Key WWII events - June 1944

Operation Neptune: Naval counterpart of Operation Overlord
Operation Overlord: Allied Normandy Landings
Allied forces capture Rome
American bombing of mainland Japan begins
Soviet forces launch massive summer offensive on the central front
Battle of the Philippines Sea: 'The Great Marianas Turkey Shoot'
First V-1 Missile 'Doodlebug' attack on Great Britain
American landings on Saipan
American forces capture Cherbourg
British counter-attacks at Kohima & Imphal
Japanese convoy routes Saipan-Truk, Saipan-Palau, Saipan-Japan,
Balik Papan-Manila & Takao-Palau (direct) abandoned

Japanese carrier Shokaku

Japanese carrier Shokaku

Axis Jun-44 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 1 0 2 9 11 Battleships 33 17 10 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
0 0 0 0 5 5 Fleet Carriers 12 8 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 4 4 Light Carriers 10 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 2 13 15 Heavy Cruisers 36 16 8 3 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
0 1 0 4 10 14 Light Cruisers 79 28 34 6 2 0 2 2 1 2 0 0 2 0 7
8 0 6 68 60 134 Destroyers 602 349 140 14 44 20 10 0 4 2 4 4 9 2 14
4 0 2 347 46 395 Submarines 509 198 114 17 155 0 0 0 2 13 1 4 4 1 29
0 0 0 0 5 5 Escort Carriers 90 47 40 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0
0 3 3 19 68 90 Escorts 923 313 413 31 12 125 4 1 2 2 5 9 6 0 14
3 0 0 2 0 2 Other 35 21 8 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 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 1 0 5 0
Destroyers 15 8 2 2 0 24 5 16 6
Submarines 3 9 0 4 0 24 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

