Hugh Percival Price DSO, RN
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|15 Sep 1920|| ||A/S.Lt.|
|15 May 1921|| ||S.Lt.|
|15 Apr 1923|| ||Lt.|
|15 Apr 1931|| ||Lt.Cdr.|
|19 May 1946|| ||Cdr. (retired)|
Retired: 19 May 1946
|24 Apr 1940|| ||DSO|
|11 Dec 1945|| ||OBE|
Warship Commands listed for Hugh Percival Price, RN
|HMS Gleaner (J 83)||Lt.Cdr.||Minesweeper||7 May 1937||22 Feb 1941|
|HMS Franklin (J 84)||Lt.Cdr.||Minesweeper||Feb 1941||11 May 1942|
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12 Feb 1940
German U-boat U-33 was sunk in the Firth of Clyde, in position 55°23,4'N, 05°08,2'W, by depth charges from the British minesweeper HMS Gleaner (Lt.Cdr. H.P. Price, RN).
29 Aug 1940
HMS Gleaner (Lt.Cdr. H.P. Price, DSO, RN) picks up 20 survivors from the British merchant Astra II that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-100 148 nautical miles north-west of Bloody Foreland in position 56°09'N, 12°14'W.
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