Norman Jack Coe DSC, RD, RNR

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Ranks

3 Mar 1933 S.Lt.
2 May 1936 Lt.
22 Feb 1944 Lt.Cdr.
31 Dec 1950 Cdr.

Retired: 28 Mar 1958


Decorations

12 Nov 1940 Mentioned in Despatches (MID)
23 Sep 1941 DSC
20 Apr 1944 RD

Warship Commands listed for Norman Jack Coe, RNR


ShipRankTypeFromTo
HMS Oberon (N 21)Lt.Submarine1 Jan 19426 Jan 1942
HMS H 50 (N 50)Lt.Submarine17 Jan 194228 Jan 1942
HMS H 32 (N 32)Lt.Submarine26 Feb 194211 Apr 1942
HMS Tribune (N 76)Lt.SubmarineApr 194220 Dec 1942
HMS Sealion (N 72)Lt.Submarine17 Mar 194312 Jan 1944
HMS Sealion (N 72)Lt.SubmarineJan 44 ?2 Mar 1944

Career information

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Events related to this officer

Submarine HMS H 50 (N 50)


18 Jan 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 50 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) shifted from Oban to Tobermory. Off Tobermory she participated in A/S exercises. (1)

20 Jan 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 50 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Tobermory. (1)

21 Jan 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 50 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Tobermory. (1)

23 Jan 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 50 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Tobermory. (1)

26 Jan 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 50 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) departed Tobermory for Rothesay. (1)

27 Jan 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 50 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) arrived at Rothesay. (1)

28 Jan 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 50 (Lt. H.B. Turner, RN) is docked at Rothesay. (1)


Submarine HMS H 32 (N 32)


26 Feb 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Ardrishaig. (2)

27 Feb 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Ardrishaig. (2)

28 Feb 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) shifted from Ardrishaig to Campbeltown. (2)

1 Mar 1942
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

2 Mar 1942
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

4 Mar 1942
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

5 Mar 1942
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

6 Mar 1942
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

7 Mar 1942
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

8 Mar 1942
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

9 Mar 1942
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

10 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

11 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

12 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

13 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

15 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

16 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

17 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

18 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

19 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

20 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

22 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

23 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (3)

24 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. Upon completion of these exercises H 32 proceeded to Rothesay. (3)

26 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted exercises in the Clyde area with HMS Kingfisher (Cdr.(Retd.) W.V.H. Harris, DSC, RN). (3)

29 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) shifted from Rothesay to Ardrishaig. She then participated in A/S exercises off Ardrishaig. (3)

30 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Ardrishaig. (3)

31 Mar 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Ardrishaig. (3)

1 Apr 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Ardrishaig. Upon completion of these exercises H 32 proceeded to Rothesay. (4)

5 Apr 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted exercises in the Clyde area. (4)

6 Apr 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) proceeded from Rothesay to Campbeltown where she participated in A/S exercises. (4)

7 Apr 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (4)

8 Apr 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted A/S exercises off Campbeltown with HMS Carina (Lt. R.A.H. Lord, RNR) and HMS St. Modwen (Lt.Cdr. F.J. Webster, RNR). (4)

9 Apr 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (4)

10 Apr 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS H 32 (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) participated in A/S exercises off Campbeltown. (4)


Submarine HMS Tribune (N 76)


14 May 1942
With her refit completed, HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR), departed from Wallsend and arrived at North Shields. (5)

19 May 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) departed from North Shields for trials. She arrived at Blyth later the same day for a period of trials and training. (5)

25 May 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted exercises off Blyth. (5)

26 May 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted exercises off Blyth. (5)

27 May 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted exercises off Blyth. (5)

27 May 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted exercises off Blyth. (5)

28 May 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted exercises off Blyth. (5)

30 May 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted torpedo firing trials off Blyth. (5)

31 May 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted torpedo firing trials off Blyth. (5)

1 Jun 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted torpedo firing trials off Blyth. (6)

3 Jun 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted torpedo firing trials off Blyth. (6)

4 Jun 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted attack exercises off Blyth. (6)

9 Jun 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted exercises off Blyth with a training class of new submariners. (5)

10 Jun 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted exercises off Blyth with a training class of new submariners. (6)

13 Jun 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) departed from Blyth for Dundee. She was escorted by HMS Cutty Sark (Cdr.(Retd.) R.H. Mack, RN). (6)

14 Jun 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) arrived at Dundee. (6)

23 Jun 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) departed from Dundee for Lerwick.

She was escorted by HMS Loch Monteith (T/Lt. K.W. Richardson, RNR). (6)

25 Jun 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) arrived at Lerwick. She departed from for her 13th war patrol after a few hours. She is to provide cover for convoy operations (PQ 17 and QP 13) to Northern Russia.

