Key WWII events - November 1943

Italy declares war on Germany
Soviet forces recapture Kiev
Battle of Empress Augusta Bay
American forces land on Bougainville
American forces recapture Tarawa & Makin during Operation Galvanic

American escort carrier Liscome Bay

American escort carrier Liscome Bay

Axis Nov-43 Allied
thailand flag France flag Romania flag german flag japan flag Total Class Total USA flag british flag free France flag soviet flag canada flag australia flag new zealand flag poland flag netherlands flag norway flag greece flag brazil flag yugo flag italy flag
0 0 0 3 8 11 Battleships 32 15 12 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
0 0 0 0 4 4 Fleet Carriers 9 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 3 3 Light Carriers 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 12 13 Heavy Cruisers 31 12 7 3 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
0 1 0 3 14 17 Light Cruisers 63 23 25 5 1 0 2 2 1 2 0 0 2 0 7
8 0 7 63 70 140 Destroyers 538 291 137 9 43 24 10 0 4 2 4 7 7 0 14
4 0 0 339 56 395 Submarines 462 164 97 17 160 0 0 0 2 13 1 3 4 1 30
0 0 0 0 4 4 Escort Carriers 49 23 25 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 3 3 16 41 60 Escorts 588 111 340 22 12 84 2 0 2 2 5 6 2 0 18
3 0 0 2 0 2 Other 32 16 11 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

 

 

Class argentina flag chile flag columbia flag peru flag denmark flag sweden flag portugal flag spain flag turkey flag
Battleships 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Fleet Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Light Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Heavy Cruisers 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Light Cruisers 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0
Destroyers 15 8 2 2 0 22 5 16 6
Submarines 3 9 0 4 0 23 4 5 9
Escort Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Escorts 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2
Other 6 3 0 0 0 7 0 0 0

 

 

Allied and Axis Naval Losses

Contains the lost and damaged (and therefore out of action) warships by country.
These are changes that happen during the month and figures will be reflected in the following month's tables.

