Andrew Neil Gillespie Campbell, RN

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Died  21 Aug 1944HMS Kite


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1 Jun 1932 Lt.
1 Jun 1940 Lt.Cdr.

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Warship Commands listed for Andrew Neil Gillespie Campbell, RN


ShipRankTypeFromTo
HMS Severn (N 57)Lt.Cdr.Submarine30 Oct 194020 Aug 1941
HMS Severn (N 57)Lt.Cdr.Submarine4 Sep 19417 Jan 1944
HMS Kite (U 87)Lt.Cdr.SloopMay 1944 ?21 Aug 1944 (+)

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Submarine HMS Severn (N 57)


15 Dec 1940
Having completed her refit at the Devonport Dockyard, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), departed Plymouth for Holy Loch. (1)

16 Dec 1940
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Holy Loch to commence a period of trials and training. (1)

18 Dec 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in Loch Long. (1)

19 Dec 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (1)

20 Dec 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (1)

21 Dec 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted noise trials in Loch Long. (1)

22 Dec 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (1)

26 Dec 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (1)

27 Dec 1940
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted torpedo firing trials at the torpedo range at Arrochar. (1)

28 Dec 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) shifted from Holy Loch to Glasgow where she was docked. (1)

2 Jan 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is undocked and returned to Holy Loch. (2)

6 Jan 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (2)

7 Jan 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (2)

8 Jan 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (2)

9 Jan 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this patrol see the map below.

(3)

9 Jan 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Holy Loch for her 9th war patrol. She was ordered to perform an anti-Uboat patrol in the North Atlantic and to proceed to Halifax on completion of her patrol. She was escorted by HMS Philante (Capt. (Retd.) H.S. Bowlby, RN) until 0627/10 (zone +1). (3)

11 Jan 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived in her patrol area. (3)

15 Jan 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed her patrol area for Halifax. (3)

22 Jan 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) ended her 9th war patrol at Halifax. (3)

4 Feb 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) participated in A/S exercises off Halifax. (4)

9 Feb 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Halifax for her 10th war patrol. She was to escort convo SC-22 for part of the voyage across the Atlantic. She joined the convoy at sea the next day at 0711 hours (zone +4).

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this patrol see the map below.

(4)

21 Feb 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) detached from convoy SC-22 at 1645 hours (zone +2) in approximate position 58°50'N, 28°42'W. (4)

27 Feb 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) ended her 10th war patrol at Halifax. (4)

11 Mar 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Halifax for Freetown.

For the daily position of HMS Severn during this passage see the map below.

(5)

16 Mar 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is ordered to patrol in the North Atlantic to search for the German battlecruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau that are on a raid in the North Atlantic.

HMS Severn is ordered to continue her passage the next day. (3)

25 Mar 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Freetown. (5)

30 Mar 1941
For the daily and attack positions of HMS Severn during her 11th war patrol see the map below.

(6)

30 Mar 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Freetown for her 11th war patrol. She was ordered to participate in a special operation (Operation Grab) in which four Italian submarines coming from the Red Sea and their German supply vessel/tanker were to be intercepted. The British had discovered where these ships were to make rendez-vous though 'Ultra' (code breaking) and decided to spoil 'the party'.

Besides HMS Severn the armed merchant cruiser HMS Alcantara (Capt. (Retd.) J.G.P. Ingham, DSO, RN) and the sloops HMS Milford (Cdr. (Retd.) the Hon. V.M. Wyndham-Quin, RN) and HMS Bridgewater (A/Cdr. (Retd.) H.F.G. Leftwich, RN) were also involved in this operation. (7)

4 Apr 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at St. Helena. She departed again later the same day having fuelled in the meantime. (8)

8 Apr 1941 (position -25.03, -20.04)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) attacked an Italian submarine, most likely the Archimede, with two torpedoes in the South Atlantic in approximate position 25°03'S, 20°04'W.

(All times are zone +1)
0904 hours - Sighted a submarine on the surface. Dived. Commenced attack.

0944 hours - Fired two torpedoes. Missed.

0955 hours - Course and speed as requisted to keep in touch with the enemy.

1122 hours - Surfaced. Course and speed as requisted for shadowing the enemy.

