Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by BounceBanana, Jul 26, 2010.
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BBC News - Today - Lost by enemy action
Bit dusty in here this morning...
A number of the crew came from Caithness in the Highlands of Scotland
Memorial will honour lost sailors of the Jervis Bay - John O'Groat Journal and Caithness Courier
Crew casualty list
HMS "Jervis Bay":Convoy HX.84. 5th November 1940 :Casualties: Highland Archives
HMS "Jervis Bay":Convoy HX.84. 5th November 1940:Research by David Bews:Highland Archives
HMS "Jervis Bay":Convoy HX.84. 5th November 1940 :Highland Archives
Brave men who are not forgotten
The story of the Jarvis Bay I always find incredible and very humbling.
I once read a supposed quote of the German captain Krancke straight after the action. I've only ever read it on the Internet... so am rather doubtful of it. Does anyone know if there was quote from him recorded?
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