Allied Losses

USA flagLost Report
Beatty Destroyer Torpedoed by German aircraft, 40 miles WNW of Philippeville, Algeria. Hit aft on the starboard side, the torpedo hit bent her starboard propeller shaft & her depth charge rack was blown overboard. The crew battled for 4 hours to save the ship before they were taken off by American warship Parker & she broke in two & sank, 12 dead, 6 injured 37.12N 06.16E 06/11/1943
Borie Destroyer Damaged after ramming German submarine U-405, N of the Azores, in the North Atlantic. Ship was badly damaged on her portside whilst locked together with U-405 in a heavy storm. Her bow was damaged & her engine rooms & electricity generators were partly flooded. Her speed was limited 10 knots making her vulnerable to U-boat attack. Despite great efforts to save the ship her crew had to abandon her, 27 dead, 127 survivors 49.00N 31.14W 01/11/1943. After failed attempts to sink her with torpedoes & gunfire she was bombed & sunk by a Avenger TBF aircraft from American warship Card 50.12N 30.48W 02/11/1943
Corvina Submarine Torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-176, S off Truk, in the Pacific Ocean. Boat was discovered on the surface recharging her batteries when attacked. Hit by 2 torpedoes the boat sank quickly, 82 dead, 0 survivors 05.05N 151.10E 16/11/1943
Sculpin Submarine Scuttled after being forced to the surface after depth charge attack & then shellfire from Japanese warship Yamagumo, 150 miles N of Truk, Caroline Islands. Boat was unable to control her dive depth & on the surface she was overwhelmed by gunfire. Crew abandoned boat & opened her vents, 42 survivors captured 10 dead 00.00N 152.50E 19/11/1943
Liscome Bay Escort Carrier Torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-175, off Butariti Atoll, in the Gilbert Islands, during Operation Galvanic. Torpedo hit aft starboard side in the aft engine room. The explosion detonated the ship's bomb store magazine, which destroyed the stern of the ship. American warship New Mexico steaming 1 mile astern was showered in metal fragments & human body parts. Ship listed to starboard & sank quickly, 644 dead, 272 survivors 02.34N 172.30E 24/11/1943
McKean Transport Torpedoed by Japanese Mitsubishi G4M 'Betty' aircraft, off Empress Augusta Bay, Bougainville Island. Ship tried to avoid torpedo, but she was hit on the starboard side. Her aft magazine exploded, destroying her depth charge spaces & ruptured her oil tanks. She sank stern first in 12 minutes, 64 dead crew & 52 dead troops 06.31S 154.52E 17/11/1943
Damaged Report
Mississippi Battleship Damaged by accidental turret explosion during bombardment of Makin Island, in the Gilbert Islands. The centre gun of No. 2 turret exploded when the guns breech was open, 43 dead 20/11/1943
Independence Carrier Damaged by torpedo from Japanese aircraft, off Tarawa, during Operation Galvanic. Hit on the starboard side caused serious flooding. She was able to steam away under her own power 20/11/1943. Arrived at Funafuti for emergency repair 23/11/1943
Birmingham Cruiser Damaged by bombs & torpedo from Japanese aircraft, at Empress Augusta Bay. Ship was attacked at night whilst she was supporting landings at Empress Augusta Bay. she was hit by one bomb on the starboard side aft & the second exploded damaging her No 4 turret, a torpedo hit the ship on the port side causing a hole 32' x 28' wide, flooding, damage to her keel & cutting her power cables. A temporary steel patch was placed over the torpedo damage 08/11/1943
Denver Cruiser Damaged by torpedo from Japanese aircraft, whilst supporting landings on Cape Torokina. Engine room & fire rooms flooded. All electricity & communications knocked out, 20 dead 13/11/1943. Towed by American warships Sioux & Pawnee to Espirito Santo for temporary repair
Foote Destroyer Damaged by torpedo from Japanese aircraft, during the Battle of Empress Augusta Bay, Bougainville Island. Torpedo blew her stern off, 19 dead, 17 injured 02/11/1943. Towed to Purvis Bay for temporary repair 04/11/1943
Ringgold Destroyer Damaged by gunfire from Japanese artillery at Tarawa, during Operation Galvanic. Ship was providing gunfire support to US Marines landing on Tarawa 20/11/1943
Schroeder Destroyer Damaged her propellers on coral reef whilst providing gunfire support to American Marines on Tarawa Atoll 20/11/1944. Withdrawn for repair from Tarawa for Pearl Harbor 24/11/1944
Thatcher Destroyer Damaged by in collision with American Spence, whilst avoiding torpedo attack from Japanese aircraft, during the Battle of Empress Augusta Bay, Bougainville Island. Her starboard propeller shaft was knocked lose & had damaged the hull of the ship 02/11/1943. Damaged shaft underwent temporary repair at Noumea. Her speed was limited to 15 knots. Departed for repair 20/11/1943. Arrived for repair to battle damage San Francisco 14/12/1943
Frazier Destroyer Damaged ramming Japanese submarine I-35, W of Betio, Tarawa, during Operation Galvanic. Her bow was badly damaged from ramming 01.25N 172.40E 23/11/1943. Withdrawn for repair 25/11/1943
british flag Lost Report
Simoom Submarine Lost possibly mined in the Aegean Sea 19/11/1943
Dulverton Destroyer Escort Damaged by Henschel Hs 293A radio-controlled rocket powered glide bomb from German aircraft, 5 miles N of Kos Island, in the Aegean Sea. Forward part of the ship was badly damaged & was scuttled, 77 dead, 109 survivors 36.50N 27.30E 13/11/1943
Hebe Minesweeper Mined by mine laid by German submarine U-453, off Bari, in the Adriatic Sea, 38 dead 41.08N 16.52E 22/11/1943
Damaged Report
Birmingham Cruiser Damaged by torpedo from German submarine U-407, W of Derna off Cyrenaica coast, in the Mediterranean Sea. Torpedo caused major under water damage, flooding of the forward magazine & limiting her speed to 20 knots, 27 dead 28/11/1943. Temporary repair at Alexandria before leaving for repair & refit in the USA
Ulster Destroyer Damaged by gunfire from German shore battery, off Adriatic coast of Italy. Ship hit above waterline, but due to high speed steaming her forward section flooded causing her to take 8 degree to starboard 23/11/1943
Quail Destroyer Damaged by mine laid by German submarine U-453, in entrance to Bari Harbour. Ship was seriously damaged 15/11/1943. Ship beached S of Bari to await salvage 16/11/1943. Towed to Bari for temporary repair 12/1943
Rockwood Destroyer Escort Damaged by Henschel Hs 293A radio-controlled rocket powered glide bomb from German aircraft, 15 miles S of Kos, in the Aegean Sea. Bomb failed to explode, but did extensive damage to her steering gear & flooding. She could steer using her main engines before flooding of her engine room disabled her 36.25N 26.52E 11/11/1943. Taken in tow by British warship Petard into Turkish waters for temporary repair. Towed by British warship Blencathra to Alexandria 15/11/1943. Constructive total loss
Chanticleer Sloop Damaged by GNAT acoustic homing torpedo from German submarine U-515, 250 miles ENE of San Miguel Island, Azores. Stern of ship was blown off & she was taken in tow to Ponta Delgado, Azores 39.47N 20.12W 18/11/1943. Stripped of her equipment & declared constructive total loss 22/11/1943

 