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

(7)

11 Jul 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) ended her 13th war patrol at Lerwick. (7)

19 Jul 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) departed from Lerwick for Blyth escorted by the trawler HMS Lord Lloyd (T/Lt. M.W. Bond, RNVR). (8)

21 Jul 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) arrived at Blyth. At Blyth she reverts to her training role. Also for several days a filming crew is on board. (9)

3 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted exercises off Blyth with a training class of new submariners. (10)

4 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted exercises off Blyth with a training class of new submariners. (10)

5 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted exercises off Blyth with a training class of new submariners. (10)

6 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) conducted exercises off Blyth with a training class of new submariners. (10)

8 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

9 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

11 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

12 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

13 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

14 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

14 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

15 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

16 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

17 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

18 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

18 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

19 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

20 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

21 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

22 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

24 Aug 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) went to sea off Blyth with a filming party on board for the shooting of the film 'Close Quarters'. (10)

26 Aug 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) departed Blyth for Dundee. She was escorted by HMS Loch Monteith (T/Lt. K.W. Richardson, RNR). (10)

27 Aug 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) arrived at Dundee. (10)

31 Aug 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) departed from Dundee for Lerwick. She made the passage together with HMS P 54 (Lt. C.E. Oxborrow, DSC, RN) and HNoMS Uredd (Lt. R.O. Rören). They were escorted by HMS Loch Monteith (T/Lt. K.W. Richardson, RNR). (10)

1 Sep 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) arrived at Lerwick. (11)

2 Sep 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) departed from Lerwick for her 14th war patrol. She is to provide cover for convoy operations (PQ 18 and QP 14) to Northern Russia.

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

(7)

10 Sep 1942 (position 68.31, 13.45)
At 1037 hours (zone -1), in approximate position 68°31'N, 13°45'E HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) sighted the German battleship Tirpitz, heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper and light cruiser Köln leaving the Gimsostrommen and steering towards Hval Fjord. The range is about 20000 yards so there was no opportunity to attack. Tribune sent a enemy report.

Tirpitz however was not present, she was still at Narvik. Admiral Scheer was present with the other two ships. (7)

20 Sep 1942 (position 72.00, 17.52)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) encounters German U-boat U-403. Signals were exchanged but neither submarine was in a position to attack the other.

(All times are zone -1)
0713 hrs - Sighted conning tower ahead in position 72°00N, 17°52E. Turned towards and endeavoured to close and make a challenge. After 8 minutes several signals were exchanged. The contact was now identified as a German U-boat but it could not be attacked and was out of sight after 10 minutes.
(7)

30 Sep 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) ended her 14th war patrol at Lerwick. (7)

1 Oct 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) departed Lerwick for Holy Loch. She was escorted by HMS White Bear (Cdr.(Retd.) C.C. Flemming, RN). (12)

3 Oct 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) arrived at Holy Loch.

[As no log is available for October 1942 no details about her detailed exploits during this month are currently known to us.] (13)

31 Oct 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) departed from Holy Loch for Gibraltar.

During the passage south through the Irish Sea she was escorted by HMS Cutty Sark (Cdr.(Retd.) R.H. Mack, RN).

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

(7)

5 Nov 1942 (position 44.02, 12.09)
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) sighted the German merchant Kulmerland (7363 GRT, built 1929) in position 44°02'N, 12°09'W. This ship was en-route from the Far East to France. Tribune was not able to attack due to the range being too great. As there were German aircraft patrolling the area it was not possible to surface and give chase. (7)

8 Nov 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) arrived at Gibraltar. (7)

12 Nov 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) departed from Gibraltar for her 15th war patrol (1st in the Mediterranean). Initially she was ordered to patrol off Toulon, France but when Tribune was two days out she was ordered to patrol of Naples, Italy instead. She was routed through the Gulf of Genoa and along the East coast of Corsica to her new patrol area. Later patrol area was shifted to the Tunisia - Sicily area.