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Meredith Destroyer Damaged by German mine off Utah Beach, Normandy, during Operation Overlord. Ship was providing gunfire support for the landings on Utah Beach. Ship was severely damaged & was towed to Baie of the Seine to be salvaged later. 35 dead, 15 injured, 163 survivors 07/06/1944. Bombed & sank by German aircraft off Normandy 49.33N 01.06E 09/06/1944
Corry Destroyer Sunk by gunfire from German Marcouf shore battery, off Utah Beach, Normandy, during Operation Overlord. Ship was providing gunfire support for the landings on Utah Beach. Aircraft detailed to lay smoke to protect the ship was shot down, exposing her to the enemy. She was hit by three 210 mm shells in her engineering spaces & jamming her rudder. She circled uncontrolled before losing all steam. Whilst still under fire with her keel broken & a foot wide crack across the main deck she sank, 24 dead, 60 injured 49.30.51N 01.11.30W 06/06/1944
Glennon Destroyer Damaged by German mine, off Utah Beach, Quineville, Normandy, during Operation Overlord. Ship was providing gunfire support for the landings on Utah Beach when she hit a mine blowing off her stern. Attempts to tow her away failed because her starboard propeller was anchored to the bottom. Ship was then abandoned, 25 dead, 38 injured 08/06/1944. 60 men returned to try & re-float her by jettisoning depth charges 09/06/1944. Damaged by gunfire from German shore battery at Quineville, Normandy. Ship was hit by 3 shells & had to be abandoned again. The tide did float her off, but she then rolled over & sank 49.33N 01.06W 10/06/1944
Herring Submarine Sunk by gunfire from Japanese shore batteries Matsuwa Island, Kuriles. Boat was hit twice whilst on the surface on her conning tower & hull & she sank quickly, 80 dead, 0 survivors 48.00N 153.00E 01/06/1944
Golet Submarine Depth charged by Japanese aircraft & warships off northern Honshu, Miya Maru & Bunzan Maru, 82 dead, 0 survivors 41.04N 141.31E 14/06/1944
Rich Destroyer Escort Mined by German mine off Utah Beach, Normandy, during Operation Overlord. She was helping mined American warship Glennon, when she set off a magnetic mine 150' off her starboard side doing little damage. Second magnetic mine then exploded under her keel, blowing 50' of her stern off. Third magnetic mine then exploded forward under her ice-cream room, wrecking the forward part of the ship. Ship was then abandoned & sank, 91 dead, 73 injured 49.31N 01.10W 08/06/1944
Osprey Minesweeper Mined 30 miles NW of Cap d'Antifer, Normandy, during start of Operation Overlord 50.13 01.26W 05/06/1944
Damaged Report
Alabama Battleship Damaged by bomb from Japanese aircraft, during the Battle of the Philippines Sea. 21, dead, 23 injured 19/06/1944. Ship remained operational
Tennessee Battleship Damaged by gunfire from Japanese shore battery, off Saipan, during the Battle oft Saipan. Hit by three 5" shells, one knocked out a 5" twin gun mount starting a fire inside the turret, the second hit her side, whilst the third sprayed the main deck in shell splinters, 8 dead, 25 injured 15/06/1944. ship remained operational. Withdrawn for repair from repair ship Hector at Eniwetok 22/06/1944
California Battleship Damaged by gunfire from Japanese shore battery, during her shore bombardment of Saipan, 1 dead, 9 injured 14/06/1944. Ship remained operational
Maryland Battleship Damaged by torpedo from Japanese Mitsubishi G4M aircraft, off Saipan, in the Pacific Ocean. Ship was hit in the bow on the portside whilst at anchor, blowing a huge hole through her bow 18/06/1944
Davis Destroyer Damaged by German mine at Baie de la Seine, off coast of Normandy, during Operation Overlord. Ship suffered explosion under her port quarter causing serious structural damage & flooding 21/06/1944. Departed after emergency repairs off Normandy for Portland, UK 23/06/1945. Arrived for repair at Charleston, SC 11/08/1944
Nelson Destroyer Damaged by torpedo from German E-boat, off coast of Omaha Beach Normandy, during Operation Overlord, ship was anchored in an anti submarine line when attacked at night, torpedo hit aft blowing off the stern of the ship & her rear most turret, 24 dead, 9 injured 13/06/1944. Towed to Londonderry for temporary repair. Because of her name rumours spread that the British battleship Nelson, also at Normandy had been torpedoed instead
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Durban Cruiser Expended as breakwater at Mulberry harbour, off Arromanche, Normandy, during Operation Overlord 09/06/1944
Boadicea Destroyer Torpedoed by German Ju 88 aircraft, 16 miles SW of Portland Bill, in the English Channel, during Operation Overlord. Ship was escorting merchant ships from Milford Haven to Normandy, when she was hit torpedo in the forward part of the ship. Torpedo detonated ship's magazine, 170 dead, 12 survivors 50.26N 02.34W 13/06/1944
Swift Destroyer Mined off Sword Beech, 5 miles N of Ouistreham, Normandy, during Operation Overland. Ship was providing gunfire support for the landings on Sword Beach. Mine explosion breaking ship in two, 53 dead 24/06/1944
Quail Destroyer Damaged ship capsized under tow between Bari & Taranto, in the Gulf of Taranto 40.05N 17.52E 18/06/1944
Sickle Submarine Lost possibly mined in the Kythera Channel, Greece 14/06/1944
Mourne Frigate Torpedoed by GNAT acoustic homing torpedo German submarine U-767, 40 miles SSW of the Lizard, in the English Channel. Torpedo blows ship's bows off 49.25N 05.30W 15/06/1944
Blackwood Frigate Damaged by GNAT acoustic homing torpedo from German submarine U-764, 23 miles SSE Portland Bill, in the English Channel, during Operation Overlord. Ship was on convoy duty guarding merchant ships on route to Normandy. Bows of ship blown off. She was taken in tow, but sank SE of Portland Harbour, 57 dead 50.04N 02.15W 15/06/1944
Lawford Frigate Bombed by Henschel Hs 293A radio-controlled rocket powered glide bomb from German aircraft, off Gold Beach, Normandy, during Operation Overlord. Ship was serving as an HQ ship when she was attacked. Her back was broken by an internal explosion when the bomb penetrated the ship & exploded, 26 dead 49.23N 00.23W 08/06/1944
Alynbank Auxiliary Anti-Aircraft Sunk as part of Mulberry harbour, off coast of Normandy, during Operation Overlord 09/06/1944
Centurion Targetship Sunk as part of Mulberry harbour, off coast of Normandy, during Operation Overlord 09/06/1944
Damaged Report
Nelson Battleship Damaged by 2 German acoustic mines, during Operation Overlord, in the English Channel during passage to Portsmouth to re-ammunition. Mines caused serious structural damage to the bottom of her hull & flooding forward. With the help of American Rescue Tug ATR 3 she managed to get to Stokes Bay, Gosport for temporary repair 18/06/1944. Arrived for repair at the League Island Navy Yard, Philadelphia 05/07/1944
Scylla Cruiser Damaged by German magnetic mine off Sword Beach, Normandy, during Operation Overlord. Ship was providing gunfire support for the landings on Sword Beach. Mine exploded under her starboard keel, causing extensive damage throughout the ship, cracking turbine casings, knocking out all electric power & disabling ship 49.25N 00.24W 23/06/1944. Towed to Chatham 25/06/1944. Declared constructive total loss at Chatham
Arethusa Cruiser Damaged by German magnetic mine, off coast of Normandy during Operation Overlord, mine exploded in her wake causing extensive internal concussion damage to machinery 25/06/1944. Temporary repair at Portsmouth 30/07/1944
Ulster Destroyer Damaged aground whilst providing support to landings on Gold Beach, Normandy, during Operation Overlord. Ship returned to Portsmouth for inspection 09/06/1944. Inspection at Plymouth revealed ship had lost port propeller & damage to starboard propeller 10/06/1944. Arrived at Cardiff for repair & refit 22/06/1944
Faulknor Destroyer Embarked General Montgomery for passage to Normandy 06/06/1944. Arrived Normandy for Operation Overlord 07/06/1944. Damaged when grounding off Normandy coast, chipped her propellers, damaged hull & lost ASDIC Dome. She was refloated & towed off by American Landing Craft. Departed for temporary repair at Portsmouth 08/06/1944. Withdrawn for repair at Grimsby 08/07/1944
Onslow Destroyer Damaged by torpedo from German aircraft, off Normandy coast, torpedo hit side of ship causing some flooding, but it failed to explode until it had passed astern of the ship 18/06/1944
Montrose Destroyer Damaged by collision with American merchant ship, off coast of Normandy during Operation Overlord, causing serious structural damage 07/06/1944. Constructive total loss
Halstead Frigate Damaged by torpedo by German E-Boat 9, off coast of Normandy, during Operation Overlord. Her bow was blown off, 27 dead 11/06/1944. Constructive total loss. Cannibalised for parts
Fury Destroyer Escort Damaged by German mine off Sword Beach, Normandy taken in tow but broke away in gale & beached 21/06/1944. Constructive total loss
Wrestler Destroyer Escort Damaged by mine off Juno Beach, 20 miles WNW of Le Havre, Normandy, during Operation Overlord. Ship suffers serious structural damage 49.36N 00.28W 06/06/1944. Constructive total loss
Goodson Frigate Damaged by GNAT acoustic homing torpedo from German submarine U-964, 40 miles SE of Start Point, in the English Channel, during Operation Overlord. Ship's stern was blown off 25/06/1944. Constructive total loss
Pink Corvette Damaged by GNAT acoustic homing torpedo from German submarine U-988, ENE of Barfleur, Normandy, during Operation Overlord. Ship's propeller & shaft blown off 29.48N 00.49W 27/06/1944. Constructive total loss 27/07/1944
Warspite Battleship Monitor Damaged by German magnetic mine, off Harwich, in the North Sea, mine knocked out 3 off her propeller shafts & limited her speed reduced to 6.5 knots 13/06/1944
Peterhead Minesweeper Damaged by mine, off coast of Normandy, during Operation Overlord 08/06/1944. Constructive total loss
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Courbet Battleship Sunk as part of Mulberry harbour, off coast of Normandy, during Operation Overlord 09/06/1944
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Sumatra Cruiser Sunk as part of Mulberry harbour, off coast of Normandy, during Operation Overlord 09/06/1944
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Svenner Destroyer Torpedoed by German warships Mowe, Jaguar & T 28 35 miles WNW of Le Havre, during Operation Neptune 49.27N 00.15W 06/06/1944
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Monsone Destroyer Escort Bombed by German aircraft Naples 21/06/1944

 

