Dickson Carlile Wallace DSC, RD, RCNR
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|11 Jul 1933|| ||Lt.|
|11 Jul 1941|| ||Lt.Cdr.|
|1 Jul 1942|| ||A/Cdr.|
|1 Jul 1943|| ||Cdr.|
|1 Jul 1950|| ||Capt. (retired)|
Retired: 24 Nov 1945
|9 Jan 1943|| ||DSC|
|19 Jan 1945|| ||RD|
|11 Dec 1945|| ||OBE|
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17 Jan 1942
The Norwegian tanker Nyholt is torpedoed and sunk about 180 nautical miles south of Cape Race in position 45°46'N, 54°18'W by German U-boat U-87. HMCS St. Clair (Lt.Cdr. D.C. Wallace, RCNR) later picks up 23 survivors (two of these died later).
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