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24 de outubro de 1944

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Guerra no mar

Submarino alemão U-673 afundado ao norte de Stavanger após colidir com o U-382

Grécia

As tropas britânicas libertam Lamia



O que aconteceu em outubro de 1944

Evento de Interesse

7 de outubro Levante no campo de concentração de Auschwitz-Birkenau, judeus queimam crematórios

Evento de Interesse

Evento de Interesse

9 de outubro O primeiro-ministro britânico Winston Churchill chega à Rússia para conversar com Joseph Stalin

    Ofensiva canadense em West-Zeeuws-Flanders Ocupantes alemães desligam eletricidade em Amsterdã St Louis Cards derrotaram St Louis Browns, 4 jogos a 2 na 41ª World Series Almirante Halsey da Força-Tarefa 30 bombas em Okinawa, 700 morrem Aliados bombardeiam o paredão em Veere Tuvinian República Popular de Tuvinian ou anteriormente Tannu Tuva foi anexado pela URSS

Filme Liberar

11 de outubro & quotLaura & quot dirigido por Otto Preminger estrelado por Gene Tierney e Dana Andrews é lançado em NYC, Nova York

    Exército alemão retira-se de Atenas Riga, capital da Letônia, primeiro exército libertado dos EUA começa a batalha de Aachen, primeira cidade alemã capturada durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial. Tropas aliadas aterrissam em Corfu. ) assume o poder na Hungria. Hungria: Governo digno cai / contagem nazista Szalasi torna-se premier

Evento de Interesse

    Tropas soviéticas invadem a Tchecoslováquia durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial. O primeiro-ministro britânico Winston Churchill retorna de Moscou para Londres. Tropas canadenses libertam a estreia de Aardensburg John Van Druten em NYC. Cleveland, Ohio, explode, 135 morrem, 3.600 sem-teto

'Eu retornarei'

20 de outubro As forças dos EUA sob o comando do general Douglas MacArthur retornam às Filipinas com o desembarque do 6º exército dos EUA em Leyte

Uma estátua nas Filipinas comemorando o retorno prometido do comandante americano Douglas MacArthur na Segunda Guerra Mundial
    Tropas canadenses ocupam Breskens na Segunda Guerra Mundial: tropas americanas capturam Aachen, a 1ª grande cidade alemã a cair na estreia de Walter Piston & quotFugue for a Victory Tune & quot em Nova York exército invade a nau capitânia do vice-almirante Takeo Kurita da Hungria, o cruzador pesado Atago afunda durante a Batalha do Golfo de Leyte

Evento de Interesse

    Rússia e Bulgária assinam pacto de armas 1ª Divisão Blindada Polonesa liberta Breda, Holanda Cabadese 2ª Divisão de Infantaria liberta Goes South-Beveland

Evento de Interesse

30 de outubro A trilha sonora de Aaron Copland & quotAppalachian Spring & quot estreia em Washington, D.C. com o papel principal dançando Martha Graham

Evento de Interesse

30 de outubro Anne Frank é deportada de Auschwitz para Belsen

    Último transporte para Auschwitz chega em Birkenau Escoceses Highlanders libertam Waalwijk Suécia anuncia intenção de permanecer neutro e refugo santuário na Ilha de Tholen (Holanda) libertado durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial Chefe de equipe Kruls nomeia De Quay presidente da Comissão Universal

24 de outubro de 1944 - História

Escort Carrier USS Gambier Bay, Destroyer Escort USS Raymond e outra Destroyer Escort, elementos de Taffy 3, lançando fumaça antes de enfrentar a Força Central Japonesa na Batalha de Samar, 25 de outubro de 1944.

A Batalha de Samar foi uma das batalhas mais estranhas da guerra. Os comandantes americanos após a Batalha do Estreito de Surigão estavam convencidos de que os japoneses não representavam mais uma ameaça significativa e haviam deixado o Estreito de Surigão desprotegido. Uma força japonesa comandada pelo almirante Kurita de quatro navios de guerra, oito cruzadores e onze destróieres conseguiu se esgueirar sem ser detectada. A forte força naval dos EUA, a 3ª frota, que consistia frequentemente de porta-aviões e seis navios de guerra rápidos e seus cruzadores e contratorpedeiros, foram atraídos para o norte em busca da força de porta-aviões japoneses que estavam sendo usados ​​como isca, os japoneses agora não tinham o suficiente aviadores experientes para fazer uso eficaz das transportadoras. Sentada na Baía de Leyte estava uma força de seis transportadores de escolta e contratorpedeiros e contratorpedeiros escoltas que foram deixados para trás para fornecer apoio às tropas no solo. O esquadrão foi comandado pelo Contra-Almirante Sprague.

A coluna japonesa conseguiu chegar com 20 milhas da força americana chamada Taffy 3 antes de ser reconhecida. Os japoneses que pensaram ter tropeçado na principal força de batalha americana imediatamente começaram a disparar suas torres de longo alcance. Gêiseres de água explodiram ao redor dos navios americanos. A força americana, em grande parte sem armadura, não estava equipada para enfrentar uma grande frota de batalha japonesa e Sprague tentou mover sua força para fora do caminho, enquanto ordenava que seus destróieres atacassem com seus torpedos. Os três destróieres Hoel, Heermann e Johnston atacaram nobremente os maiores navios japoneses. O Johnston consegue pousar um torpedo no cruzador pesado japonês Kumano, desativando-o. Os outros navios lutaram bravamente ganhando tempo valioso para o porta-aviões de escolta e os navios japoneses foram forçados a mudar de curso para evitar os ataques. Depois que os destróieres foram afundados pelos japoneses, as escoltas de destróieres ainda menores receberam ordens para atacar. Eles lutaram contra todas as probabilidades. O comandante do Samuel B Roberts que foi afundado escreveu:
Testemunhar a conduta do homem alistado médio a bordo deste navio, com uma média de menos de um ano de serviço, faria qualquer homem ter orgulho de ser americano. A tripulação foi informada pelo sistema de alto-falantes no início da ação da estimativa do C.O. da situação: ou seja, uma luta contra probabilidades esmagadoras das quais a sobrevivência não poderia ser esperada, durante o qual faríamos todos os danos que pudéssemos. Diante desse conhecimento, os homens zelosamente nomearam suas posições e lutaram e trabalharam com tanta calma, coragem e eficiência que nenhuma honra maior poderia ser concebida do que comandar tal grupo.

Enquanto isso, Taffy 3 ordenou todos os seus aviões no ar e para atacar os navios japoneses, independentemente da armadura que eles tivessem a bordo. Um SOS foi enviado para todos os outros navios aliados na área, e enquanto os porta-frotas estavam muito longe para ajudar o Taffy 1 e o Taffy 2, também consistindo de porta-aviões de escolta, estavam perto o suficiente. No total, a Marinha dos Estados Unidos tinha 235 aviões de combate e 143 aeronaves de torpedo para enfrentar os japoneses. Os aviões não estavam equipados com a munição certa e os pilotos foram treinados principalmente para conduzir a guerra anti-submarina. Mas eles continuamente atacaram os navios japoneses com tudo que puderam.

Entre os ataques aéreos e os ataques dos destróieres, os navios japoneses atacantes foram danificados, três cruzadores pesados ​​afundaram, mas antes de Kurita decidir se retirar, eles haviam se arrastado a cerca de 10 milhas dos navios de escolta americanos e estavam disparando um fluxo constante de granadas contra eles. O porta-aviões de escolta respondeu com suas próprias armas de 5 polegadas. O fluxo constante de granadas foi suficiente para afundar dois dos carregadores de escolta que foram afundados na Baía Gambier e no St Lo, mas o resto sobreviveu. Os japoneses nunca chegaram perto dos transportes que ainda estavam descarregando e a força do Karita voltou ao Japão, para nunca mais sair para a batalha. Foi uma vitória cara, 1130 americanos foram mortos ou listados como missão e 913 ficaram feridos.