Axis Losses

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Taiho Carrier Damaged by torpedo from American submarine Albacore, 180 miles NNW of Yap, during the Battle of the Philippine Sea. Ship was hit on her starboard side, flooding her forward elevator & cracking aviation fuel tanks 12.24N 137.20E. Ship filled with gasoline vapour from ruptured tanks which exploded & sank her, 660 dead 12.22N 137.04E 19/06/1944
Shokaku Carrier Damaged by torpedo from American submarine Cavalla, 140 miles N of Yap, Caroline Island, during the Battle of the Philippines Sea 11.40N 137.40E, hit by 3 torpedoes causing extensive flooding & starting fires, ship remains underway, but as fires & flooding spread her boiler rooms have to be shut down, series of massive internal explosions wreck ship & she is abandoned to sink bow first 2 hours 40 minutes after she is first attacked, 1272 dead, 570 survivors 11.50N 137.57E 19/06/1944
Hiyo Carrier Damaged by torpedo from aircraft from American warship Belleau Wood, NW of Yap, during the Battle of the Philippine Sea. Torpedo flooded starboard engine room, but ship continued to steam on her port shaft. Ship had been set on fire & 2 hours after initial attack, there was a tremendous explosion, engulfing her stern in fire. She eventually sank stern first, 247 dead, 1,000+ survivors 15.30N 133.50E 20/06/1944
Kazagkumo Destroyer Torpedoed by American submarine Hake, off Davao Gulf, Mindanao 06.03N 125.57E 08/06/1944
Hayanami Destroyer Torpedoed by American submarine Harder, 35 miles E of Tawi Tawi, Borneo. Ship blew up & sank, 208 dead, 45 survivors 04.43N 120.03E 07/06/1944
Tanikaze Destroyer Torpedoed by American submarine Harder, 90 miles SW of Basilian Island, in Sibutu Passage, 114 dead, 126 survivors 05.42N 120.41E 09/06/1944
Matsukaze Destroyer Torpedoed by American submarine Swordfish, 70 miles SE of Chichijima, Bonin Islands 26.59N 143.13E 09/06/1944
Minazuki Destroyer Torpedoed by American submarine Harder, 150 miles ENE of Tarakan, Celebes Islands 04.05N 119.30E 06/06/1944
Harusame Destroyer Bombed by American North American B-25 Mitchell aircraft, off Dampier Strait, West New Guinea, 74 dead, 11 injured 00.05S 132.45E 08/06/1944
Shiratsuyu Destroyer Collision with Japanese tanker Seiyo Maru, 90 miles SE of Surigao Strait, Philippines Sea. As she sank her depth charges exploded killing many of the crew in the water, 104 dead, 8 injured 09.09N 126.51E 14/06/1944
I-33 Submarine Sunk during diving trials in 180 ft of water, in Iyo Nada. Boat's starboard main induction valve failed to close when she dived. 8 crew members escaped from the conning tower, but only 2 were found alive on the surface. The rest of the crew died of asphyxiation. 102 dead, 2 survivors 13/06/1944
I-52 Submarine Torpedoed by acoustic homing torpedo from Avenger aircraft from American warship Bogue, in the North Atlantic, 850 miles W of Cape Verde Island, in the North Atlantic. Boat had just loaded Naxos radar & 3 German operators from German submarine U-530. Boat also sank with 2 tons of gold, all her crew of 95, 14 passengers & 3 Germans sailors died, 0 survivors 23/06/1944. Intercepted Ultra radio message had informed Allies of U-530 & I-52 rendezvous
I-184 Submarine Depth charges by American Grumman TBF Avenger aircraft from American warship Suwanee, 20 miles SE of Saipan, Mariana Island, during the Battle of the Philippine Sea. Boat was caught on the surface & as she attempted to crash dive to escape she was hit, 96 dead, 0 survivors 13.01N 144.53E 19/06/1944
I-185 Submarine Depth charged by American warship Newcomb, Mariana Island, in the Pacific Ocean, during the Battle for Saipan. Boat was detected by sonar from Newcomb, as she was guarding assault transports heading for Saipan. Depth charges soon brought oil & debris to the surface confirming her sinking, 95 dead, 0 survivors 15.55N 147.09E 22/06/1944
Ro-36 Submarine Depth charged by American warship Melvin, off Saipan, in the Pacific Ocean. Boat was detected on the surface by anti submarine screen for the attacking American Task Force approaching Saipan. Boat crash dived when Melvin opened fire & she was sunk by depth charge attack. 77 dead, 0 survivors 15.21N 147.00E 13/06/1944
Ro-42 Submarine Depth charged & hedgehog attack by American warship Bangust, 40 miles E of Roi, in the Pacific Ocean. Boat had been caught on the surface & crash dived when challenged by light signal. After 8 hours massive underwater explosion & large oil slick signals boats sinking, 73 dead, 0 survivors 10.05N 168.22E 11/06/1944
Ro-44 Submarine Depth charged & hedgehog attack by American warship Burden R Hastings, 110 miles E of Eniwetok, Marshall Islands. Boat was challenged by Aldis lamp whilst on the surface, she crash dived to escape, but was sunk by hedgehog bombs, 72 dead, 0 survivors 11.13N 164.15E 16/06/1944
Ro-111 Submarine Sunk by gunfire & depth charges by American warship Taylor, N of the Admiralty Islands. Detected by sonar on the surface Taylor opens fire, hitting the boat with 5" & 40 mm shell. Boat crash dives to escape & is finished off by depth charges, 54 dead, 0 survivors 00.26N 149.16E 07/06/1944
Ro-114 Submarine Depth charged by American warships Wadleigh & Melvin, 80 miles W of Tinain, in the Mariana Islands, Boat was detected underwater & was sunk by depth charges, 55 dead, 0 survivors 15.02N 144.10E 17/06/1944
Ro-117 Submarine Bombed by American aircraft Consolidated PB4Y-1 Liberator, 350 miles SE of Saipan, in the Pacific Ocean, during the Battle of Saipan. Boat was caught on the surface & sunk by bombs before she could crash dive, 55 dead, 0 survivors 17/06/1944
CD 015 Escort Torpedoed by American submarine Raton, SE of Cape St Jacques, Indo-China 08.58N 109.30E 06/06/1944
CD 024 Escort Torpedoed by American Archerfish, 30 miles W of Iwo Jima, Bonin Island 24.44N 140.20E 28/06/1944
