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C34

Built By: Chatham Dockyard (Medway)
Build Group: C
Fate: On 17th July 1917 Submarine C34 was on the surface to the east of Fair Isle, in position 59 degrees 30 minutes North 0 degrees 05 minutes
West, when she was torpedoed by the German Submarine U-52 (Walther Hans).

The only survivor was Sto1 Frank Scoble O/N K22307 Frank Scoble was rescued by U-52 and taken Prisoner of War. He is understood to have returned home after the War.

Roll of Honour

C H Dawe  Leading Signalman
A Edwards  Able Seaman
R T Gee  Able Seaman
F J Head  Petty Officer
I S Jefferson  Lieutenant
R A Keith  Petty Officer Stoker
H W Mansfield  Leading Seaman
W E Maynard  Able Seaman
C McLaren  Telegraphist
T S Moore  Sub-Lieutenant
H Moss  Telegraphist
W G Playford  Stoker 1st Class
WMJ Roser  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
H B Sillick  Chief Engine Room Artificer 2nd Class
G W Stringer  Leading Seaman MiD
J Tagg  Able Seaman
G E Tiller  Mate RNR
F Worrell  Leading Stoker

 

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Events

29-03-1909 : Laid Down
08-06-1910 : Launched
17-09-1910 : Completed
17-03-1913 : The Battle Cruiser HMS Invincible and Submarine C34 were involved in s collision. No other details currently available.
17-07-1917 : Lost, torpedoed by U52 off the Shetlands. The only survivor was Sto1 Frank Scoble who was rescued by U-52 and taken Prisoner of War.


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