Axis Losses

japan flag Lost Report
Sendai Cruiser Damaged by gunfire from American warships Columbia, Cleveland, Denver & Montpelier, at the Battle of Empress Augusta Bay. Ship was heavily hit & set on fire, she was abandoned by her crew & sank, 184 dead 06.10S 154.20E 02/11/1943
Yugiri Destroyer Sunk by gunfire from American warships Charles Ausburne, Claxton & Dyson, off Bougainville Island, during the Battle of Cape St. George. 290 survivors 04.44S 154.00E 25/11/1943
Hatsukaze Destroyer Damaged in collision with Myoko breaking off bow & later sunk by gunfire from American warships Charles Ausburne, Claxton, Dyson & Stanley, off Bougainville Island, during the Battle of Empress Augusta Bay, 164 dead 06.01S 153.58E 02/11/1943
Sanae Destroyer Torpedoed by American submarine Bluefish, 90 miles S of Basilan Island, Celebes Sea. American boat was on the surface at night & attacking by radar. Ship hit by one torpedo & sank quickly 04.52N 122.07E 18/11/1943
Makinami Destroyer Damaged by torpedoes by American warships Charles Ausburne, Claxton & Dyson, off Bougainville Island, during the Battle of Cape St. George. She was disabled & later finished off by torpedoes from American warships Converse & Spence, 55 miles ESE of Cape St George, 28 survivors 05.14S 153.50E 25/11/1943
Onami Destroyer Torpedoed by American warships Charles Ausburne, Claxton & Dyson off Bougainville Island, during the Battle of Cape St. George. Ship blew up & sank, 0 survivors 05.15S 153.49E 25/11/1943
Suzunami Destroyer Bombed by aircraft from American warship Essex, off entrance to Rabaul harbour, New Britain Island. Ship was loading torpedoes when she was attacked. She blew up & sank quickly, 148 dead 04.13S 152.11E 11/11/1943
I-40 Submarine Lost possibly depth charged by American warship, off Makin Island, in the Gilbert Islands, during Operation Galvanic. Boat had been ordered to Gilbert Islands to join a picket line to attack American ships taking part in landings on Makin & Tarawa Islands, 97 dead, 0 survivors 28/11/1943. Presumed lost 21/02/1944
I-19 Submarine Depth charged by American warship Radford, off Makin Island, in the Gilbert Islands, during Operation Galvanic. Boat had been ordered to Gilbert Islands to join a picket line to attack American ships taking part in landings on Makin & Tarawa Islands, 105 dead, 0 survivors 03.10N 171.55E 25/11/1943
I-21 Submarine Bombed by Grumman Avenger torpedo bomber aircraft from American warship Chenango, off Tarawa, in the Gilbert Islands, during Operation Galvanic. Boat had been ordered to Gilbert Islands to join a picket line to attack American ships taking part in landings on Makin & Tarawa Islands, 101 dead, 0 survivors 29/11/1943
I-34 Submarine Torpedoed by British submarine Taurus, 30 miles S of Penang, 10 miles NW of the Muka lighthouse. Submarine had been intercepted with the help of decrypted Enigma radio traffic and alerted by Ultra intelligence signal Taurus sighted I-34 running on the surface & fired 6 torpedoes, 1 of which hit the submarine on the starboard side below the conning tower. Submarine sank quickly, 84 dead, 14 survivors 13/11/1943
I-35 Submarine Rammed by American warship Frazier after being forced to surface by depth charges and sunk by gunfire from American warships Meade & Frazier, W of Betio, Tarawa, during Operation Galvanic. Boat had been ordered to Gilbert Islands to join a picket line to attack American ships taking part in landings on Makin & Tarawa Islands, 92 dead, 3 survivors captured, 1 boat crew man opened fire on his rescuers & was shot 01.25N 172.40E 23/11/1943
I-39 Submarine Depth charged by American warship Boyd, 60 miles SW of Tarawa, during Operation Galvanic. Boat had been ordered to Gilbert Islands to join a picket line to attack American ships taking part in landings on Makin & Tarawa Islands, 96 dead, 0 survivors 08.04N 138.03E 26/11/1943
Ro-38 Submarine Lost possibly depth charged by American warship, in the Gilbert Islands, during Operation Galvanic. Boat had been ordered to Gilbert Islands to join a picket line to attack American ships taking part in landings on Makin & Tarawa Islands, 77 dead, 0 survivors 20/11/1943. Presumed lost 02/01/1944
Ro-100 Submarine Mined 2 miles W of Omai Island, in the Solomon Islands. Mine exploded beneath her port side amidships whilst boat was on the surface, throwing bridge lookouts into the sea. Boat sank quickly, 12 survivors 38 dead 25/11/1943
Wakamija Escort Torpedoed by American submarine Gudgeon, 70 miles S of Shushan Island, China. Ship broke in two 28.49N 122.11E 23/11/1943
Ukishima Minelayer Lost cause unknown 10 miles SE of Hatsushima 34.55N 139.22E 16/11/1943
W 26 Minesweeper Damaged by American Army aircraft at Rabaul 02/11/1943. Not repaired. Bombed by American aircraft Rabaul 17/02/1944
Damaged Report
Junyo Carrier Damaged by torpedo from American submarine Halibut, off Bungo Suido, torpedo disabled steering, damaged rudder & caused some flooding, 4 dead 05/11/1943
Agano Cruiser Damaged by torpedo from American Grumman TBF Avenger from American TF 50, at Rabaul. Ship hit in stern 11/11/1943. Damaged by torpedo from American submarine Scamp 12/11/1943. Towed to Truk for repair arriving 14/11/1943
Chikuma Cruiser Damaged by bombs from aircraft from Douglas SBD Dauntless dive-bombers from American warship Saratoga whilst refuelling in Sampson Harbour, Rabaul 05/11/1942
Isuzu Cruiser Damaged by mine laid by American submarine Silversides damage to hull & gun mounts 04/11/1943
Maya Cruiser Damaged during raid by Douglas SBD Dauntless dive bomber aircraft from American warship Saratoga, at anchor Rabaul, New Britain, bomb penetrated 3 decks before exploding in No 3 engine room causing major fire, 70 dead 05/11/1943. Emergency repairs at Rabaul
Takao Cruiser Damaged during raid on Rabaul by Douglas SBD Dauntless aircraft from American warship Saratoga. Hit by two 500 Ib bombs, one holed the hull below the waterline & the second damaged her steering gear, 23 dead 05/11/1943
Atago Cruiser Damaged by bomb near misses from Douglas SBD Dauntless aircraft from American warship Saratoga, whilst at anchor at Rabaul, New Britain Island. Bomb near misses by three 500 Ib bombs damaged the ship with many splinters, 22 dead 05/11/1943. Repaired at Yokosuka 15/11/1943
Yubari Cruiser Damaged by bombs from American Consolidated B-24 Liberators aircraft 04.20S 150.00E & later by Consolidated PBY Catalina aircraft 03.41S 150.15E 18/11/1943. Arrived for temporary repairs Rabaul 24/11/1943
Wakatsuki Destroyer Damaged by bomb near misses from aircraft from American warships, at Rabaul, New Britain Island. Her hull plates were damaged, but she remained operational 05/11/1943. Arrived for repair & refit at Yokosuka 25/11/1943
