Maurice Kildare Cavenagh-Mainwaring DSO, RN

Born  13 Apr 1908


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Ranks

1 Apr 1929 S.Lt.
1 Apr 1931 Lt.
1 Apr 1939 Lt.Cdr.
30 Jun 1943 Cdr.
30 Jun 1951 Capt.

Retired: 7 Jul 1960


Decorations

12 Nov 1940 DSO

Warship Commands listed for Maurice Kildare Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN


ShipRankTypeFromTo
HMS Tuna (N 94)Lt.Cdr.Submarine4 Jul 19403 Nov 1941
HMS Wuchang (F 30)Cdr.Submarine Depot Ship5 Feb 19441 Apr 1945

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Submarine HMS Tuna (N 94)


1 Aug 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) begins a period of trials and training off the Scottish west coast. Today she shifted from her builders yard at Greenock to Arrochar where she was to conduct exercises and torpedo discharge trials. (1)

2 Aug 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) conducted execises in Loch Long. (1)

3 Aug 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) conducted execises in Loch Long. (1)

5 Aug 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) conducted execises in Loch Long. (1)

9 Aug 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) conducted torpedo discharge trials of Arrochar. (1)

10 Aug 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) conducted torpedo discharge trials of Arrochar. (1)

12 Aug 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) conducted torpedo discharge trials of Arrochar. (1)

13 Aug 1940
Having completed her torpedo discharge trials, HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN), shifted from Arrochar to Rothesay. (1)

16 Aug 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) conducted practice attacks on HMS Breda (Capt.(Retd.) A.E. Johnston, RN) in the Clyde area. (1)

18 Aug 1940
During the night of 18/19 August 1940, HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN), conducted practice attacks on HMS Breda (Capt.(Retd.) A. E. Johnston, RN) in the Clyde area. (1)

21 Aug 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) departed Rothesay for Rosyth. She made the passage together with the Dutch submarine HrMs O 10 (Lt. G. Quint, RNN(R)) that was to proceed to Dundee. They were escorted by the Dutch torpedo boat HrMs Z 6 (Lt.Cdr. A.C. Lunbeck, RNN). (1)

26 Aug 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) arrived at Rosyth. (1)

30 Aug 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) departed from Rosyth for her 1st war patrol. This is a work-up patrol in the North Sea.

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

(2)

1 Sep 1940 (position 56.09, 2.15)
At 0150 hours HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) fired torpedoes at ' what is identified as ' a submarine in the North Sea about 175 nautical east of Dundee, Scotland in position 56°09'N, 02°15'E.

(All times are zone 1)
0147 hours - Sighted a U-boat bearing red 20 showing an occasional dim white flashing light.

0150 hours - In position 56°09'N, 02°15'E fired four torpedoes from a range of 3000 yards.

0152 hours - Dived. While in the process of doing so a loud explosion was heard.

0200 hours - Three more explosions were heard. These must have been the remaining torpedoes hitting the bottom at the end of their run.

0321 hours - Surfaced. Found nothing in sight but noticed a strong smell of oil fuel.

Note: No German U-boat was operating in this area around this time. It's is not clear what Tuna attacked, if anything at all. As Tuna was on a work-up patrol her crew was rather 'green' and possibly a bit over-excited. (2)

5 Sep 1940 (position 56.17, -2.20)
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) fires three torpedoes at a suspected U boat contact. No hits were obtained. She also reports being fired upon by the enemy U boat with four torpedoes.

Later this day Tuna ended her 1st war patrol at Rosyth.

(All times are zone 1)
4 September 1940
2200 hours - The Officer of the Watch reported a U-boat diving ahead. As visibility through the periscope was nil, Tuna commenced 'hunting' the U-boat with her Asdic.

2240 hours - In position 56°26'N, 00°43'W the contact was at 2700 yards.

2302 hours - Range was now 900 yards. The target was thought to be on the bottom.

2305 hours - A signal was sent to base asking if destroyers could be sent out to take over the hunt on the enemy. Meanwhile Tuna patrolled over the position 'pinging' throughout in an endeavour to keep the enemy 'down'.

5 September 1940
0243 hours - Contact was now at 2700 yards but altered course towards and closed to 2000 yards.

0250 hours - In position 56°17'N, 02°20W fired three torpedoes at the contact that was right ahead. Depth settings of the torpedoes was 44, 30 and 24 feet.

0251 hours - A torpedo track was thought to be passing close down the port side from astern. Altered course to comb the track. Three more torpedo tracks now passed close down the starboard side. It was now thought that there were two U boats nearby, one ahead and one astern.

0254 hours - Withdrew from the area as this was a situation far too dangerous. Set course for Rosyth and speed up to full ahead on both engines.

0344 hours - Sent signal that Tuna was attacked by an enemy submarine with four torpedoes.

