Armed Merchant Cruisers
Royal Australian Navy
All Armed Merchant Cruiser classes (in service with the Royal Australian Navy).
|no class name (2)||1939 - 1940|
Please note that we list the classes by navies that initiated/owned the class. Often vessels of certain classes were then built for other nations (or lent), those ships are not visible here but only through the navies pages or by looking into each class.
War losses: Armed Merchant Cruisers
|23 Nov 1939||HMS Rawalpindi|
|6 Jun 1940||HMS Carinthia|
|13 Jun 1940||HMS Scotstoun|
|16 Jun 1940||HMS Andania|
|10 Aug 1940||HMS Transylvania (F 56)|
|27 Aug 1940||HMS Dunvegan Castle|
|3 Nov 1940||HMS Laurentic (F 51)|
|4 Nov 1940||HMS Patroclus|
|5 Nov 1940||HMS Jervis Bay (F 40)|
|2 Dec 1940||HMS Forfar (F 30)|
|4 Apr 1941||HMS Voltaire (F 47)|
|6 Apr 1941||HMS Comorin (F 49)|
|13 Apr 1941||HMS Rajputana (F 35)|
|13 May 1941||HMS Salopian (F 94)|
|5 Apr 1942||HMS Hector (F 45)|
15 Armed Merchant Cruisers lost. See all Allied Warship losses.
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