Awaji Escort Torpedoed by American Submarine Guitarro off Yasho Island, Taiwan 22.34N 121.51E 02/06/1944
Otori Torpedo Boat Bombed by aircraft from American warships, 180 miles NW of Saipan, in the Pacific Ocean 17.32N 144.00E 12/06/1944
Tsugaru Minelayer Torpedoed by American submarine Darter, W of Morotai, in the Molucca Sea 02.19N 127.57E 29/06/1944
Damaged Report
Haruna Battleship Damaged by bombs from Curtiss SB2C Helldiver dive bomber aircraft from American warship Cabot, during the Battle of the Philippine Sea, ship's No 4 turret hit by 500 Ibs bomb & damaged by several near misses, flooding from near misses leaks into her power magazine, ship still able to make 27 knots, 15 dead 20/06/1944. Arrived for repair at Saesbo 24/06/1944
Zuikaku Carrier Damaged by bomb from aircraft from American warships, NW of Yap, during the Battle of Philippine Sea. Bomb hit aft of the island & penetrated the flight deck, causing a fire in the hanger. Crew got fire under control & ship retired with surviving Japanese aircraft after battle 20/06/1944
Chiyoda Carrier Damaged by bombs from Curtiss SB2C Helldiver dive bomber aircraft from American warship Cabot, during the Battle of the Philippine Sea, bomb hit her flight deck aft starting a fire, destroying 2 aircraft, fire was quickly extinguished, 20 dead, 30 injured 20/06/1944
Maya Cruiser Damaged by bomb near miss from Curtiss SB2C Helldiver dive bomber aircraft from American warship Cabot, during the Battle of the Philippine Sea. Near miss opened seams causing 120 tons of water to enter the ship 20/06/1944
Shigure Destroyer Damaged by gunfire from American warships, whilst on troop transport duty to Biak. Hit by 2 shells, 7 dead, 15 injured, ship remained operational 08/06/1944
Ro-43 Submarine Damaged when crash diving to escape gunfire & depth charge attack from American warships, off Rota Island, SE of the Marianas. Boat had dived to a least 300', beyond her designed depth limit & she suffered serious structural damage. Boat managed to surface later, but she was unable to submerge again 16/06/1944. Arrives for repair Maizuru 26/06/1944
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Z 24 Destroyer Damaged by gunfire from British warships Tartar, Ashanti, Eskimo & Javelin, Polish warship Blyskawica & Piorum, Canadian warships Huron & Haida off Isle de Bas 09/06/1944. Bombed by British RAF aircraft off Le Verdon ship harbour but then capsized 24/08/1944
Z 32 Destroyer Damaged by gunfire from Canadian warships Hadia & Huron in the Isle de Batz 30 dead 09/06/1944. Bombed by British RAF Beaufighter rocket firing aircraft 24/08/1944
Z 39 Destroyer Damaged by bombs from Soviet aircraft at Revel 23/06/1944
Jaguar Destroyer Bombed by British RAF Lancaster aircraft in Le Havre Harbour 15/06/1944
Falke Destroyer Bombed by British RAF Lancaster aircraft in Le Havre Harbour 15/06/1944
Mowe Destroyer Bombed by British RAF Lancaster aircraft in Le Havre Harbour 15/06/1944
T 31 Destroyer Torpedoed by Russian MTB's off Biorko Island, Gulf of Finland, 105 dead 60.26N 28.17E 19/06/1944
ZH 1 Destroyer Sunk by gunfire from British warships Ashanti, Tartar, Canadian warships Hadia & Huron and Polish warship Blyskawica off Ile de Bas 09/06/1944
U-269 Submarine Damaged by depth charges from British warship Bickerton, in English Channel, SSW of Portland Bill, boat was forced to the surface illuminated by search light & attacked by gunfire, boat almost immediately sank, 13 dead, 39 survivors captured 50.01N 02.59W 25/06/1944
U-316 Submarine Depth charged by British Liberator aircraft NE of the Shetland Islands, 50 dead, 0 survivors 62.03N 01.45E 26/06/1944
U-490 Submarine Depth charged by American warships Croatan, Frost, Huse, & Inch, NW of the Azores, boat was forced to the surface to recharge batteries, boat sank from scuttling whilst under gunfire, 1 dead, 59 survivors captured 42.47N 40.08W 12/06/1944
U-860 Submarine Depth charged, rockets & strafing from 7 Avenger & Wildcat aircraft from American warship Solomons, in the South Atlantic, S of St. Helena, 42 dead, 20 survivors captured 25.27S 05.30W 15/06/1944
U-1225 Submarine Depth charged by Canadian Canso aircraft in the Norwegian Sea, NW of Bergen, boat shot down attacking aircraft, 56 dead, 0 survivors 63.00N 00.50W 24/06/1944
U-505 Submarine Damaged by depth charges from American warship Chatelain. Boat was forced to the surface & strafed by Wildcat aircraft from American warship Guadalcanal, WNW of Cape Blanc off coast of Spanish Sahara. Crew had abandoned boat which was boarded by a party from American warship Pilsbury. Boat was captured made safe & towed to Bermuda, Enigma machine was captured, 1 dead, 59 survivors 21.30N 19.20W 04/06/1944
U-373 Submarine Depth charged by British Liberator aircraft, in the Bay of Biscay, W of Brest, 4 dead, 47 survivors 48.10N 05.31W 08/06/1944
U-441 Submarine Depth Charged by British Liberator aircraft in the English Channel, W of Brest, 51 dead, 0 survivors 48.27N 05.47W 08/06/1944
U-629 Submarine Depth charged by British Liberator aircraft in the English Channel, W of Ushant, boat bow was lifted out of water by explosions & then sank, 51 dead, 0 survivors 48.34N 05.23W 07/06/1944
U-269 Submarine Damaged by depth charges from British warship Bickerton in English Channel, SSW of Portland Bill, boat was forced to the surface illuminated by search light & attacked by gunfire, boat almost immediately sank, 13 dead, 39 survivors captured 50.01N 02.59W 25/06/1944
U-955 Submarine Depth charged by British Sunderland aircraft in the Bay of Biscay, N of Cape Ortegal, aircraft pilot estimated where boat would surface after an earlier attack, boat detected by radar & dropped flares to press home attack, 50 dead, 0 survivors 45.13N 08.30W 07/06/1944
U-423 Submarine Depth charged by Norwegian Catalina aircraft WNW of Alesund, 53 dead, 0 survivors 63.06N 02.05E 17/06/1944
