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  HMS Antelope: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
Antelope returned to England with Byng, sailing on July 9 and arriving at Spithead[?] on July 26, where Byng was arrested before being landed on August 19.
Another HMS Antelope, 14, was purchased in 1783, and in 1785 was under the command of Captain S.J. Gambier.
In August 1940, Antelope sailed in convoy to take part in Operation Menace, the raid on Dakar, but after HMS Fiji[?] was torpedoed on September 1, she escorted her back to the Clyde, Scotland.
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 HMS Antelope (H36) Encyclopedia Article @ ChannelsAndNetworks.com (Channels and Networks)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-22)
In February Electra, Antelope sank Tyne in the Displacement.
In August 1940, Antelope sailed in convoy to take part in Achates, the attack on Anthony, but after Spitsbergen was torpedoed on Dakar, 1940, she escorted her back to the Main Page, 1944.
In August 1941, Antelope took part in Norway, an operation that succeeded in destroying the coaling facilities on Scotland, thus denying the coal to the enemy.
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 Hms Antelope (via CobWeb/3.1 planet03.csc.ncsu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-22)
The first '' Antelope '' was built in 1546, rebuilt two times and took part in the fight against the Spanish Armada (1588).
''Antelope'', of 14 guns, was purchased in 1783, and in 1785 was under the command of Captain S. Gambier.
''Antelope'' (H36) was an A-class destroyer built by Hawthorn Leslie.
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'''HMS ''Antelope'' (H36)''' was an A class destroyer A-class destroyer built by Hawthorn Leslie.
In August 1940, ''Antelope'' sailed in convoy to take part in Operation Menace, the raid on Dakar, but after HMS Fiji (58) HMS ''Fiji'' was torpedoed on September 1 1940, she escorted her back to the Clyde, Scotland.
In May 1941, in the chase for the German battleship German battleship Bismarck ''Bismarck'' after the battle of the Denmark Strait, ''Antelope'' searched for survivors from the sinking of HMS Hood (1918) HMS ''Hood'', and later was escort to HMS Victorious (R38) HMS ''Victorious''.
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 Wikinfo | HMS Antelope (H36)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-22)
In August 1940, Antelope sailed in convoy to take part in Operation Menace, the attack on Dakar, but after HMS Fiji was torpedoed on September 1 1940, she escorted her back to the Clyde, Scotland.
In August 1941, Antelope took part in Operation Gauntlet, an operation that succeeded in destroying the coaling facilities on Spitsbergen, thus denying the coal to the enemy.
In 1942 and 1943, Antelope participated in various operations to resupply Malta, including Operation Pedestal in August 1942.
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Antelope was armed with six 3 pound (1.4 kg) guns and manned by a crew of 21.
Another HMS Antelope was an iron paddle-wheel vessel of 1020 tons and 650 horsepower (480 kW).
In May 1941, during in the chase for the German battleship Bismarck in the Denmark Strait, Antelope searched for survivors from the sinking of HMS Hood and was escort to HMS Victorious.
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On June 13, 1940, Antelope collided with Electra">Electra off Trondheim, Norway, and had to return to the Tyne for repair.
In August 1940, Antelope sailed in convoy to take part in Operation Menace, the attack on Dakar, but after Fiji">HMS Fiji was torpedoed on September 1 1940, she escorted her back to the Clyde, Scotland.
In May 1941, in the chase for the German battleship Bismarck">Bismarck after the battle of the Denmark Strait, Antelope searched for survivors from the sinking of Hood">HMS Hood, and later was escort to Victorious">HMS Victorious.
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 HMS Antelope - Wikipedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planet03.csc.ncsu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-22)
Die erste HMS Antelope wurde 1546 als Galeere in Dienst gestellt, 1581 in ein Segelschiff umgebaut, nahm 1688 am Kampf gegen die Spanische Armada teil und wurde 1618 grundlegend erneuert.
Die vierte HMS Antelope, ein Linienschiff fünfter Klasse mit 54 Kanonen, lief 1703 vom Stapel.
Die fünfte HMS Antelope war ebenfalls ein Linienschiff fünfter Klasse mit 54 Kanonen, das 1741 vom Stapel lief und 1783 zum Abwracken verkauft wurde.
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In August 1940, Antelope sailed in convoy to take part in Operation Menace, the raid on Dakar, but after HMS Fiji was torpedoed on September 1 1940, she escorted her back to the Clyde, Scotland.
In May 1941, in the chase for the German battleship Bismarck after the battle of the Denmark Strait, Antelope searched for survivors from the sinking of HMS Hood and was escort to HMS Victorious.
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 HMS Antelope (H36) - Wikipedia
HMS Antelope (H36) war ein Zerstörer der A-Klasse der britischen Royal Navy, der auch im Zweiten Weltkrieg eingesetzt wurde.
HMS Antelope bildete zunächst gemeinsam mit ihren Schwesterschiffen die 3.
Anfang 1943 hatte HMS Antelope dann Nachschubkonvois für die im Rahmen der Operation Torch in Französisch-Nordafrika gelandeten Truppen zu geleiten.
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 HMS Achates ("A" Class Destroyers)
HMS Achates ("A" Class Destroyer) Lost 31st December 1942
October 1942 Into the Atlantic to escort a troop and supply convoy from the UK, met the American section.
H.M.S Sheffield and Jamaica (Admiral Burnett) arrived and chased a heavier force away.
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HMS MAORI Lost 12th Feb 1942 ; F82
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HMS KEMPENFELT (transferred 1939)Lost 10th Nov 1945; HMS SAQUAENAY transferred RCN Early 42,
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 Category:World War II destroyers of the United Kingdom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-22)
World War II destroyers of the United Kingdom includes all destroyers designed, built, or operated by the United Kingdom through to the end of World War II.
The oldest ship in this category is HMS Skate, laid down on January 12, 1916, and the youngest is HMS Delight, which completed on October 9, 1953.
Pages in category "World War II destroyers of the United Kingdom"
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 List of vessels constructed by Cammell Laird shipbuilders
365 V0362 *TEAZER - HMS GUNBOAT (COMPOSITE) 1868 HM GOVERNMENT UK 366 V0363 *OBIDOS PADDLE (IRON -almost certainly) 1867 AMAZON STEAMSHIP CO PARAGUAY
369 V0366 *VANGUARD - HMS TWIN SCREW BATTLE SHIP (IRON CLAD) 1869 HM GOVERNMENT UK -almost certainly) 1868 UNKNOWN (FOR VALPARAISO) UNKNOWN
423 V0420 *MALTA - HMS PADDLE TUG 1875 HM GOVERNMENT UK and NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY CO UK and NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY CO UK MACIVER and CO - LIVERPOOL ?
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