A última parte da Batalha de Leyte foi a Batalha do Cabo Engano, onde o TF 34 dos EUA encontrou os porta-aviões japoneses. A força americana composta por 10 porta-aviões. Durante um dia inteiro, o americano atacou a força japonesa que tinha poucos aviões para se defender. 527 surtidas conseguiram afundar o porta-aviões Zuikaku, os porta-aviões Chitose e Zuihō e o contratorpedeiro Akizuki. O porta-aviões Chiyoda e o cruzador Tama ficaram paralisados. O que restou da força japonesa voltou mancando para o Japão.


Hoje na História da Segunda Guerra Mundial - 24 de outubro de 1939 e # 038 de 1944

Pilotos do Esquadrão de Torpedo 13 da Marinha dos EUA em sua sala de operações a bordo do porta-aviões Franklin, pouco antes da Batalha do Mar de Sibuyan, durante a Batalha do Golfo de Leyte, em 24 de outubro de 1944 (Arquivos Nacionais dos EUA: 80-G-290733)

75 anos atrás - outubro. 24, 1944: Cinqüenta marinheiros negros são condenados por motim no polêmico caso de Port Chicago após apenas 80 minutos de deliberação, todos os 50 homens recebem sentenças de 15 anos (Leia mais: “O Desastre de Port Chicago - O Julgamento do Motim”).

Off Formosa, sub USS Espiga afunda um navio em um comboio japonês, tendo afundado 5 navios com apenas 9 torpedos, mas Espiga é então afundada por seu próprio torpedo (74 mortos, mas 9 sobrevivem como prisioneiros de guerra, incluindo o capitão Tenente Cdr. Richard O'Kane, que receberá a Medalha de Honra).

Na Batalha do Golfo de Leyte, aeronaves japonesas atacam navios dos EUA em Leyte. Aviões porta-aviões dos EUA abatem 257 aviões japoneses e afundam o navio de guerra japonês Musashi.


24 de outubro de 1944 - História

USS Princeton

A última grande batalha naval do Pacífico ocorreu ao largo de Leyte após o desembarque americano ali. Os japoneses dividiram suas forças em três grupos.

Nas primeiras horas da manhã de 23 de outubro, os submarinos americanos Darter e Dace que afundaram dois cruzadores japoneses e relataram as posições dos navios japoneses enquanto eles cruzavam a passagem de Palawan. Depois de afundar os navios, o Darter encalhou, mas todos os seus tripulantes foram salvos. Agora que a localização dos navios japoneses era conhecida, os porta-aviões americanos lançaram um ataque aéreo. Aviões do Intrepid, Cabot, Essex, Lexington, Franklin e Enterprise lançados pousaram 19 torpedos e 17 bombas no super encouraçado japonês Musashi, que ela afundou. A maior parte do restante das forças japonesas continuou em frente.

Enquanto isso, aviões japoneses de base terrestre atacaram a força de pouso americana. A maioria dos aviões japoneses foi interceptada, mas um conseguiu passar e pousou uma bomba no porta-aviões Princeton. A bomba explodiu abaixo do convés e, eventualmente, lançou torpedos abaixo do convés. Quando a segunda explosão ocorreu, o USS Birmingham estava ao lado e muitos de seus homens foram mortos durante a explosão e o Birmingham foi severamente danificado. O navio foi envolto em chamas, e quando ficou claro que ela não poderia ser salva, a ordem de abandonar o navio foi dada e o cruzador ligeiro Reno disparou torpedos contra ele.

O último confronto de superfície entre navios de guerra na história aconteceu a seguir. Uma força japonesa de dois navios de guerra, cruzadores e destróieres tentou penetrar no Golfo de Leyte através do Estreito de Surigao. Esperando por eles estavam duas forças de destróieres, uma força de cruzadores e seis navios de guerra. Os navios de guerra incluíam uma “frota fantasma” - os navios de guerra americanos que foram danificados em Pearl Harbor. Eles incluíram West Virginia, Maryland, Mississippi, Tennessee, Califórnia e Pensilvânia.

A primeira linha que os japoneses tiveram que cruzar, pois eram os barcos do PT dos EUA. Eles tiveram pouco efeito. Em seguida, uma linha de destróieres disparou uma salva de torpedos. Ambos os navios de guerra foram atingidos, o Yamashiro conseguiu se manter em movimento, mas o Faso foi afundado. Os navios agora enfrentavam a linha de navios de guerra, bem como cruzadores. O USS West Virginia tinha controle avançado de radar para seus canhões e foi o primeiro a atirar nos navios japoneses restantes. O Yamshiro foi afundado assim como um cruzador pesado e três destróieres. Foi a batalha naval mais unilateral da guerra,
com outro dano a um destruidor, a força dos EUA não sofreu danos.


24 de outubro de 1944 - História

Listas de baixas da Marinha Real e Marinhas de Domínio, Guerra Mundial 2
Pesquisado e compilado por Don Kindell, todos os direitos reservados

1º - 31 DE OUTUBRO DE 1944 - na data, pedido de envio / unidade e nome do amp

Editado por Gordon Smith, Naval-History.Net

HMS Caradoc, cruzador leve

(NP / Mark Teadham, clique nas fotos para ampliações)

Notas:

(1) Informações da vítima em ordem - sobrenome, nome, inicial (is), posto e parte do serviço que não seja RN (RNR, RNVR, RFR etc), número do serviço (apenas classificações, também se Domínio ou Marinhas da Índia), (nos livros de outro navio / estabelecimento em terra, O / P & ndash na passagem), Destino

(2) Clique para abreviações

(3) Link para a Comissão de Túmulos de Guerra da Comunidade

(4) Mais informações podem ser encontradas nas Listas de Nomes

Eventos de Segundo Plano - Setembro a dezembro de 1944

Aliados ocidentais cruzam para a Alemanha, campanha Inshore britânica do U-boat, V.2 atinge Londres, Russos alcançam a Europa Oriental, Batalhas do Golfo de Leyte

Domigo, 1 de outubro de 1944

Bhadravati (RIN)

RAFAEL, A (apenas inicial), Engenheiro de Motor 1c, 77211 (RIN), morreu

Caradoc

DURRANT, Ernest A, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 133814, morreu

Cerberus (RAN), acidente

GANNELL, Edwin A, Comissário Principal, 17752 (RAN), morto

Copra, explosão

PITHERS, Reginald A, Tenente Comandante, RNVR, morto

FAA, 828 Sqn, Implacável , acidente aéreo

DOUGLAS, James, Ty / Act / Petty Officer Airman, FAA / FX 86988, morto

Gamtoos

BRAND, Daniel G, Suboficial Cook, 67086 V (SANF), morreu

Hamla (RIN)

JAYPAUL, J (inicial apenas), Stoker 2c, 18864 (RIN), morreu

Júpiter, como POW

PITT, James C, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 162422, morreu

LCA.665

BEBBINGTON, George R, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 326877, DOWS

MTB .360, perda de navio

CHILTON, Arthur S, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 518867, MPK

COOPER, Thomas P, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 326623, MPK

CUMMING, Alexander, telegrafista, D / JX 206782, MPK

ELLIOTT, John, Marinheiro Capaz, D / JX 416531, MPK

GILES, Thomas M, Telegrafista, P / JX 624408, MPK

HOBBS, William P, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 545789, MPK