Naganami Destroyer Damaged by torpedo from American aircraft, during raid on Rabaul, New Britain Island. Her stern was damaged as far back as No. 3 turret, destroying her propellers & rudder 11/11/1943. Towed by Japanese warship Yubari to Truk arriving 08/12/1944. Towed by Japanese warship Nagara to Kure 24/01/1945
Fujinami Destroyer Damaged by dud torpedo from American warship Saratoga, whilst at anchor at Rabaul, New Britain Island. Dud torpedo caused fuel leak, 1 dead, 9 injured 05/11/1943. Ship remained operational
Isokaze Destroyer Damaged by mine laid by American submarine Silversides, off Kavieng, New Ireland, damage to hull & engines limiting her speed to 16 knots 04/11/1943. Withdrawn for repair to battle damage 08/11/1943
Urakaze Destroyer Damaged by strafing from aircraft from American warship Essex, at Rabaul, New Britain Island 11/11/1943
Shiratsuyu Destroyer Damaged in collision with Japanese warship Samidare, off Bougainville Island, during the Battle of Empress Augusta Bay. Later strafed by American aircraft, knocking out torpedo tubes & fire director control, 4 dead, 2 injured 02/11/1943
Samidare Destroyer Damaged in collision with Japanese warship Shiratsuyu, off Bougainville Island, during the Battle of Empress Augusta Bay. Her bows were damaged 02/11/1943. Arrived for repair Yokosuka 19/12/1943
I-180 Submarine Damaged by bomb from Australian Bristol Beaufighter aircraft, whilst at anchor at Rabaul. Boats conning tower is hit & badly damaged. Boat could no longer dive & had to return to Japan for repair, 1 dead, 4 injured 12/11/1943
Ro-113 Submarine Damaged in collision with Japanese warship Yamashiro, during exercise in Japanese Inland Sea 09/11/1943
Mogami Escort Carrier Damaged by bombs from aircraft from American warship Saratoga, whilst at anchor Rabaul, New Britain. Hit by 500 Ib bomb causing serious fires, 19 dead 05/11/1943. Arrived for temporary repair from repair ship Akashi Maru at Truk 08/11/1943
Namikaze Destroyer Escort Damaged in collision with Japanese merchant ship Manei Maru, at the entrance to the port of Otaru, Hokkaido 06/11/1943. Arrived for repair at Ominato 09/11/1943
german flag Lost Report
U-211 Submarine Depth charged by British Leigh Light Wellington aircraft, boat illuminated on the surface & attacked, ENE of the Azores, 54 dead, 0 survivors 40.15N 19.18W 19/11/1943
U-226 Submarine Depth charged by British warships Starling, Woodcock & Kite in the North Atlantic E of Cape Race, 51 dead, 0 survivors 44.49N 41.13W 06/11/1943
U-280 Submarine Depth charged by British Liberator aircraft in the North Atlantic Ocean N of the Azores, 49 dead, 0 survivors 49.11N 27.32W 16/11/1943
U-340 Submarine Damaged by depth charges from British warship Fleetwood, boat dived to escape, she later surfaced unable to dive again & boat was abandoned by crew and scuttled, SE of Tangier, 1 dead, 48 survivors captured 35.33N 06.37W 02/11/1943
U-405 Submarine Damaged by depth charges & forced to the surface by American warship Borie, NNW of the Azores, in the North Atlantic. On the surface in a storm at night, Borie rammed the boat & raked her decks with 20 mm gunfire. Ship & boat were locked together for some time before they separated, during which a gun battle with small arms took place. The boat eventually broke away & attempted to escape on the surface as she was unable to dive. Boat was hit by 4" gunfire & depth charges before her crew was seen to be escaping. Scuttling charges then sank the boat. 49 dead, 0 survivors 49.00N 31.14W 01/11/1943
U-508 Submarine Depth charged by American Liberator aircraft in the Bay of Biscay, N of Cape Ortegal, Spain, 57 dead, 0 survivors 46.00N 07.30W 12/11/1943
U-536 Submarine Depth charge attack by British warship Nene & Canadian warships Snowberry & Calgary, in the North Atlantic, NE of the Azores, boat was forced to the surface & sunk by gunfire, 38 dead, 17 survivors captured 43.50N 19.39W 20/11/1943
U-538 Submarine Depth charged by British warships Foley & Crane in the North Atlantic, SW of Ireland, 55 dead, 0 survivors 45.00N 19.35W 21/11/1943
U-542 Submarine Depth charged by British Leigh Light Wellington aircraft in the North Atlantic, N of Madeira, boat illuminated on surface & attacked, 56 dead, 0 survivors 39.03N, 16.25W 28/11/1943
U-600 Submarine Depth charged by British warships Bazely & Blackwood in the North Atlantic, NE of the Azores, 54 dead, 0 survivors 40.31N 22.07W 25/11/1943
U-648 Submarine Depth charged & Hedgehog bomb attack by British warships Bazely, Blackwood & Drury in the North Atlantic, NE of the Azores, 50 dead, 0 survivors 42.40N 20.37W 23/11/1943
U-707 Submarine Depth charged by British Fortress aircraft in the North Atlantic, ENE of the Azores, 51 dead, 0 survivors 40.31N 20.17 09/11/1943
U-718 Submarine Collision with U-476, in the Baltic Sea, 20 miles NE of Bornholm, 43 dead, 7 survivors 55.21N 15.24E 18/11/1943
U-768 Submarine Collision with German submarine U-745, in the Gulf of Danzig, 0 dead, 44 survivors 54.30N, 19.15E, 20/11/1943
U-842 Submarine Depth charged by British warships Starling & Wild Goose, in the North Atlantic, WNW of the Azores, 56 dead 0 survivors 43.42N 42.08W 06/11/1943
U-848 Submarine Depth charged & bombed by 3 American Liberator & 2 Mitchell aircraft in the South Atlantic, SW of Ascension Island, 63 dead, 0 survivors 10.09S 18.00W 05/11/1943
U-849 Submarine Depth charged by American Liberator in the South Atlantic, 600 miles ENE of Ascension Island, boat caught on the surface & attacked, 63 dead, 0 survivors 06.30S 05.40W 25/11/1943
U-966 Submarine Damaged by depth charges from British Wellington, Czech Liberator & Canadian Wellington aircraft in the Bay of Biscay, N of Cape Ortegal, boat was scuttled close to shore in De Santafata Bay & crew escaped, 8 dead, 42 survivors interned 10/11/1943
U-86 Submarine Depth charged by 3 Avenger aircraft from American warship Bogue in the North Atlantic, E of Azores 50 dead, 0 survivors 39.33N 19.01W 29/11/1943
TA 12 Torpedoboat Destroyed by bombs from American Army aircraft whilst under repair at Toulon 24/11/1943
Damaged Report
U-107 Submarine Damaged by depth charge attack from British warship Dahlia 28/11/1943
U-123 Submarine Damaged by machine gun fire from British Mosquito aircraft whilst submarine was on the surface in the Bay of Biscay 07/11/1943
U-238 Submarine Damaged by depth charge attack from Avenger aircraft from American warship Bogue 2 dead, 5 injured 30/11/1943
U-333 Submarine Damaged by depth charge & hedgehog bombs from British warship Exe, in the North Atlantic, boat was submerged when attacked & was blown towards the surface, hitting the bottom of Exe breaking its periscope, boat dived again & escaped 18/11/1943