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

(7)

18 Nov 1942 (position 43.33, 9.04)
At 2240 hours (zone -1) in position 43°33'N, 09°04'E, HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) sights a small U-boat steering 050° at 11 knots. This must be either U-73, U-205 or U-380, all of which will reach La Spezia the following day. Tribune could not turn fast enough to get into a good attacking position. The attack had to be abandoned. (7)

22 Nov 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) is depth charged near Isoli di Capri, while on patrol near the Southern approached to Naples, Italy.

Depth charges exploded very close and considerable damage was caused. Tribune managed to slip away and continue her patrol.

(All times are zone -1)
0403 hours - While in position 154°, Campanilla light, 4 nautical miles sighted a darkened ship bearing 320°. Started attack.

0410 hours - The ship disappeared against the background of Capri Island.

0422 hours - The ship was now thought to be a light cruiser but later events show it was most likely a large destroyer.

0426 hours - When about to fire torpedoes the ship turned towards and put up a big bow wave.

0427 hours - Dived.

0430 hours - A depth charge attack commenced. Five charges were dropped.

0437 hours - Five more depth charges were dropped, these were fairly close.

0514 hours - No HE could be heard but Asdic transmissions were heard all the time.

0540 hours - Tribune was detected by the enemy's Asdic.

0543 hours - Three depth charges were dropped.

0551 hours - Five depth charges were dropped very close. Considerable minor damage was caused. (All was repaired within 48 hours).

0605 hours - Another pattern of five depth charges was dropped. These were a bit further away.

0625 hours - Eleven depth charges were dropped much further away. Nothing further was heard.

0848 hours - Came to periscope depth. No ships in sight. A whole lot of aircraft were patrolling the area. Went deep and retired to seaward. (7)

30 Nov 1942
Lt. Coe sent a radio signal to base that he was very sick and could not conduct an effective patrol due to his condition. (7)

1 Dec 1942
Tribune was ordered to proceed towards the Skerki bank to patrol there if Lt. Coe was fit. Lt. Coe reported that his condition had not improved. Tribune was then ordered to return to Gibraltar. (7)

7 Dec 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) ended her 15th war patrol (1st in the Mediterranean) at Gibraltar. (7)

13 Dec 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) is docked at Gibraltar. (14)

16 Dec 1942
HMS Tribune (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) is undocked. (14)


Submarine HMS Sealion (N 72)


20 Mar 1943
HMS Sealion (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) was docked at Kames Bay. (15)

23 Mar 1943
HMS Sealion (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) was undocked at Kames Bay. She then proceeded to Rothesay. (15)

19 Aug 1943
HMS Sealion (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) was docked at Kames Bay. (16)

23 Aug 1943
HMS Sealion (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) was undocked at Kames Bay. She then proceeded to Rothesay. (16)

7 Oct 1943
While conducting A/S exercises in Inchmarnock water, HMS Sealion (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR), is hit by HMS Skate (Lt. J.C. Rushbrooke, DSC, RN). The periscopes of HMS Sealion were damaged. (17)

10 Oct 1943
HMS Sealion (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) departed Rothesay for Barrow where repairs were to be effected. (17)

11 Oct 1943
HMS Sealion (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) arrived at Barrow. (17)

16 Nov 1943
With the repairs to her periscope standards, the installation of new periscopes and some work on her battery completed, HMS Sealion (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR), departed Barrow for Rothesay. She was escorted by HMS Northern Wave (T/Lt. J.P. Kilbee, RNR). (18)

17 Nov 1943
HMS Sealion (Lt. N.J. Coe, DSC, RNR) arrived at Rothesay. (18)

Sources

  1. ADM 173/17269
  2. ADM 173/17210
  3. ADM 173/17211
  4. ADM 173/17212
  5. ADM 173/17637
  6. ADM 173/17638
  7. ADM 199/1847
  8. ADM 173/17639
  9. ADM 199/424
  10. ADM 173/17640
  11. ADM 173/17641
  12. ADM 199/1908
  13. ADM 199/2572
  14. ADM 173/17643
  15. ADM 173/18013
  16. ADM 173/18018
  17. ADM 173/18020
  18. ADM 173/18021

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


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