JAMES, Dennis N, Stoker 1c, P / KX 164552, MPK

KEEM, Clarence C, Ty / Suboficial, C / JX 607977, morto

WILTSHIRE, George E, Ty / Subtenente, RNVR, MPK

Penghambat

TALIB, Bin A T, Marinheiro Capaz, RN (Seção Malaio), morreu

Restigouche (RCN)

HAMILTON, Delmar, Petty Officer Supply, V / 6457 (RCNVR), morreu

RN College Greenwich, explosão

GRIGOR, James MacL, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, (Odisséia), morto

São Jorge, doença

SHEARS, Maurice H, Boy 2c, P / JX 712489, morreu

Atormentador, doença

GILES, Frederick C, Marinheiro Capaz, P / 221174, morreu

Segunda-feira, 2 de outubro de 1944

Ameer , doença

CROOK, Cyril B, Air Fitter (E), FAA / FX 82299, morreu

Dalhousie (RIN)

PHATAK, B (inicial apenas) P, Marinheiro Capaz, 17654 (RIN), morreu

Devon City, doença

NIDD, Herbert T, Ty / Tenente Paymaster, RNR, morreu

Drake, doença

BATESON, John C, principal assistente de enfermaria, D / MX 83951, morreu

FAA, 1843 Sqn, Gannet, acidente aéreo

BAKER, Ivor J, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, MPK

ML.281, afogamento

WOODS, Herbert G, Subtenente, RNVR, morreu

Odisséia

JOHNSON, Arthur, Sinaleiro, C / JX 342517, DOWS

Paradigma, doença

WILLIS, Robert H, Engenheiro Comissário, morreu

Presidente, doença

GOSSAGE, Ralph B, Ato / Capitão, morreu

Santo Ângelo

COLE, Reginald G L, Escritor, C / MX 698188, doença, morreu

MIZZI, Francis G A P D, Marinheiro Capaz, E / JX 583827, morto

Terça, 3 de outubro de 1944

BYMS.2154, mineração

BUTLER, John E, Seaman, RNPS, LT / JX 280226, morto

MIALL, Arthur S, Engenheiro Chefe, RNPS, LT / KX 98760, morto

Eland

HARDAKER, Maurice, Marinheiro Comum, C / JX 355290, DOWS

FAA, 761 Sqn, Argus , acidente aéreo

WHITEHEAD, George H, Ty / Tenente (A), RNVR, morto

FAA, 800 Sqn, Imperador , operações aéreas

WILSON, Keith F, Ty / Act / Subtenente (A), RNVR, MPK

Júpiter, como POW

MOORE, Thomas, Ty / Act / Ty / Stoker Suboficial, D / KX 97330, morreu

PERRYER, Harold J, Artífice Chefe da Sala de Máquinas, D / MX 46556, morreu

ROCKETT, Ronald W, Ordinary Signalman, D / JX 234234, morreu

SHINNER, Raymond C, Stoker 2c, D / KX 98106, morreu

LCT.377, perda de navio

NIMMO, James B, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 316082, MPK

Quarta-feira, 4 de outubro de 1944

Chebogue (RCN), torpedeado

CARL, Charles G, Sinaleiro, V / 54340 (RCNVR), MPK

FISH, George H, Cook, V / 49455 (RCNVR), MPK

GAAL, Joseph, Marinheiro Capaz, V / 31242 (RCNVR), morto

REID, Daniel MacF McL, Marinheiro líder, 3611 (RCN), MPK

SMITH, Larry D, Engine Room Artificer, V / 70453 (RCNVR), MPK

SMITH, Richard A, Stoker, V / 27489 (RCNVR), MPK

STODDART, Charles J, Stoker, V / 59418 (RCNVR), MPK

Drake

LUKE, Ronald, Marinheiro Capaz, D / SR 8641, DOWS

Gâmbia , acidente de viação

PYE, John, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 304168, morto

LCT.377, perda de navio

ADAMS, Bernard E, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 270929, MPK

BAINES, Victor H, Act / Suboficial Wireman, D / MX 102257, MPK

BARBER, Cecil L, Ty / Skipper, RNR, MPK

BRYER, Kerrigan J, Ty / Midshipman, RNVR, MPK

DALTON, James, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 383280, MPK

MARSLAND, Clifford, Ty / Act / Marinheiro líder, D / JX 204170, MPK

MARTIN, Alfred J, Stoker 1c, P / KX 111608, MPK

RAWLING, Eric, Stoker 1c, D / SKX 920, MPK

RIDOUT, William A, Marinheiro Capaz, D / JX 346615, MPK

ROBB, William, Wireman, D / MX 96719, MPK

TAYLOR, Charles W, Mecânico de motor de suboficial, C / MX 68114, MPK

WOODCOCK, Leslie S, Act / Able Seaman, C / JX 374960, MPK

WOODWARD, Harold J H, Marinheiro Capaz, D / JX 364424, MPK

Protetor (RCN)

BURTON, George A, Comandante, RCNR, morreu

Restigouche (RCN)

JEWETT, George S, Suboficial, 2227 (RCN), MPK

Estilhaços

REID, Duncan McK, Tenente Comandante Cirurgião, RNVR, morreu

Quinta-feira, 5 de outubro de 1944

aurora

DODIMEAD, Frederick L, Ty / Corporal, RM, PO / X 2919, morto

Biter , doença

HANCOCK, John G, marinheiro comum, D / JX 570327, morreu

Cornwallis (RCN)

SIGURDSON, John, marinheiro comum, V / 88746 (RCNVR), morreu

Dalhousie (RIN)

KHAN, Zaman, Ordinary Seaman, 19890 (RIN), morreu

FAA, 759 Sqn, Heron, acidente aéreo

ACHESON, Michael E B, Subtenente, morto

Nairana , doença

WIGGERHAM, Herbert L, Ty / Act / Marinheiro líder, RNVR, C / LD / X 2313, DOWS

selvagem

HAYDEN, Percy C, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 444962, MPK

Vitória, doença

SHAW, William, Marinheiro Comum, P / JX 503350, morreu

Sexta-feira, 6 de outubro de 1944

Adamantium, ação inimiga

ADAMS, Dennis J, Tenente, DOW

Afrikander, afogando-se

MILLER, James J, Suboficial Supervisor, C / LX 28006, morreu

Bermudas , doença

SPARHAM, Malcolm H, Ordinary Signalman, D / JX 612284, morreu

Bonito

MARSHALL, James, Stoker, RNPS, LT / KX 160223, MPK

Eaglet, se afogando

ROBERTS, John W, Marinheiro Capaz, D / JX 284771, morreu

Electra, como POW

PACÍFICO, James G E, Marinheiro Capaz, C / SSX 17734, morreu

FAA, 1820 Sqn, Nightjar, acidente aéreo

NEVILLE, Alan E, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, morto

Naden (RCN)

WRAGG, George F, tenente elétrico, RCN, morreu

Ringtail

TURNER, Frank T, Comissário Assistente, C / LX 613540, morto

Divisão RM Plymouth, doença

MAJOR, Cyril H, Ty / Act / Capitão, RM, morreu

Sábado, 7 de outubro de 1944

FAA, 807 Sqn, Caçador , operações aéreas

STEWART, Donald, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, MPK

FAA, 809 Sqn, Perseguidor , operações aéreas

PERRY, Anthony D, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, MPK

LCI (L) .290, ação de superfície amigável

BOUCHER, Frederick G, Marinheiro Capaz, D / JX 367662, morto

ML.1118 (RIN), ataque aéreo amigo

APPACHAN, A (inicial apenas) A, Marinheiro Capaz, 8116 (RIN), morto

GOPAL, Krishan R, Ordinary Signalman, 14176 (RIN), (temporariamente atribuído de ML.1120), morto

