Ronald Sydney J. Snell
Merchant Navy (R206162). British
|Born||31 Aug 1920||Wallington, London|
Roster information listed for Ronald Sydney J. Snell
|Ship||Type||Rank / role||Attacked on||Boat|
|Norman Prince||Steam merchant||Second Steward||29 May 1942||U-156 (1)|
Son of Sydney and Dorothy Snell, of London. He was injured in the sinking of Norman Prince and repatriated to the UK aboard Cordelia after being interned for four months on Martinique.
More information about the sinking of Norman Prince, the internment on Martinique and his later assignment aboard Highland Prince can be found in the story "Ships in Great Waters" by R.S.J. Snell (PDF format). Courtesy of his son Michael Snell.
- The National Archives (BT 373/229)
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