 

Neutral Losses

No neutral losses this month

 

Commissioned - Details ships newly commissioned during the month.

Allied Commissioned

USA flag Class Builder Launched Armament Armour Speed Tons Crew
Cabot Light Carrier New York Shipbuilding Co, Camden, NJ Apr 1943 24 x 40 mm; 30 aircraft 5"-2" 31.6 10662 1569
Monterey Light Carrier New York Shipbuilding Co, Camden, NJ Feb 1943 24 x 40 mm; 30 aircraft 5"-2" 31.6 10662 1569
Albert W Grant Destroyer Charleston Navy Yard, Charleston, SC May 1943 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
Callaghan Destroyer Bethlehem Steel, San Pedro, CA Aug 1943 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
Laws Destroyer Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Co. Seattle, WA Apr 1943 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
McDermut Destroyer Federal  Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ Oct 1943 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
Melvin Destroyer Federal  Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ Oct 1943 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
Mertz Destroyer Union Iron Works, Bath, ME Sep 1943 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
Newcomb Destroyer Boston Navy Yard, Boston, MA Jul 1943 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
Norman Scott Destroyer Union Iron Works, Bath, ME Aug 1943 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
Tingey Destroyer Bethlehem Steel, San Francisco, CA May 1943 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
Twiggs Destroyer Charleston Navy Yard, Charleston, SC Apr 1943 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
Uhlmann Destroyer Bethlehem Steel, Staten Island, NY Jul 1943 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
Bluegill Submarine Electric Boat Co, Groton, CT Aug 1943 1 x 3"; 2 x 0.5"; 2 x 0.3"; 10 x 21" TT 20.25 1825 80
Flounder Submarine Electric Boat Co, Groton, CT Aug 1943 1 x 3"; 2 x 0.5"; 2 x 0.3"; 10 x 21" TT 20.25 1825 80
Golet Submarine Manitowoc Shipbuilding, Manatowoc, WI Aug 1943 1 x 3"; 2 x 0.5"; 2 x 0.3"; 10 x 21" TT 20.25 1825 80
Pampanito Submarine Portsmouth Navy Yard, Portsmouth, NH Jul 1943 1 x 5"; 1 x 40 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 10 x 21" TT   20.25 1525 80
Parche Submarine Portsmouth Navy Yard, Portsmouth, NH Jul 1943 1 x 5"; 1 x 40 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 10 x 21" TT   20.25 1525 80
Kalinin Bay Escort Carrier Henry J. Kaiser Co, Inc, Vancouver, WA Oct 1943 1 x 5"; 8 x 40 mm; 12 x 20 mm AA; 27 aircraft   19 8188 860
Solomons Escort Carrier Henry J. Kaiser Co, Inc, Vancouver, WA Oct 1943 1 x 5"; 8 x 40 mm; 12 x 20 mm AA; 27 aircraft   19 8188 860
Wake Island Escort Carrier Henry J. Kaiser Co, Inc, Vancouver, WA Sep 1943 1 x 5"; 8 x 40 mm; 12 x 20 mm AA; 27 aircraft   19 8188 860
White Plains Escort Carrier Henry J. Kaiser Co, Inc, Vancouver, WA Sep 1943 1 x 5"; 8 x 40 mm; 12 x 20 mm AA; 27 aircraft   19 8188 860
Alger Destroyer Escort Dravo Corporation, Wilmington, DE Jul 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Borum Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1432 186
Brister Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Calcaterra Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Chambers Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Darby Destroyer Escort Philadelphia Navy Yard, Philadelphia, PA May 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1432 186
Durant Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Eichenberger Destroyer Escort Charleston Navy Yard, Charleston, SC Jul 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1432 186
Falgout Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Jul 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Gary Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Gustafson Destroyer Escort Federal  Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ Oct 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Haverfield Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Henry R Kenyon Destroyer Escort Bethlehem Steel, Quincy, MA Oct 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1432 186
James E Craig Destroyer Escort Charleston Navy Yard, Charleston, SC Jul 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1432 186
Lansing Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Lovelace Destroyer Escort Norfolk Navy Yard, Norfolk, VA Jul 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1432 186
Lowe Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Jul 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Manlove Destroyer Escort Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, CA Jul 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 9 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog 19.5 1192 156
Merrill Destroyer Escort Brown Engineering & Shipbuilding, Houston, TX Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Mitchell Destroyer Escort Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, WA Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 9 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog 19.5 1192 156
Newman Destroyer Escort Charleston Navy Yard, Charleston, SC Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1432 186