1400 hours - Lost sight of the enemy. (8)

10 Apr 1941 (position -24.33, -20.03)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) twice attacked an Italian submarine, most likely the Ferraris in approximate position 24°33'S, 20°03'W. All torpedoes fired missed their target.

(All times are zone +1)
1942 hours - Sighted a submarine on the surface. Altered course to attack.

1947 hours - Fired four torpedoes. Missed.

1950 hours - Fired two torpedoes. Missed again.

1959 hours - Dived.

2142 hours - Surfaced. Set course for rendez-vous position with HMS Alcantara and HMS Milford. (8)

23 Apr 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at St. Helena where she fuelled. (8)

24 Apr 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed St. Helena for Freetown. (8)

29 Apr 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) ended her 11th war patrol at Freetown. (8)

3 May 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
For the daily positions of HMS Severn during the passage from Freetown to Gibraltar see the map below.

(9)

3 May 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Freetown for Gibraltar. She was escorted by HMS Anchusa (T/Lt. P. Everett-Price, DSC, RNR) until 0626/4. (9)

10 May 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Gibraltar where she joined the newly established 8th Submarine Flotilla based on HMS Maidstone (Capt. G.A.W. Voelcker, RN). (9)

25 May 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Gibraltar for her 12th war patrol. She was ordered to provide escort for Fleet tanker RFA Cairndale (8129 GRT, built 1939, Master S.G. Kent). The Cairndale was to provide fuel for naval ships involved in the hunt for the German battleship Bismarck and heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen.

The transport City of Dieppe (7958 GRT, built 1929) that was to proceed to St. Johns, Newfoundland made part of her voyage together with HMS Severn and RFA Cedardale. They were to proceed to position 43°00N, 35°00W from where the City of Dieppe was to be detached to St. Johns.

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this patrol see the map below.

(9)

26 May 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
At 1240 hours, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), reversed course for Gibraltar as per orders she had received by signal. (9)

27 May 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
Around 0800 hours (zone -1), HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) took up a patrol position in the Straits of Gibraltar.

Following the sinking of the Bismark, HMS Severn was ordered, around 1700 hours to rejoin RFA Cedardale at sea. (9)

28 May 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
In the afternoon, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), is ordered to return to Gibraltar. (9)

29 May 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) ended her 12th war patrol at Gibraltar. (9)

30 May 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) participated in A/S exercises off Gibraltar. (9)

1 Jun 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Gibraltar for her 13th war patrol. She is to perfom an anti-Uboat patrol to the West of Gibraltar.

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this patrol see the map below.

(10)

7 Jun 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) ended her 13th war patrol at Gibraltar. (10)

11 Jun 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) participated in A/S exercises off Gibraltar. (10)

12 Jun 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Gibraltar together with the Dutch submarine O 23 (Lt.Cdr. G.B.M. van Erkel, RNN) and the British destroyers HMS Wrestler (Lt. E.L. Jones, DSC, RN) and HMS Vansittart (Lt.Cdr. R.L.S. Gaisford, RN) (10)

14 Jun 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Gibraltar for her 14th war patrol (1st in the Mediterranean). She was ordered to patrol in the Tyrrhenian Sea.

For the daily and attack positions of HMS Severn during this patrol see the map below.

(3)

16 Jun 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is ordered by signal (V.A.C.N.A. 1910A/16) to take up a patrol position off Palermo. (3)

20 Jun 1941 (position 38.10, 13.35)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) attacked an escorted merchant vessel off Cape Zafferno to the east of Palermo, Sicily in approximate position 38°10'N, 13°35'E. A total of six torpedoes were fired in two attacks but no hits were obtained.

The target was the Italian merchant Ninetto G. (5355 GRT, built 1913) which left Palermo for La Spezia via Naples. She was not escorted. Perhaps a local patrol vessel was escorting her outwards at the moment of the attack. The attack was observed and Ninetto G. returned to Palermo only to sail again five days later and she reached Naples without incident.

Following this attack HMS Severn proceeded to patrol off Naples.

(All times are zone -1)
1755 hours - Sighted a large merchant vessel of about 5000 to 6000 tons and an escort vessel leaving Palermo by the eastern swept channel. Range was 16000 yards.

1800 hours - Commenced attack.

1854 hours - Fired four torpedoes from 2000 yards. All missed, most likely ahead due to the speed of the target being overestimated.