JOSHUA, D (inicial apenas), Engenheiro de Motor 1c, 77213 (RIN), (temporariamente atribuído de ML.1120), morto

SEN, S (inicial apenas) K, Subtenente, RINVR, morto

ML.1119 (RIN), ataque aéreo amigo, perda de navio

ABDUL, Majid, Marinheiro Capaz, 13702 (RIN), morto

FERNANDES, R (inicial apenas), Able Seaman, 19621 (RIN), morto

MUHAMMAD, Yusuf, Marinheiro Principal, 4952 (RIN), morto

VED, Prakash, Telegrafista Comum, 9811 (RIN), morto

ML.1299

BURGESS, David K, Stoker, RNPS, LT / KX 154495, DOWS

MMS .106

RAMAGE, John, Signalman, RNPS, LT / JX 204090, DOWS

Vidonia, perda de navio

AYTON, Hugh S, Stoker, RNPS, LT / KX 131759, MPK

DAVIES, Wilfred E, Stoker, RNPS, LT / KX 108142, morto

DICK, John G, Engenheiro, RNR (PS), LT / X 4069 T, ​​MPK

GREGORY, Ivor J, Cook, RNPS, LT / MX 109491, MPK

JARVIS, Edward, Stoker, RNPS, LT / KX 695932, morto

KERRIDGE, Ralph, Suboficial, RNPS, LT / JX 196995, MPK

MACDONALD, Donald J, Seaman, RNPS, LT / JX 400447, MPK

WELTON, Edwin H, Marinheiro Comum, RNPS, LT / JX 662418, MPK

Domigo, 8 de outubro de 1944

Easton

MACKENZIE, James S, Marinheiro Principal, RNR, P / X 20956 A, morreu

FAA, 826 Sqn, Slinger , acidente aéreo

ROSE, Brian W, Ty / Tenente (A), RNVR, morto

Lonsdale (RAN)

HABERSBERGER, Frank C, Electrical Artificer, 16959 (RAN), morto

MGB.642, ação de superfície

PHILLIPS, Patrick, Stoker 1c, P / KX 155244, morto

MMS .1031

VANCE, William G, Seaman, RNPS, LT / JX 532174, DOWS

MTB .727

MCCALLUM, Lothrop, Marinheiro Líder, V / 18126 (RCNVR), morto

Nonsuch (RCN)

SUTHERLAND, Jackson R, Marinheiro Comum, V / 91354 (RCNVR), morreu

Valente

BROWN, John J, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 186338, DOWS

Westminster

BINNS, Arnold, Act / Leading Stoker, P / K 60841, DOWS

Segunda-feira, 9 de outubro de 1944

FAA, 807 Sqn, Cormorant II, acidente aéreo

LITLER, John A, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, MPK

Kongoni

KEMP, George A, Marine, RME 10420, DOWS

Libra, doença

HOLE, William H, Seaman, RNPS, LT / JX 288899, morreu

MTB .467, ação de superfície

JONES, Edward, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 406920, morto

Nilo

COLLINS, William, Ty / Leading Cook (S), C / MX 106613, DOWS

Norfolk

SHEARER, Thomas, Marinheiro Comum, D / JX 568272, DOWS

RM 40 Commando, Albânia

BAIN, James S, Ty / Act / Company Sargento Major, RM, PLY / X 764, morto

HILES, William J, Ty / Act / Capitão, RM, morto

MACPHERSON, Michael S, Ty / Act / Capitão, RM, morto

PRATT, George S, Marine, CH / X 3203, morto

SALT, James V, Marine, PO / X 114584, morto

ST ANGE, William J, Marine, PO / X 114352, morto

Divisão de RM Portsmouth, doença

HAYWOOD, George, Marine, PO / X 104906, morreu

Lula, doença

AMBROSE, James H, Marinheiro Capaz, D / JX 418780, morreu

Terça, 10 de outubro de 1944

Drake

ABBOTT, Albert E, Suboficial Steward, D / LX 22964, DOWS

FAA, 841 Sqn, Implacável , acidente aéreo

MAITLAND, Philip W, Ty / Act / Suboficial Airman, RNVR, FAA / LD / X 5350, MPK

FAA, 1843 Sqn, Gannet, acidente aéreo

MCHAFFIE, Richard J, Ty / Act / Subtenente (A), RNVR, morto

Embarcação de desembarque No.767 (relatado como LCI.767, mas nem LCI (L) .767 nem LCI (S) .767 foram construídos. Possivelmente LCA.767)

MURPHY, Edward J, Marinheiro Principal, D / JX 226840, DOWS

Malayan RNVR

YUSUF, Bin A, Marinheiro Principal, SE / X 83 (Malayan RNVR), MPK

MGB.663, perda de navio

ROWLEY, James, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 369763, MPK

SYKES, Reginald G, Mecânico de motor líder, P / MX 634490, MPK

THACKRAY, George E, Ty / Act / Leading Stoker, C / KX 136197, MPK

Comando RM 40

PINCHER, Ronald, Marine, PLY / X 113394, morto na Albânia

WHITE, Charles H P, Ty / Cabo, RM, CH / X 2124, DOWS na Itália

Quarta-feira, 11 de outubro de 1944

FAA, 800 Sqn, Imperador , operações aéreas

SPENCER, Charles D, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNZNVR, morto

FAA, 804 Sqn, Malagas, acidente aéreo

CARR, Wilfred, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, MPK

FAA, 808 Sqn, Corncrake, acidente aéreo

BROOKES, Alfred C, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, morto

MGB.662, ação de superfície

CLARKE, Alan, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 375105, morto

Pamela, navio a vapor

BRANT, Gerald R, Act / Able Seaman (DEMS), P / JX 556948, (Presidente III, O / P), MPK

QUINN, Francis O, Act / Able Seaman (DEMS), D / JX 346080, (Presidente III, O / P), MPK

Comando RM 41

HAMMOND, James F, Ty / Act / Sergeant, RM, CH / X 104459, DOWS

Saker, acidente aéreo

NEWMAN, Derek, Act / Leading Airman, FAA / FX 705115, morto

Terpsichore

HOLDSWORTH, Jack, Act / Stoker 1c, P / KX 164707, morto

Quinta-feira, 12 de outubro de 1944

Ativo

LAYTON, Peter, Marinheiro Capaz, D / JX 365789, MPK

Júpiter, como POW

LINDSAY, James, Marinheiro Capaz, D / JX 155802, morreu

Marechal Soult

FRYER, James A, Leading Seaman, RNR (PS), LT / X 19892 A, DOWS

ML.1119, ataque aéreo amigo

DONALD, Timothy H, Subtenente, RINVR, DOW

MMS .170, perda de navio

BROWN, Alan R, Seaman, RNPS, LT / JX 202355, MPK

CASEY, Eric A, telegrafista, RNPS, LT / JX 323086, MPK

MACKAY, Ian, Stoker, RNPS, LT / KX 160796, MPK

NOBLE, George W, Engenheiro, RNPS, LT / KX 12673, MPK

SAVAGE, Robert H F, Ty / Tenente, RNVR, MPK

WHEELER, Alfred, Seaman, RNPS, LT / JX 205669, MPK

YOUNG, James S, 2ª mão, RNPS, LT / JX 190165, MPK

Pembroke, acidente

HARDING, Alfred, Assistente de Suprimento, C / MX 122085, morreu

Comando RM 47

NUTTALL, James H, Marine, CH / X 109156, DOWS

Vitória IV

PICKWELL, Claude J, Tenente, RNVR, morreu

Sexta-feira, 13 de outubro de 1944

Dalhousie (RIN)