U-715 Submarine Depth charged by Canadian Canso aircraft in the North Atlantic, NE of the Faroes, boat managed to shoot down the attacking aircraft, 36 dead and 16 survivors captured 62.45N 02.59W 13/06/1944
U-970 Submarine Depth charged by British Sunderland aircraft in the Bay of Biscay, W of Bordeaux, 38 dead, 14 survivors 45.15N 04.10W 07/06/1944
U-740 Submarine Missing in the English Channel, 51 dead, 0 survivors 06/06/1944
U-980 Submarine Depth charged by Canadian Catalina aircraft in the North Sea, WNW of Alesund, 52 dead, 0 survivors 63.07N 00.26E 11/06/1944
U-987 Submarine Torpedoed by British submarine Satyr in the Norwegian Sea, W of Bodo, torpedoes breaking boat in 2, 53 dead, 0 survivors 68.01N 05.08W 15/06/1944
U-988 Submarine Damaged by depth charges from British Liberator aircraft boat was then depth charged by British warships Essington, Duckworth, Domett & Cooke in the English Channel, W of Guernsey, 50 dead, 0 survivors 49.37N 03.41W 29/06/1944
U-719 Submarine Depth charged by British warship Bulldog, in the North Atlantic, WNW of Bloody Foreland, 52 dead, 0 survivors 55.33N 11.02E 26/06/1944
U-477 Submarine Depth charged & strafed by Canadian Canso aircraft in the Norwegian Sea, W of Trondheim, 51 dead, 0 survivors 63.59N 01.37E 03/06/1944
U-478 Submarine Depth charged by British Liberator aircraft in the Norwegian Sea, NE of the Faroes, 52 dead, 0 survivors 63.27N 00.50W 30/06/1944
U-1191 Submarine Missing in the English Channel, no explanation 50 dead, 0 survivors 12/06/1944
U-767 Submarine Depth charged by British warships Fame, Inconstant & Havelock, in the English Channel, NW of Les Sept Iles, SW of Guernsey, 49 dead, 1 survivor captured, 49.03N 03.13W 18/06/1944
U-821 Submarine Damaged by strafing by 4 British Mosquito aircraft, crew abandoned boat which was then depth charged by British Liberator aircraft in the Bay of Biscay, NW of Ushant, 50 dead, 1 survivor, 48.31N 05.11W 10/06/1944
U-317 Submarine Depth charged by British Liberator aircraft NE of the Shetlands, 50 dead, 0 survivors 62.03N 01.45E 26/06/1944
TA 16 Torpedo Boat Damaged by British rocket firing Typhoon aircraft 10 miles N of Heraklion ship made it to Heraklion 01/06/1944. Sunk by explosion of ammunition ship SS Gerhard during raid by British aircraft at Heraklion 02/06/1944
TA 25 Destroyer Escort Torpedoed by American PT-boats 8 miles W of Viareggio 43.49N 10.12E 107 dead 21/06/1944
TA 26 Destroyer Escort Torpedoed by American PT-Boats PT 552, PT 558 & PT 559 17 miles W of La Spezia 15/06/1944
TA 27 Destroyer Escort Bombed by American aircraft at Portoferraio, Elba 42.49N 10.20E 09/06/1944
TA 30 Destroyer Escort Torpedoed by American PT-Boats PT 552, PT 558 & PT 559 17 miles W of La Spezia 15/06/1944
M 37 Minesweeper Torpedoed by Soviet MTBs off Narva, Gulf of Finland
M 83 Minesweeper Sunk by gunfire from British warship Ashanti and Polish warship Piorun off Cape de la Hague 14/06/1944
M 103 Minesweeper Bombed by British RAF Beaufighter aircraft off the Ems estuary 53.35N 06.16E 15/06/1944
M 343 Minesweeper Sunk by gunfire from British warship Ashanti and Polish warship Piorun S of Jersey 14/06/1944
M 402 Minesweeper Bombed by British RAF Lancaster & Halifax aircraft at Boulogne 15/06/1944
M 507 Minesweeper Bombed by British RAF Lancaster & Halifax aircraft at Boulogne 15/06/1944
M 546 Minesweeper Bombed by Canadian Lancaster aircraft at Boulogne 17/06/1944
M 550 Minesweeper Bombed by British RAF Lancaster & Halifax aircraft at Boulogne 15/06/1944
Damaged Report
TA 22 Destroyer Damaged by American rocket firing fighter-bombers off Trieste 25/06/1944. Not repaired
U-155 Submarine Damaged by bombs from British Mosquito aircraft, 2 dead 7 injured, as submarine was approaching Lorient 23/06/1944
U-212 Submarine Damaged by strafing from 2 British Mosquito aircraft, boat caught on surface damage to diving tanks & 37 mm gun, in English Channel off Cherbourg 07/06/1944
U-270 Submarine Damaged by depth charges & strafing from British Leigh Light Wellington aircraft, in the North Atlantic, boat illuminated on the surface & attacked 13/06/1944
U-275 Submarine Damaged by depth charges from American Liberator aircraft, in the western entrance to the English Channel 18/06/1944
U-290 Submarine Damaged by depth charges & strafing from Norwegian Mosquito aircraft off the coast of Norway, boat dived & escaped, 2 crew members left dead in the water, 8 injured, 14/06/1944
U-413 Submarine Damaged by depth charges from British Halifax aircraft, in the Bay of Biscay, boat's port engine damaged 08/06/1944
U-415 Submarine Damaged by depth charges from British Wellington aircraft in the Bay of Biscay, 07/06/1944
U-853 Submarine Damaged by strafing by 2 Wildcat aircraft from American warship Croatan in the North Atlantic, 2 dead 12 injured, 17/06/1944
U-866 Submarine Damaged by bombs from British aircraft at Bremen 24/06/1944
U-963 Submarine Damaged by depth charges from British Liberator aircraft in the Bay of Biscay, NW of Ushant 07/06/1944
U-989 Submarine Damaged by depth charges from Canadian Wellington aircraft in the Bay of Biscay 07/06/1944
U-995 Submarine Damaged by depth charges from British Sunderland aircraft in the Norwegian Sea 21/06/1944
U-998 Submarine Damaged by depth charges from Norwegian Mosquito aircraft in the Norwegian Sea, N of the Shetlands 16/06/1944
M 133 Minesweeper Damaged by torpedo by British MTBs 727 & 748 SW of Jersey 18/06/1944. Not repaired
M 412 Minesweeper Damaged by gunfire from British warship Ashanti and Polish warship Piorun S of Jersey 14/06/1944. Not repaired
M 538 Minesweeper Damaged by bombs from Soviet aircraft off Viborg ship towed to Konigsberg laid up not repaired 21/06/1944
Croatia flag Lost Report
T 7 Torpedo Boat Damaged by gunfire from British MTBs 662, 659 & 670. Ship beached & abandoned on Murter Island 24/07/1944