Pride Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Jul 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Reynolds Destroyer Escort Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, WA Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 9 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog 19.5 1192 156
Riddle Destroyer Escort Federal  Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ Oct 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Samuel S Miles Destroyer Escort Federal  Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ Oct 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Swearer Destroyer Escort Federal  Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ Oct 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 8 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Tatum Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1432 186
Thomas Destroyer Escort Dravo Corporation, Wilmington, DE Jul 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Underhill Destroyer Escort Bethlehem Steel, Quincy, MA Oct 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1432 186
Vance Destroyer Escort Brown Engineering & Shipbuilding, Houston, TX Jul 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Waterman Destroyer Escort Western Pipe & Steel Co, San Pedro, CA Jun 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Wesson Destroyer Escort Federal  Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ Oct 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Whitehurst Destroyer Escort Bethlehem Steel, San Francisco, CA Sep 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1432 186
Belfast Frigate Consolidated Steel, Wilmington, CA May 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 40 mm ; 9 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; DC   20 1509 190
Coronado Frigate Consolidated Steel, Wilmington, CA Jun 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 40 mm ; 9 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; DC   20 1509 190
Tacoma Frigate Kaiser Cargo, Inc, Richmond, CA Jul 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 40 mm ; 9 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; DC   20 1509 190
Osmond Ingram Transport Bethlehem Steel, Quincy, MA Feb 1919 4 x 4"; 1 x 3"; 12 x 21" TT 35 1190 139
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Black Prince Light Cruiser Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast Aug 1942 8 x 5.25"; 12 x 1.6"; 6 x 21" TT 3"-1" 32 7410 530
Virago Destroyer Swan Hunter Ltd, Wallsend-on-Tyne Feb 1943 4 x 4.7"; 2 x 40 mm Bofors; 8 x 21" TT   36.75 2545 225
Vampire Submarine Vickers & Armstrong Ltd, Barrow Jul 1943 1 x 3"; 4 x 21" TT 11.25 662 37
Veldt Submarine Vickers & Armstrong Ltd, Barrow Jul 1943 1 x 3"; 4 x 21" TT 11.25 662 37
Premier Escort Carrier Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding, Seattle, WA Mar 1943 2 x 5"; 16 x 40mm; 35 x 20 mm; 24 Aircraft   18 15390 646
Ranee Escort Carrier Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding, Seattle, WA Jun 1943 2 x 5"; 16 x 40mm; 35 x 20 mm; 24 Aircraft   18 15390 646
Speaker Escort Carrier Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding, Seattle, WA Feb 1943 2 x 5"; 16 x 40mm; 35 x 20 mm; 24 Aircraft   18 15390 646
Thane Escort Carrier Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding, Seattle, WA Jul 1943 2 x 5"; 16 x 40mm; 35 x 20 mm; 24 Aircraft   18 15390 646
Berkeley Castle Corvette Barclay, Curle & Co, Glasgow Aug 1943 1 x 4"; 1 squd; 15 DC 16.5 1590 120
Bugloss Corvette John Crown & Sons Ltd, Sunderland Jun 1943 1 x 4"; 40 DC 16.5 1245 109
Carisbrooke Castle Corvette Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Co, Ltd, Dundee Jul 1943 1 x 4"; 1 squd; 15 DC 16.5 1590 120
Kenilworth Castle Corvette Smith's Dock Co, Ltd, South Bank-on-Tees Aug 1943 1 x 4"; 1 squd; 15 DC 16.5 1590 120
Portchester Castle Corvette Swan Hunter Ltd, Wallsend-on-Tyne Jun 1943 1 x 4"; 1 squd; 15 DC 16.5 1590 120
Vanoc Destroyer Escort John Brown & Co, Ltd, Clydebank Jun 1917 2 x 4"; 1 x Hedgehog; 2 x 20 mm; 1 x 3" 24.5 1207 170
Antigua Frigate Walsch-Kaiser, Providence, RI Jul 1943 3 x 3" 50 calibre; 4 x 40 mm (2 x 2); 9 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; DC   20 2238 190
Ascension Frigate Walsch-Kaiser, Providence, RI Aug 1943 3 x 3" 50 calibre; 4 x 40 mm (2 x 2); 9 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; DC   20 2238 190
Braithwaite Frigate Bethlehem Steel Co, Hingham, MA Jul 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1823 186
Cotton Frigate Bethlehem Steel Co, Hingham, MA Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1823 186
Cranstoun Frigate Bethlehem Steel Co, Hingham, MA Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1823 186
Cubitt Frigate Bethlehem Steel Co, Hingham, MA Sep 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1823 186
Curzon Frigate Bethlehem Steel Co, Hingham, MA Sep 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1823 186
Dakins Frigate Bethlehem Steel Co, Hingham, MA Sep 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1823 186
Deane Frigate Bethlehem Steel Co, Hingham, MA Sep 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1823 186
Ekins Frigate Bethlehem Steel Co, Hingham, MA Oct 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1823 186
Halstead Frigate Bethlehem Steel Co, Hingham, MA Oct 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1823 186