0708 hours - Passed HMS Jackal and HMS Vortigern off May Island. Passed information to them. These destroyers had been sent out to sea to hunt the enemy submarine reported by Tuna.

1039 hours - Secured alongside HMS Forth at Rosyth.

Note: As for the attack on a suspected U boat of 1 September, there was no German U-boat operating in this area. It is not clear what Tuna was attacking or was attacked by. (2)

6 Sep 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) departed from Rosyth for Holy Loch. She made the passage together with Submarine depot ship HMS Forth (Capt. G.C.P. Menzies, RN). They were escorted by HMS Jackal (Cdr. C.L. Firth, RN) and HMS Jaguar (Lt.Cdr. J.F.W. Hine, RN). (3)

9 Sep 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) arrived at Holy Loch. (4)

15 Sep 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) departed from Holy Loch for her 2nd war patrol. She was ordered to patrol in the Bay of Biscay.

Passage south through the Irish Sea was made together with HMS Talisman (Lt.Cdr. P.S. Francis, RN) that was to proceed to Portsmouth. They were escorted by HMS Rosemary (Lt.(Retd.) H.V. Wheeler, RN).

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

(2)

22 Sep 1940 (position 45.19, -1.20)
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) torpedoed and sank the German merchant Tirrana (7230 GRT, built 1938, former Norwegian Tirrana (offsite link) in the Bay of Biscay south of the Gironde estuary, about 15 nautical miles south-west of Soulac-sur-Mer, France in position 45°19'N, 01°20'W.

Tirranna was captured by the German armed merchant cruiser Atlantis in the Indian Ocean about 675 nautical miles east-south-east of Port Louis, Mauritius in position 22°40'S, 69°20'E on 10 June 1940.

(All times are zone 1)
1145 hours - Sighted merchant ship. Commenced attack. No escort was present.

1232 hours - Fired 4 torpedoes from 900 yards. Three hits were observed through the periscope. The target was seen to sink at 1239 hours. (2)

24 Sep 1940 (position 47.01, -3.02)
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) torpedoed and sank the German catapult ship Ostmark (1281 GRT, built 1936) in the Bay of Biscay about 35 nautical miles South-West of St. Nazaire, France in position 47°01'N, 03°02'W.

(All times are zone 1)
0421 hours - Sighted three dark objects on the port bow. Altered course and started attack. The contacts were identified as a merchant vessel escorted by two destroyers.

0435 hours - Fired six torpedoes from 8000 yards against the merchant. Went deep upon firing. One of the destroyers was heard to come towards, most likely running down the torpedo tracks. One hit was obtained on the target 6min, 45sec after firing the last torpedo.

No counter attack followed. Tuna set course to the South to resume her patrol off the Gironde.

Note: The Ostmark was escorted by the German minesweepers M 6 and M 12 (2)

2 Oct 1940
At 0700 hours, HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN), made rendes-vous with HMS Tribune (Lt. E.F. Balston, RN) and their escort towards Holy Loch, HMS Cutty Sark (Cdr.(Retd.) R.H. Mack, RN). (2)

3 Oct 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) ended her 2nd war patrol at Holy Loch. (2)

16 Oct 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. These included a practice attack on HMS Cachalot (Lt.Cdr. J.D. Luce, RN). (5)

18 Oct 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (5)

19 Oct 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (5)

23 Oct 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, RN) departed from Holy Loch for her 3rd war patrol. She is to patrol in the Bay of Biscay.

During the passage south through the Irish Sea she was escorted by HMS Troubadour (Cdr.(ret) D.H. Milward, DSC, RNR) until 0240/25.

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

(2)

13 Nov 1940
At 0800 hours, HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN), made rendes-vous with her escort towards Holy Loch, HMS Arsenal (Skr. C.R. Radford, RNR). (2)

15 Nov 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) ended her 3rd war patrol at Holy Loch. (2)

20 Nov 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) shifted from Holy Loch to Ardrossan. (6)

21 Nov 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) is docked at Ardrossan. (6)

24 Nov 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) is undocked at Ardrossan and immediately returns to Holy Loch. (6)

29 Nov 1940 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) and HMS Tribune (Lt. E.F. Balston, DSO, RN) both conducted night exercises in the Clyde area during the night of 29/30 November 1940 making practice attacks on each other. (6)

12 Dec 1940
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) departed from Holy Loch for her 4th war patrol. She was ordered to patrol in the Bay of Biscay. During the passage south through the Irish Sea she was escorted by HMS White Bear (Cdr.(Retd.) C.C. Flemming, RN) until 0200/14.

[No logs are available for this period so no map of this patrol by HMS Tuna can be displayed.] (2)

18 Dec 1940 (position 45.28, -2.27)
At 0430 hours, HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN), attacks the Italian submarine Brin (offsite link) with torpedoes and gunfire in the Bay of Biscay about 55 nautical miles east of the Gironde estuary in position 45°28'N, 02°27'W. The Italian submarine escapes unharmed.

