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Graph (P715)

Built By: Blohm and Voss (Germany)
Build Group: VIIC
Fate:


Lost on 20 March 1944 when she ran aground on the west coast of the Island of Islay, Scotland


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Events

12-05-1940 : Laid Down
20-03-1941 : Launched
01-05-1941 : Commissioned as German U-570, later captured by the British
27-08-1941 : The German submarine U-570 was captured by Britain in the North Atlantic south of Iceland after being damaged by a British aircraft. She was towed to Thorlaks-hafn, Iceland and salvaged.
19-09-1941 : Former U-570 was commissioned into the Royal Navy as HMS Graph
19-09-1941 : Completed
21-10-1942 : While on patrol in the Bay of Biscay, HMS Graph attacks but misses the German submarine U-333 with four torpedoes about 50 nautical miles north-north-east of Cape Ortegal, Spain.
20-03-1944 : Lost when she ran aground on the west coast of the Island of Islay, Scotland


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