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HMCS Sioux in British waters, April 1944 (Photo by G.A. Miline, NAC
battle at Matapan in 1941, summed up these hazards well for class destroyer were sunk by torpedoes while .
Alcantara+Asturias 2nd class social hall. Alcaston. Alcaston M1102.
Sea: Orders of Battle” (Price £15.00) and this includes new ship data and Scenarios. Also new scenarios and A-H Class Destroyer (From 1941).
HMS Ajax 1965-1966
of the 'Leander' Class 6" cruisers, she is chiefly remembered for ranean, and took part in the Battle of Matapan. she sank or crippled three Italian destroyers.

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HMS Matapan (D43) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
HMS Matapan (D43) was a later or 1943 Battle-class fleet destroyer of the Royal Navy (RN).
Battle class destroyer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Battle Class Destroyer - HMS Agincourt - SN Guides
Battle Class Destroyer - HMS Agincourt Ships Nostalgia is the forum and HMS Agincourt was one of the third flotilla of Battle Class Fleet Destroyers.
Battle class
The Battle class were conceived in 1941, initially out of a request from the Prime mounting was fitted to HMS SAVAGE, a Troubridge class destroyer, in 1942. . The longest serving Battle in the Royal Navy was, however, HMS MATAPAN.
HMS Aisne was originally built as a battle Class Destroyer by Vickers Armstrong HMS Corunna, HMS Jutland, HMS Dunkirk, HMS Alamein, HMS Matapan.

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