At 2314 hours, HMS Tuna, sank the French tug (in German service) Chassiron (172 GRT, built 1901) with gunfire about 25 nautical miles west-south-west of the Gironde estuary in position 45°28'N, 01°38'E.

0403 hours (time zone unknown, not mentioned in patrol report and no log available) Sighted a dark object bearing Green 3°. The object was soon indentified as a submarine conning tower. As HMS Usk was just 20 nautical miles to the North of Tuna and the silhouette resembled that of a U-class submarine a challenge was made. The reply was unreadable. As it was still thought it was Usk, The silhouette did not resemble an Italian submarine and a German U-boat was not expected in pass through this area, a second challenge was made. No reply came on the second challenge and the target turned away.

0430 hours - In position 45°28'N, 02°27'W fired six torpedoes from 1500 yards. The target was not hit, the torpedoes missed on either side. When it was seen that the torpedoes had missed gun action was ordered. After the third round it was thought that a hit was obtained. The enemy increased to full speed and ran for the Gironde. No more hits were obtained and as the enemy submarine was faster range soon increased.

0510 hours - Fired one torpedo but missed.

0520 hours - Fired another torpedo but missed again. Soon after a torpedo wake was sighted, the enemy had fired a stern torpedo but this also missed (according to Italian sources, Brin had fired two stern torpedoes).

0523 hours - A darkened object was reported bearing Red 120°. Almost simultaneously the enemy submarine was seen to make her identification signal. /it was thought that this new contact was the escort for the enemy submarine to the Gironde. Tuna turned away and dived to 200 feet. By HE it was noticed that there were two escort vessels in the area. They remained in the area to hunt Tuna but never made contact and no depth charges were dropped.

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2254 hours - An object was sighted bearing Red 20°. Course was altered towards. Started attack. The target was considered to be an A/S vessel.

2314 hours - In position 45°28'N, 01°38'E fired 2 torpedoes set to 4 feet. Range was 1200 yards. The first torpedo was seen to miss ahead. The second that was supposed to hit ran off track and missed astern. The enemy was now seen to be an armed tug. Gun action was ordered and hits were obtained quickly. 19 Rounds were fired for at least five hits. She was now left on fire fore and aft. She was also settling and down in the water. Tuna cleared the area to the South-West. (2)

2 Jan 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) ended her 4th war patrol at Holy Loch. During the passage north through the Irish Sea, Tuna had been escorted by HMS Cutty Sark (Cdr.(Retd.) R.H. Mack, RN). (2)

29 Jan 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) departed from Holy Loch for her 5th war patrol. She was ordered to patrol of the Azores.

Passage south through the Irish Sea was made together with HMS Snapper (Lt. G.V. Prowse, RN). They were escorted by HMS La Capricieuse (Lt.Cdr. G.W. Dobson, RNR).

No logs are available for this period so no map of this patrol can be displayed. (2)

16 Feb 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) ended her 5th war patrol at Gibraltar. (2)

20 Feb 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) departed from Gibraltar for a convoy escort mission. She joins convoy HG 54. (2)

5 Mar 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) leaves convoy HG 54 and proceeded to Holy Loch. (2)

8 Mar 1941
At 1217 hours, HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN), made rendes-vous with her escort towards Holy Loch, the Free French minesweeper FFS La Moqueuse. (2)

9 Mar 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) arrived at Holy Loch. (2)

22 Mar 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) departed from Holy Loch for her 6th war patrol. She was ordered to patrol in the Bay of Biscay.

Passage south through the Irish Sea was made together with HMS Torbay (Lt.Cdr. A.C.C. Miers, RN) and HMS Taku (Lt. J.F.B. Brown, RN). They were escorted by the Free French minesweeper FFS La Moqueuse.

No logs are available for this period so no map of this patrol can be displayed. (2)

13 Apr 1941
At 0445 hours, HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN), made rendes-vous with her escort towards Holy Loch, HMS La Capricieuse (Lt.Cdr. G.W. Dobson, RNR). One hour later HMS Tigris (Lt.Cdr. H.F. Bone, DSO, DSC, RN) also joined for the passage north. (2)

14 Apr 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) ended her 6th war patrol at Holy Loch. (2)

30 Apr 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) is docked at Troon. (7)

6 May 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) is undocked at Troon. (7)

1 Jun 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) departed from Holy Loch for her 7th war patrol. She was ordered to patrol in the Bay of Biscay.

Passage south throuh the Irish Sea was made together with the Free French submarine FFS Rubis (Lt. H.L.G. Rousselot). They were escorted until 1430/3 by HMS Breda (Capt.(Retd.) A. E. Johnston, RN).