QADIR, Muhammad, Marinheiro Comum, 73793 (RIN), morreu

FAA, 785 Sqn, Jackdaw, acidente aéreo

MCFEE, James, Ty / Act / Suboficial Airman, FAA / FX 114987, MPK

FAA, 793 Sqn, Goshawk, acidente aéreo

HAYNES, Thomas, Naval Airman 1c, FAA / FX 94574, MPK

(FAA), 9º Unidade Piloto de Voo Avançado, curso RAF, acidente aéreo

WEBBER, Maurice R W, aspirante (A), (arara), morto

Indomável

FRY, Anthony A, mecânico de ar (L) 1c, FAA / FX 114627, DOWS

LCT (A) .2454, perda de navio

CHARMAN, Peter A, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 365848, morto

COCHRANE, Thomas J, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 375555, MPK

COCKING, Harold, Act / Able Seaman, D / JX 421343, MPK

COHEN, Raymond M G, Stoker 1c, P / KX 146460, morto

COTTON, Gordon O, Wireman, D / MX 534797, MPK

HOOD, Leonard W, Ty / Subtenente, RNVR, MPK

MURRAY, Peter McG, marinheiro comum, C / JX 657520, MPK

PENNEY, William C, Stoker 1c, D / KX 163238, MPK

LCT (R) .484, acidente

ROBERTSON, Ewan, Telegrafista, P / JX 342379, morreu

ML.1057

WILSON, Robert W J, Marinheiro Principal, P / JX 160843, MPK

Pembroke

SIMPSON, Hugh, Able Seaman, C / JX 696416, morreu

RM 1ª Brigada AA Pesada

WILLIAMSON, George H, Ty / Act / Sargento, RM, CH / X 192, morto

Comando RM 40

FANTHAM, Maurice, Marine, PO / X 114817, DOWS

RM 5ª Brigada AA

MCKEOWN, John, Ty / Cabo, RM, EX / 5463, morto

Sábado, 14 de outubro de 1944

BYMS.2155, acidente de barco

BOOTH, John A, Ty / Act / Tenente Comandante, RNR, morto

George W Mcknight, navio a vapor

LANG, Eric W, Act / Able Seaman (DEMS), C / JX 335418, (Presidente III, O / P), MPK

MCGUIGAN, Robert N, Ty / Act / Marinheiro Líder (DEMS), C / JX 283173, (Presidente III, O / P), MPK

Magog (RCN), torpedeado

DAVIES, Thomas E, Suboficial, V 22485 (RCNVR), morto

ELLIOTT, Gordon T, Marinheiro Comum, V / 69859 (RCNVR), morto

KELLY, Kenneth J, Able Seaman, V / 47918 (RCNVR), MPK

Paliçada

STANSBIE, Joseph J, Marinheiro Capaz, R / JX 554382, DOWS

Rajah , afogamento

FREER, Harry, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 259471, morreu

Scott, saveiro varredor de minas, afogamento

DANSIE, Charles B, Tenente, morto em tentativa de resgate

EDWARDS, Ronald C, Fuzileiro Naval, CH / X 101993 (RN Naval Party 1503), morto

FLYNN, John J J, Stoker 1c, C / KX 143595, morto

NICHOLSON, John J, Marine, CH / X 106325, morto

PECKITT, Thomas, Ty / Marinheiro Principal, C / SSX 33242, MPK

RICHARDS, Leslie F, Act / Able Seaman, C / JX 548878, morto

WHITMORE, Walter J, Ty / Suboficial, C / JX 144194, morto

Esfinge

SIMPSON, William J, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 427338, DOWS

Tana, doença

HARRISON, Thomas, Cook (S), P / MX 83086, DOWS

Vitória, doença

COOK, Cyril, Ty / Capelão, RNVR, morreu

Unidade Especial Z, Operação de Comando SOE & ldquoRimau & rdquo, segundo ataque de canoa no Porto de Cingapura

DAVIDSON, Donald M N, Tenente Comandante, RNVR (Moreton (RAN)), morto

Domigo, 15 de outubro de 1944

3 Reg. Marítimo, RA

RODDEN, James R, Gunner, RA, 11422066, MPK

Cedric

SLESSOR, James D, Engenheiro, LT / KX 124828, DOWS

Corvo-marinho, doença

FARAGHER, Lawrence H, Act / Commander, RNR, morreu

Lanka, doença

FOSTER, James G, Suboficial da Aeronáutica, morreu

Larne, minado

KEW, Ivor M, Stoker Suboficial, P / KX 75186, morto

MUNRO, William, Stoker 2c, P / KX 638968, morto

MFV.117, perda de navio

BLACK, John W, Act / Leading Stoker, P / KX 103384, MPK

CONNELL, Terence W, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 375243, MPK

FOREMAN, Thomas E, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 426957, MPK

WOODS, Donald C, Stoker 1c, RNPS, LT / KX 160920, MPK

ML.870, perda de navio

CAHILL, Joseph W J, Ty / Tenente, RNVR, morto

EBBUTT, Reginald T, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 316812, morto

MOORE, Norman, Act / Able Seaman, C / JX 573142, DOW

ROGERS, Samuel F, telegrafista comum, RNPS, LT / JX 330191, morto

Odisséia

CAVE, George H, Marine, EX 5137, DOWS

Petronella, navio a vapor

HEALD, Sydney, Ty / Act / Marinheiro Líder (DEMS), D / JX 254383, (Presidente III, O / P), MPK

MANSBRIDGE, John G, Act / Able Seaman (DEMS), C / JX 278302, (Presidente III, O / P), MPK

MATKIN, Richard J, Act / Able Seaman (DEMS), P / JX 399990, (Presidente III, O / P), MPK

Monarquista

HAY, George E, Marine, PO / X 100080, DOWS

Força Naval da África do Sul

WATSON, George, Tenente, SANF, morreu

Segunda-feira, 16 de outubro de 1944

FAA, 1840 Sqn, Sparrowhawk, acidente aéreo

COCKBURN, Hugh, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, morto

Comando RM 48

PUGH, Harold, Marinho, PO / X 112224, DOWS

Terça, 17 de outubro de 1944

Desafio, doença

JONES, Catherine P, WRNS, PLY / WRNS 48234, morreu

FAA, 815 Sqn, Indomável , operações aéreas e acidente

DEARNLEY, Brian P, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, morto

FARMELO, Christopher B, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, morto

JENNER, Kenneth W, Ty / Act / Petty Officer Airman, FAA / FX 90676, morto

FAA, 1834 Sqn, Vitorioso , operações aéreas

CHANDLER, John O, Ty / Tenente (A), RNVR, MPK

FAA, 1836 Sqn, Vitorioso , operações aéreas

HILL, Eric, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, morto

FAA, 1839 Sqn, Indomável , operações aéreas

MACKENZIE, Donald M, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, MPK

Hooghley (RIN)

BANNERJEE, S (inicial apenas) M, Tenente, RINVR, morreu

ML.584, doença

PARKINSON, Joseph H, marinheiro comum, P / JX 427728, morreu

MTB .397

HINKINS, John R, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 397171, morto