 

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
Missouri Battleship New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, NY Jan 1944 9 x 16"; 20 x 5"; 80 x 40 mm; 49 x 20mm; 3 aircraft 13"-6" 32.5 48110 1921
Alaska Battlecruiser New York Shipbuilding Co, Camden, NJ Aug 1943 9 x 12"; 12 x 5"; 56 x 40 mm; 34 x 20 mm 9"-5" 33 30255 1517
Franklin Fleet Carrier Newport News Shipbuilding Co, Newport, VA Oct 1943 12 x 5"; 32 x 40 mm; 46 x 20 mm; 91 aircraft 4"-2.5" 32.7 27208 2682
Pasadena Light Cruiser Bethlehem Steel, Quincy, MA Dec 1943 12 x 6"; 12 x 5"; 28 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 4 aircraft 5"-3.5" 32.5 11931 1285
Vicksburg Light Cruiser Newport News Shipbuilding Co, Newport, VA Dec 1943 12 x 6"; 12 x 5"; 28 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 4 aircraft 5"-3.5" 32.5 11931 1285
Haynsworth Destroyer FederalĀ  Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ Apr 1944 6 x 5"; 12 x 40 mm; 11 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   36.5 2610 336
Hyman Destroyer Union Iron Works, Bath, ME Apr 1944 6 x 5"; 12 x 40 mm; 11 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   36.5 2610 336
Jarvis Destroyer Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Co. Seattle, WA Feb 1944 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
John Hood Destroyer Gulf Shipbuiding Co, Chickasaw, AL Oct 1943 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
Maddox Destroyer Union Iron Works, Bath, ME Mar 1944 6 x 5"; 12 x 40 mm; 11 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   36.5 2610 336
Osmond Ingram Destroyer Bethlehem Steel, Quincy, MA Feb 1919 4 x 4"; 1 x 3"; 12 x 21" TT 35 1190 139
Porter Destroyer Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Co. Seattle, WA Mar 1944 5 x 5"; 4 x 1.1"; 6 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   38 2325 273
Samuel N Moore Destroyer Bethlehem Steel, Staten Island, NY Feb 1944 6 x 5"; 12 x 40 mm; 11 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   36.5 2610 336
Waldron Destroyer FederalĀ  Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ Mar 1944 6 x 5"; 12 x 40 mm; 11 x 20mm; 10 x 21" TT   36.5 2610 336
Atule Submarine Portsmouth Navy Yard, Portsmouth, NH Mar 1944 1 x 5"; 1 x 40 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 10 x 21" TT   20.25 1525 80
Bergall Submarine Electric Boat Co, Groton, CT Dec 1943 1 x 5"; 1 x 40 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 10 x 21" TT   20.25 1525 80
Besugo Submarine Electric Boat Co, Groton, CT Feb 1944 1 x 5"; 1 x 40 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 10 x 21" TT   20.25 1525 80
Escolar Submarine William Cramp & Sons, Philadelphia, PA Apr 1943 1 x 5"; 1 x 40 mm; 2 x 0.5"; 10 x 21" TT   20.25 1525 80
Icefish Submarine Manitowoc Shipbuilding, Manatowoc, WI Feb 1944 1 x 5"; 1 x 40 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 10 x 21" TT   20.25 1525 80
Sea Dog Submarine Portsmouth Navy Yard, Portsmouth, NH Mar 1944 1 x 5"; 1 x 40 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 10 x 21" TT   20.25 1525 80
Sea Fox Submarine Portsmouth Navy Yard, Portsmouth, NH Mar 1944 1 x 5"; 1 x 40 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 10 x 21" TT   20.25 1525 80
Spikefish Submarine Portsmouth Navy Yard, Portsmouth, NH Apr 1944 1 x 5"; 1 x 40 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 10 x 21" TT   20.25 1525 80
Admiralty Island Escort Carrier Henry J. Kaiser Co, Inc, Vancouver, WA May 1944 1 x 5"; 8 x 40 mm; 12 x 20 mm AA; 27 aircraft   19 8188 860
Attu Escort Carrier Henry J. Kaiser Co, Inc, Vancouver, WA May 1944 1 x 5"; 8 x 40 mm; 12 x 20 mm AA; 27 aircraft   19 8188 860
Bougainville Escort Carrier Henry J. Kaiser Co, Inc, Vancouver, WA May 1944 1 x 5"; 8 x 40 mm; 12 x 20 mm AA; 27 aircraft   19 8188 860
Hollandia Escort Carrier Henry J. Kaiser Co, Inc, Vancouver, WA Apr 1944 1 x 5"; 8 x 40 mm; 12 x 20 mm AA; 27 aircraft   19 8188 860
Kwajalein Escort Carrier Henry J. Kaiser Co, Inc, Vancouver, WA May 1944 1 x 5"; 8 x 40 mm; 12 x 20 mm AA; 27 aircraft   19 8188 860
Matanikau Escort Carrier Henry J. Kaiser Co, Inc, Vancouver, WA May 1944 1 x 5"; 8 x 40 mm; 12 x 20 mm AA; 27 aircraft   19 8188 860
Bright Destroyer Escort Western Pipe & Steel Co, San Pedro, CA Sep 1943 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Buckley Destroyer Escort Bethlehem Steel, Hingham, MA Jan 1943 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1432 186
Clarence L Evans Destroyer Escort Dravo Corporation, Wilmington, DE Mar 1944 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Damon M Cummings Destroyer Escort Bethlehem Steel, San Francisco, CA Apr 1944 3 x 3"; 4 x 1.1"; 8 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 2 x 21" TT   23 1432 186
Day Destroyer Escort Philadelphia Navy Yard, Philadelphia, PA Oct 1943 2 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT 23 1430 156
Gentry Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Feb 1944 2 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT 23 1430 156
Holt Destroyer Escort Defoe Shipbuilding, Bay City, MI Feb 1944 2 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT 23 1430 156
Key Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Feb 1944 2 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT 23 1430 156
Leland E Thomas Destroyer Escort Brown Engineering & Shipbuilding, Houston, TX Feb 1944 2 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT 23 1430 156
Maurice J Manuel Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Feb 1944 2 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT 23 1430 156
