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1915 - 1949: Titania (F32)

Built By: Upper Clyde Shipbuilders (Clyde)
Fate: Scrapped Faslane September 1949
Titania
Titania
Titania
Titania

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Pennant Numbers

  • 7C (Jan 1916)
  • AC (Jan 1918)

HMS Titania was building as a civil vessel, but was purchased in 1915 and converted to a submarine depot ship.

Titania completed conversion to a depot ship in November, 1915 and started with the Eleventh Submarine Flotilla, serving the submarines of the Eleventh Submarine Flotilla at Blyth 1915-1918 as they supported the Grand Fleet.

At the end of 1920, she was serving as flagship of the China Submarine Flotilla.

Roll of Honour

Name Rank Number Hons Age
Clint, Robert  Stoker 1st Class  K 24229    
Reported to have died 17/04/1918. It is understood that he committed suicide by jumping overboard whilst temporarily lost his mind.

Events

04-03-1915 : Launched
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