Lawford Frigate Boston Navy Yard, Boston, MA Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 9 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 10 DC   19.5 1416 156
Lawson Frigate Boston Navy Yard, Boston, MA Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 9 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 10 DC   19.5 1416 156
Lindsey Frigate Boston Navy Yard, Boston, MA Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 9 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 10 DC   19.5 1416 156
Loring Frigate Boston Navy Yard, Boston, MA Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 9 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 10 DC   19.5 1416 156
Louis Frigate Boston Navy Yard, Boston, MA Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 9 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 10 DC   19.5 1416 156
Pasley Frigate Boston Navy Yard, Boston, MA Aug 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 9 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 10 DC   19.5 1416 156
Redmill Frigate Bethlehem Steel Co, Hingham, MA Oct 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1823 186
Windrush Frigate Henry Robb Shipbuilding, Leith Jun 1943 2 x 4"; 1 x Hedgehog; 150 Mines   20 2180 140
Kilmalcolm Patrol ship Pullman Standard Car Co, Chicago, IL Sep 1943 1 x 3"; 6 x 1.6"; 4 x 0.75"; 1 hedgehog;   14.3 910 96
Kilmarnock Patrol ship Pullman Standard Car Co, Chicago, IL Oct 1943 1 x 3"; 6 x 1.6"; 4 x 0.75"; 1 hedgehog;   14.3 910 96
Kilmartin Patrol ship Pullman Standard Car Co, Chicago, IL Oct 1943 1 x 3"; 6 x 1.6"; 4 x 0.75"; 1 hedgehog;   14.3 910 96
Amethyst Sloop Alex Stephen & Sons, Ltd, Govan May 1943 6 x 4"; 1 x 3"; 110 Mines 20 1880 192
Chance Minesweeper Associated Shipbuilders, Seattle, WA Oct 1942 2 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm Bofors; 8 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; 4 DC projectors; 2 DC racks; 40 DC   18 1250 105
Combatant Minesweeper Associated Shipbuilders, Seattle, WA Nov 1942 2 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm Bofors; 8 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; 4 DC projectors; 2 DC racks; 40 DC   18 1250 105
Larne Minesweeper Lobnitz & Co, Ltd, Renfrew Sep 1943 1 x 4"; 4 x 40 mm Bofors; 40 DC 16.5 1265 138
Persian Minesweeper Redfern Construction Co, Toronto, ON Feb 1943 1 x 4"; 90 DC 16.5 1265 138
Pincher Minesweeper Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast Aug 1943 1 x 4"; 4 x 40 mm Bofors; 40 DC 16.5 1265 138
Postillion Minesweeper Redfern Construction Co, Toronto, ON Mar 1943 1 x 4"; 90 DC 16.5 1265 138
Pylades Minesweeper Savannah Machinery & Foundry, Savannah, GA Sep 1943 2 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm Bofors; 8 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; 4 DC projectors; 2 DC racks; 40 DC   18 1250 105
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Buxton Destroyer Bethlehem Steel Co, Squantum, MA Oct 1918 4 x 4"; 2 x 0.5" AA; 12 x 21" TT 35 1190 146
Chaudiere Destroyer Vickers & Armstrong, Newcastle-on-Tyne Mar 1936 4 x 4.7"; 8 x 21" TT 36 1370 145
Lindsay Corvette Midland Shipbuilding Co, Midland, ON Jun 1943 1 x 4"; 1 x 40 mm pp; 4 x 20 mm; 40 DC; 2 Hedgehogs   16.5 1015 109
Owen Sound Corvette Collingwood Shipbuilding, Collingwood, ON Jun 1943 1 x 4"; 1 x 40 mm pp; 4 x 20 mm; 40 DC; 2 Hedgehogs   16.5 1015 109
Riviere du Loup Corvette Morton Shipbuilding Ltd, Quebec City, QC Jul 1943 1 x 4"; 1 x 40 mm pp; 4 x 20 mm; 40 DC; 2 Hedgehogs   16.5 1015 109
Montreal Frigate Canadian Vickers Co, Montreal, QC Jun 1943 2 x 4"; 1 x Hedgehog; 150 Mines   20 1460 140
Outremont Frigate Morton Shipbuilding Ltd, Quebec City, QC Jul 1943 2 x 4"; 1 x Hedgehog; 150 Mines   20 1460 140
Stormont Frigate Canadian Vickers Co, Montreal, QC Jul 1943 2 x 4"; 1 x Hedgehog; 150 Mines   20 1460 140
Wallaceburg Minesweeper Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co, Port Arthur, ON Dec 1942 1 x 4"; 4 x 40 mm; 40 DC 16.5 980 138
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Gascoyne Frigate Morts Dock, Shipbuilders, Sydney, NSW Feb 1943 2 x 4"; 8 x 20 mm; 150 mines 20 1460 140
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Zwaardvisch Submarine Vickers & Armstrong, Ltd, Barrow-in-Furness Jul 1943 1 x 4"; 11 x 21" TT 15.25 1090 61
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Pipinos Submarine Vickers & Armstrong, Ltd, Barrow-in-Furness Jul 1943 1 x 3"; 4 x 21" TT 11.25 545 37
Kriezis Corvette A & J Inglis Ltd, Glasgow Apr 1940 1 x 4"; 40 DC 16.5 900 109
Tompazis Corvette Fleming & Ferguson Ltd, Shipbuilding, Paisley Apr 1942 1 x 4"; 40 DC 16.5 900 109
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Greenhalgh Destroyer Ilha das Cobras, Rio de Janeiro Jul 1941 4 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 4 x 20 mm; 4 x 21" TT 36.5 1500 190
Marcilio Dias Destroyer Ilha das Cobras, Rio de Janeiro Jul 1940 4 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 4 x 20 mm; 4 x 21" TT 36.5 1500 190
Mariz e Barros Destroyer Ilha das Cobras, Rio de Janeiro Dec 1940 4 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 4 x 20 mm; 4 x 21" TT 36.5 1500 190
Fernandes Vieira Corvette Henrique Lage, Ilha do Viana Oct 1942 2 x 75 mm; 4 x DC 12.5 813 70
Mathias de Albuergue Corvette Henrique Lage, Ilha do Viana Jun 1942 2 x 75 mm; 4 x DC 12.5 813 70

