N, 10°50'W. When the British open fire the Germans scuttled their ship.

3 Jun 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Furious (Capt. G.T. Philip, DSC, RN), HMS Scylla (Capt. I.A.P. Macintyre, CBE, DSO, RN), HMCS Athabascan (Cdr. G.R. Miles, DSO, OBE, RCN), HMS Echo (Lt. R.H.C. Wyld, RN) and HMS Middleton (Lt. C.S. Battersby, RN) arrived at Hvalfjord from the Clyde. (1)


  1. ADM 53/117554 + ADM 199/632

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