1858 hours - Fired two torpedoes from 2000 yards. Both missed. The enemy was seen to turn to comb the tracks.

22 Jun 1941 (position 40.25, 14.24)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) fired torpedoes at, most likely, an Italian Argonauta class submarine, south of the Gulf of Naples in appoximate position 40°25'N, 14°24'E.

The target was most likely the Italian submarine Ametista which was on passage from La Spezia to Augusta and was at that time off Naples. The attack was unobserved.

(All times are zone -1)
1206 hours - Sighted a submarine leaving Naples Bay (through Bocca Piccola) southward towards Messina. Range was 5000 yards.

1229 hours - Fired two torpedoes from 900 yards. Missed. The enemy zigged shortly before firing so the setup had to be changed quickly from an attack from 500 yards to 900 yards.

25 Jun 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed her patrol area off Naples for the east coast of Sardinia. (3)

26 Jun 1941 (position 40.05, 12.08)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) torpedoed and sank the Italian merchant Polinnia (1292 GRT, built 1911) in the Thyrrhenian Sea about 95 nautical miles south-west of Ischia Island, Italy in position 40°05'N, 12°08'E.

(All times are zone -1)
2010 hours - Sighted a merchant ship. Started attack.

2045 hours - Fired one torpedo from 1500 yards. It hit.

2100 hours - Surfaced. Opened fire with the deck gun.

2108 hours - Ceased firing. Proceeded to pick up survivors as the crew had abondoned ship.

2202 hours - Fired a second torpedo as the ship did not sink from a range of 1000 yards. The cargo of the ship was timber. It hit and the ship now started settling by the stern..

28 Jun 1941 (position 40.07, 9.50)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) torpedoed and sank the Italian merchant Ugo Bassi (2900 GRT, built 1902) off the Gulf of Orosei, Sardinia in approximate position 40°07'N, 09°50'E.

(All times are zone -1)
0602 hours - Sighted a southbound cargo/passenger vessel of about 7000 to 8000 tons. Range was 12000 yards. Started attack.

0633 hours - Fired one torpedo from 2500 yards. It hit underneath the bridge and a heavy explosion followed. The target was settling fast.

0638 hours - Retired from the scene to the eastward.

4 Jul 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) ended her 14th war patrol (1st in the Mediterranean) at Gibraltar. (3)

13 Jul 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is docked at Gibraltar. (11)

22 Jul 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is undocked. (11)

25 Jul 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises off Gibraltar. (11)

26 Jul 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Gibraltar together with HMS Vidette (Lt.Cdr. E.N. Walmsley, RN). (11)

28 Jul 1941
For the daily and attack positions of HMS Severn during her 15h war patrol see the map below.

(3)

28 Jul 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Gibraltar for her 15th war patrol. She was ordered to escort convoy HG 69 for part of the way.

Before proceeding on patrol A/S exercises were carried out with HMS Beverley (Lt.Cdr. J. Grant, RN). (3)

31 Jul 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is ordered to leave the convoy and to patrol along a line to the west of Gibraltar for an anti-Uboat patrol. (3)

7 Aug 1941 (position 34.48, -13.04)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) fired torpedoes at the German submarine U-93 in position 34°48'N, 13°04'W. All torpedoes missed their target although the British claimed to have sunk the submarine. The Germans heard two torpedoes exploding.

(All times are zone -1)
0048 hours - Sighted a U-boat on the surface at a range of 4000 yards. Started attack.

0056 hours - Fired four torpedoes from 3000 to 4000 yards. All missed.

0101 hours - Fired one torpedo from 3000 to 4000 yards. Missed.

0102 hours - Fired one torpedo from 3000 to 4000 yards, it hit at 0105 hours. A very loud explosion was heard.

0106 hours - Dived to reload. (3)

8 Aug 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is ordered to return to Gibraltar. (3)

10 Aug 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) ended her 15th war patrol at Gibraltar. (3)

19 Aug 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Gibraltar together with HMS Vimy (Lt.Cdr. H.G.D. de Chair, RN) and HMS Vidette (Lt.Cdr. E.N. Walmsley, RN). (12)

20 Aug 1941
HMS Severn (with Lt.Cdr. H.G. Dymott, RN temporary in command as Lt.Cdr. Campbell was sick)eparted Gibraltar for her 16th war patrol. She was ordered to patrol in the North Atlantic to the west of Gibraltar.

