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Crew list for H.M.S Violet

History of the corvette H.M.S Violet

Ships that have carried the name Violet

U-651 (June 1941),

The Nailsea Manor (Sept 1941),

U-641 (Jan 1944)

North Atlantic Convoys ( D.Mountain)

Running Aground (Jan.1942) (D.Mountain),

Freetown (Oct. 1943) (T.Farnsworth)

H.M.S. "VIOLET" CROSSES THE LINE (March 1945)

Death on Board - (May 1945) (J.Green, S. Wilkes, R. Worsman)

Air sea Rescue Duties off the Cocos Islands (Sept 1945) (E.Coulson)

Pictures From Violet

Pictures From Lagos

Pictures During Commisioning (1940)

Contact Us


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Heritage Centre.
In 1942 the town of Ulverston in Cumbria adopted H.M.S. Violet.
A model, painting and a complete record of the ships movements, 1940-1946, along with a list of all the crew that served on her and other memorabilia are located in at
Ulverston Council Offices

Flower Class Corvette Association Home Page

Forces Reunited Home Page provides a contact point for people wishing to contact friends who were in the armed forces.

U-BOAT network provides information about the U-Boats in WWII as well as information about allied shipping.

HCMS Sackville (K181) the last surviving Flower Class Corvette. Canada's Naval memorial.

HMCS Sackville (K181) Photographic tour.

Videos

World of Warships #20 - Flower Class Corvettes