Oliver Mitchell Destroyer Escort Brown Engineering & Shipbuilding, Houston, TX Feb 1944 2 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT 23 1430 156
Oswald Destroyer Escort Tampa Shipbuilding & Engineering Co, Tampa, FL Apr 1944 3 x 3"; 2 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT   21 1253 186
Peiffer Destroyer Escort Bethlehem Steel, Hingham, MA Jan 1944 2 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT 23 1430 156
Robert F Keller Destroyer Escort Brown Engineering & Shipbuilding, Houston, TX Feb 1944 2 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT 23 1430 156
Thomas F Nickel Destroyer Escort Bethlehem Steel, Hingham, MA Jan 1944 2 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT 23 1430 156
Tinsman Destroyer Escort Bethlehem Steel, Hingham, MA Jan 1944 2 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT 23 1430 156
Traw Destroyer Escort Consolidated Steel, Orange, TX Feb 1944 2 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT 23 1430 156
William Seiverling Destroyer Escort FederalĀ  Shipbuilding, Kearny, NJ Mar 1944 2 x 5"; 4 x 40 mm; 10 x 20 mm; 1 Hedgehog; 3 x 21" TT 23 1430 156
british flag Class Builder Launched Armament Armour Speed Tons Crew
Swiftsure Light Cruiser Vickers & Armstrong Ltd, Newcastle Feb 1943 9 x 6"; 10 x 4"; 16 x 1.6" pp; 6 x 21" TT 3.5"-3.25" 31.5 11480 960
Myngs Destroyer Vickers & Armstrong Ltd, Newcastle May 1943 4 x 4.5"; 2 x 40 mm Bofors; 8 x 21" TT 36.75 2575 222
Sea Scout Submarine Cammell Laird, Birkenhead Mar 1944 1 x 4"; 6 x 21" TT 14.75 814 48
Tiptoe Submarine Vickers & Armstrong Ltd, Barrow Feb 1944 1 x 4"; 11 x 21" TT 15.25 1327 61
Urtica Submarine Vickers & Armstrong Ltd, Barrow Mar 1944 1 x 3"; 4 x 21" TT 11.25 662 37
Vulpine Submarine Vickers & Armstrong Ltd, Newcastle Dec 1943 1 x 3"; 4 x 21" TT 11.25 662 37
Allington Castle Corvette Fleming & Ferguson Shipbuilding, Paisley Feb 1944 1 x 4"; 1 squd; 15 DC 16.5 1590 120
Hurst Castle Corvette Caledon Shipbuilding Co, Ltd, Dundee Feb 1944 1 x 4"; 1 squd; 15 DC 16.5 1590 120
Launceston Castle Corvette Blyth Shipbuilding, Blyth Nov 1943 1 x 4"; 1 squd; 15 DC 16.5 1590 120
Pevensey Castle Corvette Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast Jan 1944 1 x 4"; 1 squd; 15 DC 16.5 1590 120
Loch Craggie Frigate Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast May 1944 1 x 4"; 4 x 2 pdr; 2 squd; 15 DC 19.5 2260 114
Loch Dunvegan Frigate Charles Hill & Sons Ltd, Bristol Mar 1944 1 x 4"; 4 x 2 pdr; 2 squd; 15 DC 19.5 2260 114
Zanzibar Frigate Walsch-Kaiser, Providence, RI Nov 1943 3 x 3" 50 calibre; 4 x 40 mm (2 x 2); 9 x 20 mm; 1 x Hedgehog; DC   20 2238 190
Seabear Minesweeper Redfern Construction Co, Toronto, ON Nov 1943 1 x 4"; 90 DC 16.5 1265 138
Thisbe Minesweeper Redfern Construction Co, Toronto, ON Apr 1943 1 x 4"; 90 DC 16.5 1265 138
free France flag Class Builder Launched Armament Armour Speed Tons Crew
Doris Submarine Vickers & Armstrong, Ltd, Barrow-in-Furness May 1944 1 x 3"; 4 x 21" TT 11.25 545 33
soviet flag Class Builder Launched Armament Armour Speed Tons Crew
M 119 Submarine Krasnaya Sormovo Yard, Gorki Jun 1941 1 x 45 mm; 4 x 21" TT 13.5 210 20
V 01 Submarine Chatham Royal Dockyard, Chatham Sep 1936 1 x 3"; 6 x 21" TT; 6 mines 15 670 39
V 02 Submarine Vickers & Armstrong, Ltd, Barrow-in-Furness Nov 1941 1 x 3"; 4 x 21" TT 11.25 540 33
V 03 Submarine Vickers & Armstrong, Ltd, Barrow-in-Furness Nov 1941 1 x 3"; 4 x 21" TT 11.25 540 33
V 04 Submarine Vickers & Armstrong, Ltd, Barrow-in-Furness Feb 1938 1 x 3"; 6 x 21" TT; 6 mines 11.25 540 27
canada flag Class Builder Launched Armament Armour Speed Tons Crew
Mansfield Destroyer Bath Union Iron Works, Bath, ME Oct 1918 4 x 4"; 12 x 21" TT 35 1090 146
Arnprior Corvette Harland & Wolff, Ltd, Belfast Feb 1944 1 x 4"; 1 Squid; 15 DC 16.5 1060 120
Asbestos Corvette Morton Shipbuilding Ltd, Quebec City, QC Nov 1943 1 x 4"; 40 DC 16.5 900 109
Hawkesbury Corvette Morton Shipbuilding Ltd, Quebec City, QC Nov 1943 1 x 4"; 1 x 40 mm pp; 4 x 20 mm; 40 DC; 2 Hedgehogs   16.5 1015 109
Huntsville Corvette Ailsa Shipbuilding, Troon Feb 1944 1 x 4"; 1 Squid; 15 DC 16.5 1060 120
Kincardine Corvette Smith's Dock Co, South Bank-on-Tees Jan 1944 1 x 4"; 1 Squid; 15 DC 16.5 1060 120
Peterborough Corvette Kingston Shipbuilding Company, Kingston, ON Jan 1944 1 x 4"; 40 DC 16.5 900 109
Petrolia Corvette Harland & Wolff, Ltd, Belfast Feb 1944 1 x 4"; 1 Squid; 15 DC 16.5 1060 120
Tillsonberg Corvette Ferguson Bros, Ltd, Glasgow Feb 1944 1 x 4"; 1 Squid; 15 DC 16.5 1060 120
Whitby Corvette Midland Shipbuilding Co, Midland, ON Sep 1943 1 x 4"; 1 x 40 mm pp; 4 x 20 mm; 40 DC; 2 Hedgehogs   16.5 1015 109
Annan Frigate Hall, Russell & Co, Aberdeen Dec 1943 2 x 4"; 1 x Hedgehog; 150 Mines   20 1460 140
Eastview Frigate Canadian Vickers Co, Montreal, QC Nov 1943 2 x 4"; 1 x 3"; 8 x 20 mm; 150 mines 20 1460 140
Joliette Frigate Morton Shipbuilding Ltd, Quebec City, QC Nov 1943 2 x 4"; 1 x 3"; 8 x 20 mm; 150 mines 20 1460 140
Kokanee Frigate Canadian Yarrow Ltd, Esquimault, BC Nov 1943 2 x 4"; 1 x 3"; 8 x 20 mm; 150 mines 20 1460 140
Lasalle Frigate GT Davie Shipbuilding & Repairing, Lauzon, QC Nov 1943 2 x 4"; 1 x 3"; 8 x 20 mm; 150 mines 20 1460 140
Nene Frigate Smith's Dock Co, South Bank-on-Tees Dec 1942 2 x 4"; 1 x Hedgehog; 150 Mines   20 1460 140
Runnymede Frigate Canadian Vickers Co, Montreal, QC Nov 1943 2 x 4"; 1 x 3"; 8 x 20 mm; 150 mines 20 1460 140
Middlesex Minesweeper Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co, Port Arthur, ON May 1943 1 x 4"; 4 x 40 mm; 40 DC 16.5 980 138
australia flag Class Builder Launched Armament Armour Speed Tons Crew
Burdekin Frigate Walkers Ltd,. Maryborough, QD Jun 1943 2 x 4"; 8 x 20 mm; 150 mines 20 1460 140