Shortly after departing Gibraltar HMS Severn grounded near Cape Spartel and damaged her Asdic dome.

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this patrol see the map below.

(12)

4 Sep 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. H.G. Dymott, RN) ended her 16th war patrol at Gibraltar. (13)

10 Sep 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is docked at Gibraltar. (13)

11 Sep 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is undocked. (13)

16 Sep 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Gibraltar together with HMS Azalea (Lt. G.C. Geddes, RNR) and HMS Lord Hotham (T/Skr. F.J. Setterfield, RNR). (13)

17 Sep 1941
In the morning, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), conducted A/S exercises off Gibraltar together with HMS Cossack (Capt. E.L. Berthon, DSC and Bar, RN) and HMS Legion (Cdr. R.F. Jessel, RN), and in the afternoon HMS Severn conducted A/S exercises off Gibraltar together with HMS Foresight (Cdr. J.S.C. Salter, RN), HMS Forester (Lt.Cdr. E.B. Tancock, DSC and Bar, RN). (13)

18 Sep 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Gibraltar together with HMS Azalea (Lt. G.C. Geddes, RNR) and HMS Fleur de Lys (Lt. (Retd.) A. Collins, RNR). (13)

22 Sep 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted independent exercises off Gibraltar. (13)

23 Sep 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted independent exercises off Gibraltar. (13)

28 Sep 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is docked at Gibraltar. (13)

11 Oct 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is undocked. (14)

14 Oct 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
In the morning, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), conducted independent exercises off Gibraltar. In the afternoon A/S exercises were carried out together with aircraft. (14)

15 Oct 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Gibraltar for Freetown.

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this passage see the map below.

(14)

22 Oct 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Freetown. (14)

27 Oct 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Freetown for a few days of exercises together with the destroyer HMS Vansittart (Lt.Cdr. R.L.S. Gaisford, RN), the corvettes HMS Armeria (T/Lt. H.N. Russell, RNR), HMS Cyclamen (Lt. H.N. Lawson, RNR), HMS Aster (Lt.Cdr. E. Hewitt, RD, RNR), the A/S trawlers HMS Fandango (Lt. J.A.T. Maishman, RNR), HMS Morris Dance (Lt. A. Bruce, RCNVR) and several ML's. (14)

30 Oct 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) returned to Freetown. (14)

1 Nov 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) participated in A/S exercises off Freetown. (15)

3 Nov 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Freetown together with HMS Velox (Lt.Cdr. E.G. Roper, DSC, RN), HMS Bridgewater (Cdr. (Retd.) N.W.H. Weekes, OBE, RN), HMS Starwort (Lt.Cdr. N.W. Duck, RD, RNR) and two ML's. (15)

7 Nov 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Freetown together with HMS Bridgewater (Cdr. (Retd.) N.W.H. Weekes, OBE, RN), HMS Starwort (Lt.Cdr. N.W. Duck, RD, RNR) and two ML's. (15)

9 Nov 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Freetown together with HMS Brilliant (Lt.Cdr. A.G. Poe, RN), HMS Bridgewater (Cdr. (Retd.) N.W.H. Weekes, OBE, RN), HMS Hollyhock (Lt. T.E. Davies, OBE, RNR) and HMS Turcoman (T/Lt. R.F. Pretty, RNVR). (15)

11 Nov 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Freetown together with HMS Bengali (Lt. F.R. Pike, RCNVR) and three ML's. (15)

13 Nov 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Freetown together with HMS Bergamot (Lt. R.T. Horan, RNR) and Sunderland aircraft. (15)

14 Nov 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Freetown together with HMS Brilliant (Lt.Cdr. A.G. Poe, RN), HMS Bergamot (Lt. R.T. Horan, RNR), HMS Bengali (Lt. F.R. Pike, RCNVR) and Walrus and Sunderland aircraft. (15)

15 Nov 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Freetown together with HMS Brilliant (Lt.Cdr. A.G. Poe, RN), HMS Vimy (Lt.Cdr. H.G.D. de Chair, RN), HMS Lavender (Lt.Cdr. J. Whayman, RNR), HMS Nigella (T/Lt. L.J. Simpson, RNR) and HMS Crocus (Lt.Cdr. E. Wheeler, RD, RNR). (15)

