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Apr 04, · Sink the Haguro! The Last Destroyer Action of the Second World War Paperback – /5(2). Group RAF 26th Destroyer Flotilla Squadron action stations Admiral Sir Admiral Walker aircraft Allied Andaman attack Avengers battle battleship boiler room bombs bridge Captain Power Car Nicobar carriers Ceylon close coast Colombo Commander Commodore convoy course crew Cumberland damage East Indies Fleet Eastern Fleet echo Emperor enemy 4/5(2). while there is not enough space to detail this action it can be read in 'John Wintons' book called 'Sink the Haguro' when six British navey ships rolf-luettecke.comez, Vigilant, Venus, Verulam,Volage &. This html article is produced from an uncorrected text file through optical character recognition. Prior to articles all text has been corrected, but from to the present most still remain uncorrected. Artifacts of the scans are misspellings, out-of-context footnotes and sidebars, and other inconsistencies.
May 16, · The Haguro, firing as she went, was slowed when a torpedo from the destroyer HMS Saumarez hit her. She was then hit again by a second torpedo from HMS Vigilant and sank later that night, bow first, some 55 kilometres short of Penang. The destroyer Kamikaze escaped. Fewer than survivors were pulled from the choppy seas the next morning. Buy Sink the "Haguro"!: Last Destroyer Action of the Second World War 1st Edition by John Winton (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on 5/5(5). Haguro (羽黒) was a Myōkō-class heavy cruiser of the Imperial Japanese Navy, named after Mount Haguro in Yamagata rolf-luettecke.comsioned in , Haguro saw significant service during World War II, participating in nine naval rolf-luettecke.com was sunk in during a fight with Royal Navy destroyers, one of the last major Japanese warships to be sunk in open waters during World War rolf-luettecke.comft carried: 2 × floatplanes. Books shelved as world-war-ii-pacific-theater-naval: Then There Was One: The U. S. S. Enterprise And The First Year Of The War by Eugene Burns, Mission B.
May 15, · The Battle of Malacca Strait is acclaimed as one of the finest sinkings of a heavy ship by destroyers alone, when five British destroyers engaged and sank the Japanese heavy cruiser "Haguro. The Battle of the Malacca Strait, sometimes called the Sinking of Haguro, and in Japanese sources as the Battle off Penang (ペナン沖海戦), was a naval battle that resulted from the British search-and-destroy operation in May , called Operation Dukedom, that resulted in the sinking of the Japanese cruiser rolf-luettecke.comon: Strait of Malacca. Get this from a library! Sink the Haguro!: the last destroyer action of the Second World War. [John Winton]. Jun 04, · Winton, John Sink the Haguro!The Last Destroyer Action of the Second World War. London: Seeley, Service & Co, Excellent accounts of the battle including a Haguro survivor`s side of the action. No Quarter Asked - None Given.