Clement Edward Bridgman DSO, RNR
|Birth details unknown|
|Died||23 Sep 1943||HMS Itchen|
Retired: 16 Feb 1933
Warship Commands listed for Clement Edward Bridgman, RNR
|HMS Dianthus (K 95)||Lt.Cdr. (retired)||Corvette||20 Jan 1941||6 Nov 1942|
|HMS Itchen (K 227)||Lt.Cdr. (retired)||Frigate||10 Nov 1942||23 Sep 1943 (+)|
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Corvette HMS Dianthus (K 95)
10 Jun 1942
HMS Dianthus (Lt.Cdr. C.E. Bridgman, RNR) picks up 32 survivors from the British merchant Empire Clough that is torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-94 in the North Atlantic in position 51°50'N, 35°00'W.
8 Aug 1942 (position 57.11, -30.57)
German U-boat U-379 was sunk in the North Atlantic south-east of Cape Farewell, Greenland, in position 57°11'N, 30°57'W, by ramming and depth charges from the British corvette HMS Dianthus (Lt.Cdr. C.E. Bridgman, RNR).
10 Aug 1942
HMS Dianthus (Lt.Cdr. C.E. Bridgman, RNR) picks up 39 survivors from the British merchant Cape Race that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-660 south of Iceland in position 56°45'N, 22°50'W.
HMS Dianthus and HMS Nasturtium (Lt. C.D. Smith, DSC, RNR) together pick up 65 survivors from the British merchant Empire Reindeer that was also torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-660 south of Iceland in position 57°00'N, 22°30'W.
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