16 Nov 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Freetown together with HMS Brilliant (Lt.Cdr. A.G. Poe, RN), HMS Vimy (Lt.Cdr. H.G.D. de Chair, RN), HMS Nigella (T/Lt. L.J. Simpson, RNR) and HMS Crocus (Lt.Cdr. E. Wheeler, RD, RNR). (15)

18 Nov 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Freetown together with HMS Lavender (Lt.Cdr. J. Whayman, RNR), HMS Aster (Lt.Cdr. E. Hewitt, RD, RNR), HMS Nigella (T/Lt. L.J. Simpson, RNR) and HMS Crocus (Lt.Cdr. E. Wheeler, RD, RNR). (15)

22 Nov 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Freetown together with HMS Rumba (T/Lt. N.E. Hendy, RNVR) and HMS St. Wistan (Lt. H.P. Carse, DSC, RN). (15)

24 Nov 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Freetown together with HMS Surprise (Cdr.(Retd.) L.C. Ansdell, RN) and HMS Fandango (Lt. J.A.T. Maishman, RNR). (15)

25 Nov 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Freetown together with HMS St. Wistan (Lt. H.P. Carse, DSC, RN) and HMS Arran (T/Lt. J.E.B. Healy, RNVR). (15)

30 Nov 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Freetown together with HMS Wild Swan (Lt.Cdr. C.E.L. Sclater, RN), HMS Woodruff (A/Lt.Cdr. F.H. Gray, RNR), HMS Nigella (T/Lt. L.J. Simpson, RNR) and HMS Freesia (T/Lt. R.A. Cherry, RNR). (15)

1 Dec 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) participated in A/S exercises off Freetown. (16)

2 Dec 1941
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Freetown for Gibraltar.

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this passage see the map below.

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9 Dec 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Gibraltar. (16)

12 Dec 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is docked at Gibraltar. (16)

29 Dec 1941 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is undocked. (16)

4 Jan 1942
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted independent exercises off Gibraltar. (17)

6 Jan 1942
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Gibraltar together with HMS Active (Lt.Cdr. M.W. Tomkinson, RN) and HMS Haarlem (T/Lt. L.B. Merrick, RNR). (17)

9 Jan 1942
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Gibraltar together with HMS Wishart (Cdr. H.G. Scott, RN).

At 1155 hours, a smoke candle failed and a fire was started in the after end of the submarine which was quickly extinguished. No serious damage was sustained and Severn continued the exercise. (17)

10 Jan 1942
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Gibraltar together with HMS Wishart (Cdr. H.G. Scott, RN) and HMS Vidette (Lt.Cdr. E.N. Walmsley, RN). (17)

12 Jan 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Gibraltar together with ML 126, ML 176 and ML 224.

Following these exercises she carried out attack exercises on HMS Clyde (Lt.Cdr. D.C. Ingram, DSC, RN). She also returned the favour and served as target for HMS Clyde during her attack exercises. (17)

14 Jan 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Gibraltar together with HMS Spiraea (T/Lt. R.W. Tretheway, RNR) and HMS Azalea (Lt. G.C. Geddes, RNR). (17)

18 Jan 1942
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Gibraltar for Portsmouth.

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this passage see the map below.

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24 Jan 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Portsmouth. (17)

30 Jan 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is docked at Portsmouth. (17)

2 Feb 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is undocked. (18)

17 Feb 1942
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Portsmouth for Philadelphia, U.S.A. where she is to refit.

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this passage see the map below.

The map is incomplete as no log is available for March 1942 so no positions can de displayed after 28 February 1942.