No logs are available for this period so no map of this patrol can be displayed. (2)

19 Jun 1941
Between 0400 and 0500 hours, HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN), made rendes-vous with HMS Trident (Lt.Cdr. G.M. Sladen, DSC, RN) and their escort towards Holy Loch, HMS Cutty Sark (Cdr.(Retd.) R.H. Mack, RN). (2)

20 Jun 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) ended her 7th war patrol at Holy Loch. (2)

7 Jul 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) departed from Holy Loch for her 8th war patrol. She was ordered to patrol in the Bay of Biscay.

During the passage south through the Irish Sea she was escorted by HMS La Capricieuse (Lt.Cdr. G.W. Dobson, RNR) until 2400/8.

No logs are available for this period so no map of this patrol can be displayed. (2)

9 Jul 1941 (position 49.16, -8.58)
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) is attacked in error in position 49°16'N, 08°58'W by a British aircraft (217Sq./Y) resulting in some minor damage. Tuna was outside her area due to a small navigational error. (2)

10 Jul 1941 (position 46.00, -9.40)
While on patrol in the Bay of Biscay HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) fires two torpedoes at a submerged Asdic contact steering approximate course 191°, of what is thought to be an enemy submarine in position 46°00'N, 09°40'W. The torpedoes missed their target. No Axis submarines were however reported to be near that position at that date, so that attack was most likely against a non-sub target (if any).

(time zone unknown, not mentioned in patrol report and no log available)
10 July 1941
2208 hours - In position 46°00'N, 09°40'W the Port after lookout sighted through his glasses a periscope bearing Red 130°, distance 1000 yards. The Officer of the Watch turned hard to Starboard and dived. Tuna was in contact with the enemy submarine with Asdic while submerged.

2306 hours - Fired one torpedo at a contact 500 yards ahead. The torpedo was set to 32 feet. The torpedo missed and it was thought that the target had gone deep.

For the next two hours the target was hunted by Asdic.

11 July 1941
0114 hours - Fired one torpedo at the target that now was steady bearing 191°. Missed.

0115 hours - Surfaced and left the area full speed ahead. (2)

19 Jul 1941 (position 45.21, -2.23)
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) fires 6 torpedoes at the German tanker Benno (8306 GRT, built 1939, former Norwegian Ole Jacob, offsite link) escorted by the German minesweepers M 18, M 25, M 27 and M 30 60 nautical miles north-west of the Gironde estuary in position 45°21'N, 02°23'W. Although six detonations were heard all torpedoes missed their target(s).

The Ole Jacob was captured on 10 November 1940 by the German armed merchant cruiser Atlantis in the Bay of Bengal in position 06°30'N, 90°13'E.

(time zone unknown, not mentioned in patrol report and no log available)
0048 hours - A darkened object was sighted and HE was heard bearing Green 04°.

0050 hours - Increased to full speed and closed. After about 10 minutes two destroyers could be distinguished ahead of the target. Shortly afterwards another destroyer was seen astern as well as another unidentified vessel.

In position in position 45°21'N, 02°23'W fired six torpedoes at the target from about 6000 yards.

0114 hours - Dived. Half a minute later a loud explosion was heard, followed shortly afterwards by another. Tuna went to 150 feet and rigged for depth charging but nothing further happened and Tuna surfaced about 1,5 hours after the attack and cleared the area. (2)

28 Jul 1941
At 0435 hours, HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN), made rendes-vous with her escort north through the Irish Sea, HMS La Capricieuse (Lt.Cdr. G.W. Dobson, RNR). (2)

29 Jul 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) ended her 8th war patrol at Holy Loch. (2)

20 Aug 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) departed from Holy Loch for her 9th war patrol. She was ordered to patrol in the Bay of Biscay.

During the passage south through the Irish Sea she was escorted by HMS White Bear (Cdr.(Retd.) C.C. Flemming, RN) until 2215/21.

No logs are available for this period so no map of this patrol can be displayed. (2)

7 Sep 1941
Around 2300 hours, HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN), made rendes-vous with HMS Trusty (Lt.Cdr. W.D.A. King, DSO, DSC, RN) and HMS Breda (Capt.(Retd.) A. E. Johnston, RN). Tuna and Breda then proceeded in company towards Holy Loch and Trusty set course for Gibraltar. Contact with HMS Breda was however soon lost in thick fog. (2)

9 Sep 1941
HMS Tuna (Lt.Cdr. M.K. Cavenagh-Mainwaring, DSO, RN) ended her 9th war patrol at Holy Loch. Tuna was given a short refit before she would proceed on her next patrol. (2)

Sources

  1. ADM 173/16674
  2. ADM 199/1844
  3. ADM 199/373
  4. ADM 173/16675
  5. ADM 173/16676
  6. ADM 173/16677
  7. ADM 199/1906

ADM numbers indicate documents at the British National Archives at Kew, London.


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