 

Axis Commissioned

japan flag Class Builder Launched Armament Armour Speed Tons Crew
Ioshima Light Cruiser Harima Co, Harima Oct 1931 6 x 5"; 6 x 76 mm; 4 x 21" TT 1" 22.2 2500 340
Yasoshima Light Cruiser Kiangnan Dock Co, Shanghai Sep 1935 3 x 5"; 20 x 25 mm; 4 x 21" TT 1" 22.2 2500 340
I-56 Submarine Yokosuka Naval Dockyard Jun 1943 4 x Kaiten; 6 x 21" TT 17.7 2140 101
I-364 Submarine Mitsubishi Heavy Metals Industries, Kobe 1 x 5.5"; 2 x 25 mm; 1 x Landing Craft; 82 tons cargo 13 1440 60
Matsu Destroyer Escort Maizuru Naval Dockyard Feb 1944 3 x 5"; 24 x 25 mm; 4 x 24" TT; 60 DC   27.8 1262 150
Momo Destroyer Escort Maizuru Naval Dockyard Mar 1944 3 x 5"; 24 x 25 mm; 4 x 24" TT; 60 DC   27.8 1262 150
Take Destroyer Escort Yokosuka Naval Dockyard Mar 1944 3 x 5"; 24 x 25 mm; 4 x 24" TT; 60 DC   27.8 1262 150
Ume Destroyer Escort Fujinagata Shipyard, Osaka Apr 1944 3 x 5"; 24 x 25 mm; 4 x 24" TT; 60 DC   27.8 1262 150
Yashiro Escort Hitachi Kanagawa Shipyard, Sakurajima Feb 1944 3 x 4.7"; 6 x 25 mm; 120 DC 19.5 940 150
Hiburi Escort Hitachi Kanagawa Shipyard, Sakurajima Apr 1944 3 x 4.7"; 6 x 25 mm; 120 DC 19.5 940 150
CD 032 Escort Mitsubishi Heavy Metals Industries, Nagasaki May 1944 2 x 4.7"; 6 x 25 mm; 120 DC 17.5 740 160
german flag Class Builder Launched Armament Armour Speed Tons Crew
T 33 Destroyer Schichau Yard, Elbing Sep 1943 4 x 4.1"; 4 x 37 mm; 12 x 20 mm; 6 x 21" TT   32.5 1294 206
TA 31 Destroyer Odero-Terni-Orlande, Sestri Ponente, Genoa Sep 1930 4 x 4.7"; 2 x 40 mm; 4 x 13.2 mm; 6 x 21" TT; 54 Mines 30 1205 185
U-326 Submarine Flender-Werke, Lubeck Apr 1944 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.6 747 44
U-828 Submarine F. Schichau, Danzig Mar 1944 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.6 747 44
U-927 Submarine Neptun Werft AG, Rostock May 1944 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-1022 Submarine Blohm & Voss, Hamburg Apr 1944 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.6 747 44
U-1023 Submarine Blohm & Voss, Hamburg May 1944 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.6 747 44
U-1024 Submarine Blohm & Voss, Hamburg May 1944 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.6 747 44
U-1058 Submarine Krupp Germaniawerft, Kiel Apr 1944 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-1105 Submarine Nordseewerke, Emden Apr 1944 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.6 747 44
U-1132 Submarine Howaldtswerke, Kiel Apr 1944 1 x 88 mm; 1 x 20 mm; 5 x 21" TT   17.9 749 44
U-2321 Submarine Deutsche Werft AG, Hamburg Apr 1944 2 x 21" TT 15 230 14
U-2501 Submarine Blohm & Voss, Hamburg May 1944 4 x 30 mm; 6 x 21" TT; 12 Mines 15.5 1595 53

 

Neutral Commissioned

sweden flag Class Builder Launched Armament Armour Speed Tons Crew
U 05 Submarine Kockums Machanical Works Co, Malmo Jul 1943 1 x 20 mm; 4 x 21" TT 13.8 367 23
U 06 Submarine Kockums Machanical Works Co, Malmo Aug 1943 1 x 20 mm; 4 x 21" TT 13.8 367 23
U 07 Submarine Kockums Machanical Works Co, Malmo Nov 1943 1 x 20 mm; 4 x 21" TT 13.8 367 23