MTB .399

YOUNG, Roy G C, Marinheiro Comum, P / JX 429619, DOWS

Rawalpindi, como POW

THOMAS, Ernest W, Fireman, T.124, morreu

Quarta-feira, 18 de outubro de 1944

Allington Castle , perdido ao mar

BARNES, Douglas, marinheiro comum, C / JX 549647, MPK

Atalanta

DORWARD, John, Suboficial, RNVR, R / X 7382 C, DOWS

Frisky

REVILL, John, Fireman, 319177 NAP, MPK

LCT.488, naufragou, estresse do tempo, Lands End, perda de navio, 18º-19º

HOWARD, Edward G, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 387399, MPK

HOWARD, Roy W, Stoker 1c, D / KX 158239, MPK

MCCOLL, James, Act / Able Seaman, D / JX 227963, MPK

LCT.494, naufragou, estresse do tempo, Lands End, perda de navio, 18-19

BAYFORD, Charles, Mecânico de motores líder, C / MX 125979, MPK

BERRY, John D G, Stoker 1c, C / KX 140548, MPK

BUSUTTIL, John J, Act / Able Seaman, C / JX 408048, MPK

DICKINSON, Ronald V, Act / Leading Stoker, P / KX 146595, MPK

DONALDSON, Andrew, Marinheiro Comum, C / JX 409670, MPK

EAGER, Leonard A C, Ty / Act / Marinheiro Líder, C / JX 351717, MPK

ELLINGWORTH, Peter, Ty / Midshipman, RNVR, MPK

FITZSIMON, Barry S, Act / Leading Seaman, P / JX 327463, MPK

FRASER, Alistair, Wireman, D / MX 615703, MPK

GILMOUR, Roland J, Ty / Act / Subtenente, RNZNVR, MPK

HARTLEY, Edward C, marinheiro comum, D / JX 421185, MPK

JAMES, Arthur S, Stoker 1c, D / KX 163293, MPK

KILLINGBACK, Kenneth, Marinheiro Comum, D / JX 640249, MPK

MCCUNNELL, William H, Wireman, D / MX 658129, MPK

MURTS, John, Ty / Tenente, RNVR, MPK

SHIPSTON, John, Telegraphist, C / JX 343262, MPK

SMITH, George, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 351355, MPK

LCT.7014, naufragou, estresse do tempo, Lands End, perda de navio, 18 a 19

DAWSON, Leslie, Leading Stoker, P / KX 116656, MPK

DIXON, Edward G, Stoker 2c, P / KX 526160, MPK

FAIRHEAD, Alan H G, Telegrafista, C / JX 677000, morto

FARRELL, James, Ty / Subtenente, RNVR, MPK

FIRTH, Parker, Marinheiro Principal, P / JX 231331, MPK

HOLT, Jack W, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 416613, MPK

PRATT, Donald W, Stoker 1c, P / KX 162280, MPK

REGAN, James, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 188625, MPK

WESTCOTT, Robert C, Mecânico de motor, C / MX 623901, MPK

LCT.7015, naufragou, estresse do tempo, Lands End, perda de navio, 18-19

CONDICK, Dennis H, Ty / Subtenente, RNVR, morto

CONNOLLY, John, Ordnance Artificer 4c, D / MX 90406, MPK

GERNER, Christian A, Act / Leading Stoker, P / KX 127662, MPK

GLEADALL, Horace, Stoker 1c, P / KX 140446, MPK

HAIGH, Geoffrey J, Marinheiro Capaz, D / JX 362563, MPK

HANNAN, George, telegrafista, C / JX 579916, MPK

HARDAKER, Kenneth, Leading Motor Mechanic, C / MX 691177, MPK

HAVELOCK, Leonard, Marinheiro Capaz, C / JX 372400, MPK

HAYWARD, Humphrey M, Ty / Subtenente, RNVR, MPK

JONES, Park K, Act / Suboficial, P / JX 159796, MPK

KELYNACK, William, Ty / Act / Subtenente, RNVR, MPK

LORIMER, James W, Stoker 1c, P / KX 525156, MPK

ORAM, Bertram W J, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 325605, MPK

POWELL, Rhys W, Wireman, D / MX 619718, MPK

SINGER, Leslie C, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 383916, MPK

TAYLOR, John M, Act / Able Seaman, C / JX 397191, MPK

TONGE, Peter, Act / Able Seaman, C / JX 542284, MPK

WARRINGTON, Clement S, Marinheiro Capaz, P / JX 328995, MPK

LCT.7023

ARCHIBALD, James, Act / Able Seaman, D / JX 367179, MPK

Meadowsweet

RAINFORD, Cyril, Telegraphist, P / JX 634970, DOWS

Quinta-feira, 19 de outubro de 1944

Drake, doença

GILL, Ernest, cozinheiro líder, D / MX 90463, morreu

Elissa

SMITH, Leslie C, Sinaleiro, P / JX 204657, DOWS

FAA, 1844 Sqn, Indomável , operações aéreas

GRINHAM, Dennis F, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, MPK

FAA, 711 Sqn, Jackdaw, acidente aéreo

MABON, John W R, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, DOI,

FAA, 841 Sqn, Implacável , operações aéreas

GOODFELLOW, Richard M, Ty / Tenente (A), RNZNVR, MPK

HALL, George A, Ty / Subtenente (A), RNVR, MPK

Findhorn, navio a vapor

PHILLIPS, Raymond W G, Act / Able Seaman, D / JX 337179, (Presidente III, O / P), MPK

Iroquois (RCN)

COUGHLIN, Clifton R F, Tenente Comandante, RCNVR, morreu

Júpiter, como POW

QUINN, Patrick, Marinheiro Capaz, D / SSX 29386, morreu

LCT.488, naufragou, estresse do tempo, Lands End, perda de navio, 18-19

ARMSTEAD, Stanley, Leading Wireman, D / MX 510022, MPK

BELL, Peter G, Ty / Subtenente, RNZNVR, MPK

COCKBILL, Alfred C, Wireman, D / MX 630047, MPK

GLADMAN, Reginald J, Telegraphist, C / JX 616299, MPK

LONG, Martin, Mecânico de motor de suboficial, C / MX 126648, MPK

THOMAS, Arthur P P, Ty / Subtenente, RNVR, MPK

LCT.491, foundered, stress of weather, Lands End, ship loss, 18th-19th

EDWARDS, Charles J, Able Seaman, P/JX 328647, MPK

Pembroke, illness

RICHARDS, Edgar E, Commissioned Gunner, died

Roberts , illness

WALKER, Gilbert G, Able Seaman, D/JX 563901, died

Sultan, as POW

WATERS, Ronald G M, Act/Petty Officer, D/J 114822, died

Thorough, illness

WINGROVE, Robert H, Able Seaman, P/JX 381946, died

Friday, 20 October 1944

Chaleur II ( RCN )