 

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Isuzu Light Cruiser Uraga Dock Co, Ltd, Tokyo Oct 1921 7 x 5.5"; 2 x 3.1"; 1 x 13.2 mm; 8 x 24" TT; 48 Mines; 1 Aircraft 2.5"-1.25" 34.5 5570 450
Asashimo Destroyer Fujinagata Shipyard, Osaka Jul 1943 6 x 5"; 4 x 25 mm; 8 x 24" TT; 36 DC   35 2077 228
I-42 Submarine Kure Naval Dockyard May 1943 1 x 5.5"; 2 x 25 mm; 6 x 21" TT; 1 Aircraft   23.5 2230 101
I-43 Submarine Sasebo Naval Dockyard Oct 1943 1 x 5.5"; 2 x 25 mm; 6 x 21" TT; 1 Aircraft   23.5 2230 101
Ro-41 Submarine Mitsubishi Heavy Metals Industries, Kobe May 1943 1 x 3.1"; 2 x 25 mm; 4 x 21" TT 19.7 960 54
Ro-114 Submarine Kawasaki Dockyard Co, Ltd, Kobe May 1943 2 x 25 mm; 4 x 21" TT 14.2 525 38
Ro-115 Submarine Kawasaki Dockyard Co, Ltd, Kobe May 1943 2 x 25 mm; 4 x 21" TT 14.2 525 38
Kaiyo Carrier Mitsubishi Heavy Metals Industries, Nagasaki Dec 1938 8 x 5"; 24 x 25 mm; 24 Aircraft 23 13600 829
Miyake Escort Asano Shipbuilding Co, Tsurumi, Yokohama Aug 1943 3 x 4.7"; 6 x 25 mm; 120 DC 19.5 940 150
Amakusa Escort Hitachi Kanagawa Shipyard, Sakurajima Sep 1943 3 x 4.7"; 4 x 25 mm; 36 DC 19.7 870 147
Manju Escort Mitsui Tamano Shipyard, Tamano Jul 1943 3 x 4.7"; 4 x 25 mm; 36 DC 19.7 870 147
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U-248 Submarine Krupp Germaniawerft, Kiel Oct 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-249 Submarine Krupp Germaniawerft, Kiel Oct 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-296 Submarine Bremer Vulkan, Bremen-Vegesack Sep 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.6 747 44
U-297 Submarine Bremer Vulkan, Bremen-Vegesack Oct 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.6 747 44
U-318 Submarine Flender-Werke, Lubeck Sep 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.6 747 44
U-370 Submarine Flensburger Schiffsbau, Flensburg Sep 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-397 Submarine Howaldtswerke, Kiel Oct 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-481 Submarine Deutsche Werke AG, Kiel Sep 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-679 Submarine Howaldtswerke, Hamburg Sep 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-721 Submarine HC Stulcken, Hamburg Jul 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-771 Submarine Kriegemarine Werft, Wilhelmshaven Sep 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-792 Submarine Blohm & Voss, Hamburg Sep 1943 2 x 21" TT 26 236 12
U-794 Submarine Krupp Germaniawerft, Kiel Oct 1943 2 x 21" TT 26 236 12
U-863 Submarine Deschimag AG 'Weser', Bremen Jun 1943 1 x 105 mm; 1 x 37 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 6 x 21" TT   19.2 1590 57
U-866 Submarine Deschimag AG 'Weser', Bremen Jul 1943 1 x 105 mm; 1 x 37 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 6 x 21" TT   18.2 1126 49
U-924 Submarine Neptun Werft AG, Rostock Sep 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-1000 Submarine Blohm & Voss, Hamburg Sep 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.6 747 44
U-1001 Submarine Blohm & Voss, Hamburg Oct 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.6 747 44
U-1002 Submarine Blohm & Voss, Hamburg Oct 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.6 747 44
U-1101 Submarine Noorseewerke, Emden Sep 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-1165 Submarine Danziger Werft, Danzig Jul 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.6 747 44
U-1195 Submarine F. Schichau, Danzig Sep 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-1196 Submarine F. Schichau, Danzig Sep 1943 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-1225 Submarine Deutsche Werft AG, Hamburg Jul 1943 1 x 105 mm; 1 x 37 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 6 x 21" TT   18.2 1126 49
U-1226 Submarine Deutsche Werft AG, Hamburg Aug 1943 1 x 105 mm; 1 x 37 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 6 x 21" TT   18.2 1126 49
TA 21 Escort C & TT Pattison, Naples. Sep 1913 5 x 4"; 1 x 40 mm; 2 x 17.7" TT 30 672 74
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Strasbourg Battleship Penhoet Co, St. Nazaire Dec 1936 8 x 13"; 16 x 5.1"; 8 x 37 mm; 32 x 13.2 mm; 2 Aircraft 9.75"-5.75" 29.5 26500 1431

 

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Halsingborg Destroyer Gotaverken Co, Gota Works, Gothenburg Mar 1943 3 x 4.7"; 4 x 40 mm; 3 x 20 mm; 6 x 21" TT; 2 DC throwers; 20 Mines 39 1135 140
U 04 Submarine Kockums Machanical Works Co, Malmo Jun 1943 1 x 20 mm; 4 x 21" TT 13.8 367 23