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26 Feb 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) reported that she was delayed due to heavy weather she had encountered on the passage to Philadelphia. (19)

27 Feb 1942
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) reported that she had sustained wheather damage, which included damage to the pressure hull and gun platform, and it was her intention to divert to Halifax. She confirmed that she was indeed doing so the next day. (19)

1 Mar 1942
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Halifax. (20)

13 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
Having completed temporary repairs, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), departed Halifax for Philadelphia. (19)

16 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at the Philadelphia Navy Yard where she was taken in hand for refit. (20)

12 Sep 1942
Having completed her refit at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), ran port-refit trials in Delaware Bay. She then returned to Philadelphia. (21)

23 Sep 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) shifted from the Philadelphia Navy Yard to Delaware Bay. (21)

24 Sep 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
After a day of trials in Delaware Bay, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), returned to the Philadelphia Navy Yard. (21)

30 Sep 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) shifted from the Philadelphia Navy Yard to Delaware Bay. (21)

1 Oct 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) shifted from Delaware Bay to New York. (22)

2 Oct 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) shifted from New York to the submarine base at New London where she was to commence a training period. (22)

2 Oct 1942
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at New London, Connecticut, USA from the Philadelphia Navy Yard for a training period. (22)

3 Oct 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed New London for trials and exercises but due to the state of the sea these were cancelled and she returned to New London. (22)

5 Oct 1942
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted trials and exercises in Block Island Sound. (22)

8 Oct 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted trials and exercises in Block Island Sound. (22)

9 Oct 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted trials and exercises in Block Island Sound. (22)

12 Oct 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted trials and exercises in Block Island Sound. (22)

13 Oct 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
During 13/14 October 1942, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), conducted trials and exercises in Block Island Sound. These included night exercises. (22)

15 Oct 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted trials and exercises in Block Island Sound. (22)

16 Oct 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted trials and exercises in Block Island Sound. (22)

18 Oct 1942
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed New London, Connecticut, USA for Halifax.

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this passage see the map below.

The map is incomplete as no log is available for Novemer 1942 so no positions can de displayed after 31 October 1942.

(22)

25 Oct 1942
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Halifax for Portsmouth, UK. This was later changed for Holy Loch. (22)

3 Nov 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Holy Loch. (19)

6 Nov 1942
After two days of trials in the Clyde area, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), departed Holy Loch for Portsmouth where a new battery was to be installed. (23)

9 Nov 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Portsmouth. (23)

5 Feb 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises off Portsmouth. (24)

10 Feb 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Portsmouth for Holy Loch. She was to make rendez-vous the next morning with HMS Cutty Sark (Cdr.(Retd.) R.H. Mack, RN) and the US submarines USS Herring (Lt.Cdr. R.W. Johnson, USN) and USS Shad (Lt.Cdr. E.J. MacGregor III). During the passage from Portsmouth to the rendez-vous position HMS Severn was escorted by the Free French submarine chasers Chasseur 11 and Chasseur 15. (24)

12 Feb 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Holy Loch to begin a training period. (24)

13 Feb 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (24)

15 Feb 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (24)

16 Feb 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (24)

19 Feb 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) shifted from Holy Loch to Arrochar where she was to conduct torpedo discharge trials. (24)

20 Feb 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted torpedo discharge trials at Arrochar. (24)

21 Feb 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted torpedo discharge trials at Arrochar. (24)

23 Feb 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted torpedo discharge trials at Arrochar. Upon completion of these trials she returned to Holy Loch. (24)

25 Feb 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (24)

26 Feb 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (24)

28 Feb 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted noise trials in Loch Goil. (24)

17 Mar 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is docked at Govan to make good defects. (23)

26 Mar 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
Having completed her repairs at Govan, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), retuned to Holy Loch. (23)

1 Apr 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Holy Loch for her 17th war patrol. She was ordered to patrol of the Lofoten. Passage north towards just north of Muckle Fluga was made together with USS Barb (Lt.Cdr. N. Lucker, Jr., USN) under escort by HMS Rhododendron (Lt. L.A. Sayers, RNR). (3)

11 Apr 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) had to abandon her patrol due to a defect to the after hydroplanes that was beyond repair by the ships staff. (25)

13 Apr 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) suffered engine defects limiting her speed on the surface to 10 knots, delaying her arrival at Lerwick. (25)

15 Apr 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) ended her 17th war patrol prematurely at Lerwick. (25)

19 Apr 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Lerwick for Holy Loch. She made the passage together with HMS Tuna (Lt. D.S.R. Martin, RN). They were escorted by HMS Hayling. (T/Lt. G.B. Christie, RNR). (3)

22 Apr 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Holy Loch. (3)

23 Apr 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) shifted from Holy Loch to Greenock where repairs were to be undertaken at the Scotts Shipyard. (23)

3 Jun 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
Having completed her repairs, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) shifted from Greenock to Holy Loch. (26)

4 Jun 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (26)

6 Jun 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Holy Loch for Algiers. During the passage south through the Irish Sea she was escorted by HMS White Bear (Cdr. (Retd.) C.C. Flemming, RN) until 1700/8. (26)

6 Jun 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during the passage from Holy Loch to Algiers see the map below.

