Seymour Charles Tuke DSO, RN
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|15 Sep 1923|| ||A/S.Lt.|
|30 May 1924|| ||S.Lt.|
|28 Feb 1926|| ||Lt.|
|28 Feb 1934|| ||Lt.Cdr.|
Warship Commands listed for Seymour Charles Tuke, RN
|HMS Weston (L 72 / U 72)||Lt.Cdr.||Sloop||12 Jan 1940||6 Sep 1940|
|HMS Amethyst (U 16)||Lt.Cdr.||Sloop||30 Aug 1943||Jun 1944|
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24 Feb 1940
HMS Weston (Lt.Cdr. S.C. Tuke, RN) picks up 27 survivors from the British merchant Royal Archer that sank off the Firth of Forth in position 56°06'N, 02°55'W on a mine laid on 4 November 1939 by German U-boat U-21.
31 May 1940 (position 52.26, 2.02)
On 31 May 1940 U-13 was lost in the North Sea about 12 nautical miles south-east of Lowestoft, in position 52°26'N, 02°02'E, by depth charges from the British sloop HMS Weston (Lt.Cdr. S.C. Tuke, RN).
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