GRENIER, Joseph O A, Able Seaman, V/3502 (RCNVR), died

Collingwood

SULLIVAN, Arthur S, Leading Sick Berth Attendant, P/MX 73232, DOWS

FAA, 745 Sqn, Seaborn, air crash

BENNETT, John A, Ty/Act/Leading Airman, FAA/FX 606923, killed

BROOKES, Albert D, Ty/Act/Leading Airman, FAA/FX 605894, killed

STANIER, Raymond E, Ty/Act/Leading Airman, FAA/FX 605203, killed

TAYLOR, Henry, Ty/Act/Leading Airman, FAA/FX 614771, killed

Kuttabul II, illness

HAMPTON, Thomas G, Constable, NDP, 775 (NDP), died

Lanka

LANE, George E, Leading Stores Assistant, C/MX 95908, DOWS

LCF.26, ex-LCT.806

HODGKINSON, Thomas, Stoker 1c, P/KX 104606, died

LST.413, drowning

WOODS, Leslie H, Act/Leading Stoker, P/KX 158595, DOW

Pembroke, illness

HAWGOOD, Edwin, Shipwright 1c, C/MX 45751, died

RM 27th Battalion

HIGGIN, Robert M, Marine, PO /X 114835, DOWS

Spartiate

MOIR, John, Able Seaman, P/JX 307044, DOWS

Copra, USN VF Sqn, Officer Training Unit, air crash

STATMAN, Montague, Ty/Act/Sub Lieutenant (A), RNVR, killed

Saturday, 21 October 1944

6 Maritime Regt, RA

BAKER, Maurice, Gunner, RA, 984055, MPK

Austrália (RAN), Kamikaze attack

BAYLEY, Henry B, Lieutenant, RANR (S), killed

BUCKLAND, Max, Able Seaman, PM 6014 (RANR), DOW

CORNISH, Robert J, Act/Leading Seaman, 23732 (RAN), killed

DE LA FONTAINE, Eric S, Able Seaman, PM 4828 (RANR), DOW

DEBENHAM, Ian K, Sub Lieutenant, RANVR, DOW

DECHAINEUX, Frank E V, Captain, RAN, DOW

ELLER, Henry P, Able Seaman, 14621 (RAN), killed

ERWIN, John N, Able Seaman, S 6904 (RANR), DOW

FENTON, Gordon K, Able Seaman, H 2118 (RANR), DOW

GERRETT, Harrie B, Lieutenant Commander, RAN, DOW

GREIG, Graham J, Lieutenant, RAN, DOW

HANSEN, Vincent L, Able Seaman, S 7238 (RANR), DOW

HOCKING, John W, Able Seaman, PM 6289 (RANR), DOW

HOCKING, Ronald, Ordinary Seaman, PA 4406 (RANR), killed

HOOKINS, Richard S, Ordinary Seaman, PM 7168 (RANR), DOW

HUTCHISON, George F, Chief Petty Officer, 13263 (RAN), killed

IRVINE , Raymond, Able Seaman, S 8206 (RANR), MPK

JONES, Ivor M, Lieutenant, RANVR, killed

MAUNSELL, Allan R, Able Seaman, S 5801 (RANR), DOW

MILLER, Francis G, Able Seaman, 18125 (RAN), killed

PARKINSON, Richard J, Able Seaman, PM 2686 (RANR), DOW

PERRIN, Frederick P, Able Seaman, 14288 (RAN), DOW

PITTENDRIGH, Donald, Leading Seaman, F 3746 (RANR), DOW

POTTER, Christopher P, Ordinary Seaman, PM 7170 (RANR), DOW

RATTRAY, Noel A, Able Seaman, 24493 (RAN), killed

RAYMENT, John F, Act/Commander, RAN, DOW

SHARPE, Ronald H, Ordinary Seaman, F 5175 (RANR), DOW

SPURR, Francis F, Able Seaman, S 6949 (RANR), DOW

STEELE, Robert M, Able Seaman, PA 2854 (RANR), DOW

STEPHENSON, Frederick G, Able Seaman, B 3634 (RANR), DOW

Coriolanus, illness

CARPENTER, George E, Seaman, RNPS, LT/JX 437334, died

Daedalus, illness

BIDDLECOMBE, Diana S, WRNS, P/WRNS 4760, died

Pembroke, illness

WILLIAMS, Kenneth E, Leading Motor Mechanic, C/MX 551475, DOWS

Penguin (RAN), illness

OWENS, John E, Lieutenant (E), RAN, died

Rhyl

LAIDLAW, Leslie, Able Seaman, P/JX 624917, MPK

RM 41 Commando, Belgian operations

CARR, Thomas E, Ty/Act/Sergeant, RM, CH/X 103923, killed

HOLT , Harry, Marine, PO /X 111449, killed

PRICE, John A W, Marine, PLY /X 111922, DOWS

St Angelo

SHERBORNE, Gordon P, Corporal, RM, PLY /X 1337, DOWS

Sunday, 22 October 1944

Dalhousie (RIN)

JOSEPH, (None), Cook (S), 19796 (RIN), died

Drake, illness

REA, Basil S, Commander (S), died

Greenwich , illness

PIPE, John A, Commander, died

Impregnable, road accident

KEAST, Maurice J E, Canteen Assistant, C/NX 703999, died

New Waterford ( RCN )

