Edward Theodore Simmons DSO, RCNVR

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Ranks

20 Feb 1940 T/Lt.
??? T/A/Lt.Cdr.
1 Jan 1944 T/Lt.Cdr.
3 Dec 1945 T/A/Cdr.

Retired: 3 Dec 1945


Decorations

1 May 1943 DSO

Warship Commands listed for Edward Theodore Simmons, RCNVR


ShipRankTypeFromTo
HMCS Port Arthur (K 233)T/Lt.Corvette30 Apr 19428 Jul 1943
HMCS Beacon Hill (K 407)T/Lt.Cdr.Frigate16 Apr 19445 Mar 1945
HMCS Beacon Hill (K 407)T/Lt.Cdr.FrigateAug 194512 Aug 1945

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Events related to this officer

Corvette HMCS Port Arthur (K 233)


19 Jan 1943 (position 37.06, 5.22)
British destroyer HMS Antelope (Lt.Cdr. E.N. Sinclair, RN) and the Canadian corvette HMCS Port Arthur (T/A/Lt.Cdr. E.T. Simmons, DSC, RCNVR) sank the Italian submarine Tritone (offsite link) (Cdr. Paolo Monechi / 26 dead.) near Bougie, Algeria in position 37°06'N, 05°22'E. The Italian submarine was on it's first war patrol. She had been commissioned on 10 October 1942.


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