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Parthian (N75)

Built By: Chatham Dockyard (Medway)
Build Group: P
Fate: Lost after striking a mine in southern Adriatic on 6th August 1943.
Parthian (N75)
Parthian (N75)
Parthian
Parthian

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Roll of Honour

Adamson  Telegraphist
Aldred  Able Seaman
Barnsdale  Able Seaman
Bond  Petty Officer
Bullen  Able Seaman
Chalmers  Stoker Petty Officer
Clasper  Stoker 1st Class
Cleary  Leading Seaman
Crane  Petty Officer
Currell  Stoker 1st Class
Denby  Petty Officer
Doran  Able Seaman
Elnor  Stoker 1st Class
Ethell  Leading Telegraphist
Ford  Yeoman of Signals
Forster  Leading Seaman
Gibson  Able Seaman
Gibson  Able Seaman
Gilliam  Stoker 1st Class
Goodwin  Petty Officer
Goodwin  Sub-Lieutenant RNVR
Grainger  Able Seaman
Green  Petty Officer Telegraphist
Hall  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
Hannah  Stoker 1st Class
Hanson  Stoker 1st Class
Haywood  Stoker 1st Class
Heaton  Able Seaman
Heenan  Able Seaman
Hetherington  Able Seaman
Holman  Stoker 1st Class
Imrie  Able Seaman
Jones  Able Seaman
Jones  Stoker 1st Class
Jones  Stoker 2nd Class
Keenan  Petty Officer Cook
Lightfoot  Petty Officer
McCabe  Able Seaman
McCaig  Leading Steward
Nunn  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
Palmer  Telegraphist
Pardoe  Lieutenant RNR
Parker  Able Seaman
Potter  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
Price  Petty Officer
Rumble  Petty Officer
Smithson  Able Seaman
Speed  Able Seaman NZ
Starkey  Ordinary Telegraphist
Stewart  Stoker 1st Class
Sykes  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
Tallis  Leading Stoker
Toogood  Stoker 1st Class
Von Bergen  Lieutenant
Webb  Able Seaman
Weir  Leading Telegraphist
Wheble  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
Whincup  Leading Stoker
Wilson  Leading Seaman
Wolfe  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
Worthington  Stoker 1st Class

Events

30-06-1928 : Laid Down
26-06-1929 : Launched
13-01-1931 : Completed
20-06-1940 : Italian submarine Diamante is sunk by HMS Parthian off Tobruk.
20-07-1940 : HMS Parthian landed an agent on Crete
25-06-1941 : HMS Parthian torpedoes Vichy French submarine Souffleur
06-08-1943 : Mined & sunk in Mediterranean

In July HMS Parthian sailed from Malta for a patrol in the southern Adriatic. On the 26th she was ordered to patrol off Capo Otranto. This order was cancelled on the 28th when a new patrol area was given. The submarine was signalled on 6th August to leave the patrol. This signal was not acknowledged and not further contact was made with the submarine. Parthian was due to arrive at Beirut on 11th August, her failure to do so was probably caused by a mine on or around 6th August.
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