(26)

13 Jun 1943 (position 42.08, -10.05)
At 1650 hours (GMT), HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), was bombed by a so far unidentified aircraft in approximte position 42°08'N, 10°05'W. She sustained no damage. (3)

16 Jun 1943
In the evening HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), landed a sick rating at Gibraltar before continueing her passage to Algiers. (26)

18 Jun 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Algiers. (26)

24 Jun 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises at Algiers. (26)

27 Jun 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Algiers for her 18th war patrol (2nd in the Mediterranean). She was to perfom a special operation (Hawthorn) off the west coast of Sardinia.

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this patrol see the map below.

(3)

30 Jun 1943
In the late evening, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), conducted the first part of Operation Hawthorn (details hopefully to follow later but is has something to do with raiding parties being landed to raid enemy airfields). (3)

1 Jul 1943
In the late evening, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), conducted the second part of Operation Hawthorn (details hopefully to follow later but is has something to do with raiding parties being landed to raid enemy airfields). (3)

2 Jul 1943
Due to defects, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), is forced to abandon patrol and the special operation and set course to return to Algiers. A third party that was to be landed therefore could not be landed and was taken back to Algiers. This party was later parachuted in. (3)

4 Jul 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) ended her 18th war patrol (2nd in the Mediterranean) at Algiers. (3)

18 Jul 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises off Algiers. (27)

19 Jul 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises off Algiers. (27)

20 Jul 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Algiers for her 19th war patrol (3rd in the Mediterranean). She was to perfom a special operation (take off the raiding parties that were landed for Hawthorn) off the east coast of Sardinia.

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this patrol see the map below.

(3)

25 Jul 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
During the nights of 24/25 and 25/26 July 1943, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), tried to make contact with the party's ashore. On one night a signal was received that the embarkation place was compromised. The operation was reluctantly abandoned. (3)

31 Jul 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) ended her 19th war patrol (3rd in the Mediterranean) at Algiers. Once again HMS Severn returned to base with serious defects. (3)

5 Aug 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises off Algiers. (28)

2 Sep 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises off Algiers. (29)

4 Sep 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is docked at Algiers. (29)

5 Sep 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is undocked. (29)

9 Sep 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is docked again at Algiers. (29)

1 Oct 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) is undocked. (30)

4 Oct 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) conducted exercises off Algiers. (30)

6 Oct 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Algiers for Bizerta.

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during the passage from Algiers to Beirut see the map below.

(30)

7 Oct 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Bizerta from Algiers. (30)

8 Oct 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Bizerta for Malta. (30)

9 Oct 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Malta from Bizerta. (30)

11 Oct 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Malta for Beirut. (30)

15 Oct 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) arrived at Beirut. (30)

18 Oct 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Beirut for her 20th war patrol (4th in the Mediterranean). This was a storage trip to Leros. HMS Severn had on board 6 Bofors guns, 15 tons of ammunition,3 tons of aviation spirit and 8 Military personnel.

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this patrol / storage trip see the map below.

(3)

21 Oct 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
During the night of 21/22 October 1943, HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), unloaded her supplies at Leros. (3)

25 Oct 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) ended her 20th war patrol (4th in the Mediterranean) at Beirut. (3)

31 Oct 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) departed Beirut for 21th war patrol (5th in the Mediterranean). This was her second storage trip to Leros. HMS Severn had on board barrles for Bofors guns, stores and Naval and other Military personnel.

For the daily positions of HMS Severn during this aborted vpatrol / storage trip see the map below.

(31)

1 Nov 1943 (position 0.00, 0.00)
At 2300 hours (zone -2), HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN), set course to return to Beirut. She was unable to continue her transport mission to Leros due to serious engine defects. (32)

3 Nov 1943
HMS Severn (Lt.Cdr. A.N.G. Campbell, RN) ended her 21th war patrol (5th in the Mediterranean) at Beirut. Once again HMS Severn returned with serious engine defects. (32)

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