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On This Day - December 01

158The Chatham ChestThe first attempt to organize welfare provision for Royal Navy seamen was established - the Chatham Chest.
Contributions were deducted from sailors pay and placed in the chest, which had five different locks, the keys being held by five officers, in a (not very successful) attempt to avoid corruption, with sums disbursed to seamen in distressed circumstances
1881886 - 1921: ForthLaid down
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191E37Lieutenant Commander Robert Fellowes Chisholm had sailed from Harwich in company with E54 (Lieutenant Commander Robert Raikes). It is thought that E37 was lost in a minefield off Orford Ness.
191M4Laid Down
191R9Laid Down
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191R12Laid Down
193Swordfish (N61)Laid Down
194Regent (N41)HMS Regent torpedoes and damages the Italian merchant Enrico about 10 nautical miles south-east of Marettimo island, Italy.
194Ursula (N59)HMS Ursula sinks the Italian auxiliary submarine chaser V 135/Togo with scuttling charges some 15 miles south of Cape Mele, Corsica, France.
194Sickle (P224)Completed
194Sturdy (P248)HMS Sturdy sinks a Japanese vessel with gunfire in Makassar Strait.
194Supreme (P252)HMS Supreme sinks a Japanese sailing vessel with gunfire of the Andaman Islands.
194Vortex (P87)Completed
198Turbulent (S87)Launched

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