Reginald Maxwell Servaes, RN
|Born ||25 Jul 1893|
|Died ||18 Nov 1978||(85)|
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|15 Jan 1911|| ||Mid.|
|15 May 1913|| ||A/S.Lt.|
|15 Mar 1914|| ||S.Lt.|
|15 Apr 1915|| ||Lt.|
|15 Apr 1923|| ||Lt.Cdr.|
|31 Dec 1928|| ||Cdr.|
|31 Dec 1935|| ||Capt.|
|2 Jan 1945|| ||Rear-Admiral|
|2 Sep 1948|| ||Vice-Admiral (retired)|
Retired: 2 Sep 1948
|11 Jul 1940|| ||CBE|
|12 Jul 1947|| ||CB|
Warship Commands listed for Reginald Maxwell Servaes, RN
|HMS London (69)||Capt.||Heavy cruiser||10 Dec 1940||19 Dec 1942|
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24 Jun 1941 (position -2.05, -27.42)
The German blockade runner Babitonga (4422 GRT) was located by HMS London (Capt. R.M. Servaes, CBE, RN) in the South Atlantic about 930 nautical miles south-west of Freetown in position 02°05'S, 27°42'W. The Babitonga was en route from Santos, Brazil to France and was scuttled by her crew.
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