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Re: Destroyer HMS Isis
Posted by: Anthony Gatenby ()
Date: July 13, 2004 09:30PM

I have a few more details (below), and there is a memorial website and survivor's story at [www.memorials.inportsmouth.co.uk]

HMS ISIS Fleet Destroyer. Sunk at night while anchored in the English Channel off Normandy on 20th July 1944 by a mine during operation Neptune (Naval Operations in support of Operation Overload). Casualties were heavy -154 men killed. The wreck is located 49-27N 00-41W seven miles north of Arromanches in northern France. Sinking was caused either by a German mine or possibly a 'Neger' human torpedo. At least one crew member is buried at Arromanches.The ship was on anti-submarine patrol off the Western Sector (Normandy Invasion).

[www.battleships-cruisers.co.uk] Isis



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Destroyer HMS Isis Anthony Gatenby 07/13/2004 08:06PM
Re: Destroyer HMS Isis JP 07/13/2004 08:52PM
Re: Destroyer HMS Isis Anthony Gatenby 07/13/2004 09:30PM
Re: Destroyer HMS Isis Anne Moir 11/26/2010 09:24PM
Re: Destroyer HMS Isis and Lt Cdr H.D. Durell RN (1912-44) Bill Forster 11/27/2010 09:02PM
Re: Destroyer HMS Isis dave paisley 06/06/2013 10:37AM
Re: Destroyer HMS Isis Laura Cowan 01/17/2018 09:26PM

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