LEWIS, John C L, Paymaster Lieutenant, RCNVR, died

Sphinx, accident

WOOD, Robert W, Able Seaman, P/JX 518370, DOWS

Segunda-feira, 23 October 1944

Banff

FREEMAN, Edward G, Act/Leading Stoker, P/KX 100048, DOWS

Byrsa

SMITH, Robert, Joiner 4c, D/MX 510751, DOW

Daedalus, road accident

DAVIS, Frederick K K, Petty Officer Airman, FAA/FX 76553, killed

atacante

BOND, Albert C, Able Seaman, P/JX 194522, DOWS

Whittington

COCKROFT, John W, Seaman, RNPS, LT/JX 373896, MPK=

Tuesday, 24 October 1944

Divisão de RM Chatham, doença

HALL , Warwick J, Sergeant, RM, CH/14015, died

RN (Malay Section), as POW

ABDUL, Rahman B E, Able Seaman, MN 415 (Malay Section), died

Saunders, illness

HAWKINS, Arthur C, Leading Stoker, C/KX 116955, died

Stoic, surface action

CLOWREY, Frederick P, Able Seaman, D/SSX 21453, MPK

Quarta-feira, 25 October 1944

BYMS.2077, ship loss

BAXANDALE, Edward, Stoker, RNPS, LT/KX 157627, MPK

BREMNER, John W, Seaman, RNPS, LT/JX 170565, MPK

CALL, Frederick J, Ty/Act/Lieutenant Commander, RNR , DOW

CAMPBELL , Andrew D, Stoker, RNPS, LT/KX 527201, MPK

COCKERILL, Victor J, Steward, RNPS, LT/LX 31344, MPK

CURRIE, James, Engineman, RNPS, LT/KX 148979, MPK

DAVIES, John J, Seaman, RNPS, LT/JX 373139, MPK

DERAIMO, Norman P, Stoker, RNPS, LT/KX 154703, MPK

GLEED, Robert G, Ordinary Signalman, RNPS, LT/JX 322654, MPK

GREEN, Alfred W G, Engineman, LT/KX 135857, killed

JAMESON, Henry J, Signalman, RNPS, LT/JX 344525, MPK

JONES, Ivor W, Seaman, RNPS, LT/JX 428513, MPK

MACKIE, James, Engineman, RNPS, LT/KX 114173, MPK

MALLETT, James M, Stoker, RNPS, LT/KX 532617, MPK

PACKWOOD, Harold, Seaman, RNPS, LT/JX 299618, MPK

RUTHERFORD , George, Seaman, RNPS, LT/JX 354943, MPK

SMITH, Horace C, Ty/Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, MPK

SPARKES, Victor M, Engineman, RNPS, LT/KX 124782, MPK

WEBSTER, Frederick J, Stoker, RNPS, LT/KX 156122, MPK

WETHERILL, Samuel, Telegraphist, RNPS, LT/JX 269428, MPK

RM 375th Engineers Detachment

COX , Alfred, Marine, RME 10639, died

Skeena ( RCN ), ship loss

APOSTOLOS, Archie, Steward, V/44615 (RCNVR), killed

BLAIS, Joseph F A, Leading Seaman, V/4777 (RCNVR), MPK

COOK, Desmond B W, Cook (S), V/51070 (RCNVR), killed

DAVIDSON, Gordon, Able Seaman, V/55130 (RCNVR), killed

ELLIS, Melvin N, Able Seaman, V/50983 (RCNVR), killed

GABOUREL, Lloyd A, Able Seaman, V/63956 (RCNVR), killed

HANCOCK, Ralph G, Leading Signalman, V/13220 (RCNVR), killed

JANOS, Joseph F, Able Seaman, 4408 ( RCN ), killed

JOHNSTON, Joseph N, Able Seaman, V/44249 (RCNVR), killed

PRESSNER, Edward J, Steward, V/45330 (RCNVR), killed

SEATH, Richie O, Coder, V/23611 (RCNVR), killed

SILK, James E, Leading Seaman, V/19493 (RCNVR), killed

STEWART, Kenneth W, Able Seaman, V/36475 (RCNVR), killed

UNGER, Abraham, Able Seaman, V/39733 (RCNVR), killed

WATSON, Leonard, Able Seaman, V/46243 (RCNVR), killed

Vatersay, accident

BOSANQUET, Samuel J A, Ty/Lieutenant, RNVR, killed

Thursday, 26 October 1944

BYMS.2006, lost overboard

CLAXTON, Leonard, Ty/Act/Skipper Lieutenant, RNR , killed

FAA, 717 Sqn, Owl, air crash

HIRST, Stanley W, Ty/Sub Lieutenant (A), RNVR, killed

FAA, 828 Sqn, Implacável , air crash

BONE, John W, Ty/Act/Petty Officer Airman, FAA/FX 87060, killed

FAA, 1770 Sqn, Wagtail, air crash

FAIRCLOUGH, James H, Ty/Sub Lieutenant (A), RNVR, killed

KING, Anthony J, Ty/Sub Lieutenant (A), RNVR, killed

FAA, 1771 Sqn, Implacável , operações aéreas

SHAW, Raymond M, Ty/Lieutenant (A), RNZNVR, killed


Jupiter, as POW

SHIELDS, Douglas W, Able Seaman, D/SSX 29267, died

Nile , illness

MONKS, Eva, Leading WRNS, WA/WRNS 32516, died

RM 40 Commando , Greece

MCKENNA, George, Ty/Corporal, RM, EX/3363, DOWS

Royalist

SPICER, Paul G, Marine, PO/X 5232, DOW

Saker (Admiralty Ledger) or Indomitable (CWGC)

LAVINGTON, Walter N, Able Seaman, P/JX 194771 (Saker), illness, DOWS

Stadacona ( RCN )

SAMPSON, Michael C, Petty Officer Stoker, A/871 (RCNR), died

Victory, illness

MOSSCROP, Phillip, Lieutenant, RNVR, died

Friday, 27 October 1944

Argonauta

DUGAY, Douglas F W, Able Seaman, P/JX 625717, DOWS

Copra

FARMER, Andrew, Able Seaman, C/JX 375379, DOWS

FAA, 776 Sqn, Blackcap, air crash

PATON, Robert S, Ty/Sub Lieutenant (A), RNVR, killed

FAA, 1771 Sqn, I mplacable , operações aéreas

WATERS, Samuel A W, Ty/Sub Lieutenant (A), RNVR, MPK

Kestrel, illness

JACKSON, William, Leading Seaman, D/JX 165721, died

Nile , illness

SCOTT, Richard D, Sub Lieutenant, RNVR, died

RM 24th Light AA Reg, illness

MORREY, Fred R, Marine, CH/X 102516, DOWS

RM Deal, illness

VICKERY, Alfred F, Captain, RM, died

Saturday, 28 October 1944

Braganza

COOKE, Frank T, Act/Leading Seaman, P/JX 394307, DOWS

Electra, as POW

PALMER, Charles H, Leading Seaman, C/JX 126168, died

FAA, 811 Sqn, Vindex , operações aéreas

CARR, William E, Ty/Sub Lieutenant (A), RNVR, MPK

WALSH, David L, Ty/Sub Lieutenant (A), RNVR, MPK

FAA, 894 Sqn, Implacável , air crash

BARROW, Edward, Ty/Act/Petty Officer Airman, FAA/FX 91444, killed

Fabius, road accident

WOOD, George W, Marine, PLY /X 1790, died

ML.1239

HAUGHTON, Daniel, Seaman, RNPS, LT/JX 281610, DOWS

RM 47 Commando

ASHCROFT, Victor, Marine, PLY /X 112790, DOWS

Stadacona ( RCN )

RIDDELL, Lyle C, Chief Engine Room Artificer, V/69086 (RCNVR), died

Sunday, 29 October 1944

Barracuda (RIN)

RAM , Das, Motor Engineer 1c, 78046 (RIN), died

Glasgow

SHERMAN, Walter C, Cook (O), P/MX 101180, DOWS

Marechal Soult

SWALLOW, George T, Seaman, RNPS, LT /JX 177602, DOWS

Pallas (French), illness

THORNTON, John R, Seaman, RNPS, LT/JX 410195, died

Tyne , illness

EVANS, Charles H, Warrant Ordnance Officer, died

Segunda-feira, 30 de outubro de 1944

Baron Semple, steamship

BREWSTER, Robert, Act/Able Seaman, P/JX 312945, (President III , O/P), MPK

Consul Shipping Advisor, Iskenderen, illness

JONES, Gerald H L, Act/Captain, RNR , died

Diomede

SHIRLEY, Derrick A, Able Seaman, P/JX 429547, DOWS

Exmouth, illness

HOLMES, Lawrence F, Leading Seaman, RNPS, LT/JX 242876, died

Exponent

MACDONALD, William J, Seaman, RNPS, LT/JX 400176, died

Northney

KELLY, Thomas, Able Seaman, D/JX 312120, illness, died

Seabelle

STEPNEY, John T, Able Seaman, P/JX 516047, illness, died

Swale

HENDERSON, James M, Ordinary Seaman, P/JX 626635, killed

Tuesday, 31 October 1944

Daedalus

DAVIES, Kevin, Naval Airman 2c, FAA/FX 705234, killed

Duque de iorque

DART, William L, Boatswain, illness, died

RM Lympstone

BROWN, George, Marine, PO /X 116050, illness, died

RN (Malay Section)

MUHAMMAD, Bin Q, Stoker, MN 100 (Malay Section), MPK


Today in World War II History—October 24, 1939 & 1944

Pilots of US Navy Torpedo Squadron 13 in their ready room aboard carrier Franklin just before the Battle of the Sibuyan Sea during the Battle of Leyte Gulf, 24 Oct 1944 (US National Archives: 80-G-290733)

75 Years Ago—Oct. 24, 1944: Fifty black sailors are convicted of mutiny in the controversial Port Chicago case after only 80 minutes deliberation, all 50 men are given 15-year sentences (Read more: “The Port Chicago Disaster—The Mutiny Trial” ).

Off Formosa, sub USS Espiga sinks a ship in a Japanese convoy, having sunk 5 ships with only 9 torpedoes, but Espiga is then sunk by her own torpedo (74 killed, but 9 survive as POWs including captain Lt. Cdr. Richard O’Kane, who will receive the Medal of Honor).

In Battle of Leyte Gulf, Japanese aircraft attack US shipping at Leyte US carrier aircraft shoot down 257 Japanese planes and sink Japanese battleship Musashi.


Zambians campaign for independence, 1944-1964

The Federation was dismantled in, and the state of Zambia was officially formed on 24 October 1964.

Although support for the campaign diminished in the mid-1950s, it increased greatly until independence was won.

Database Narrative

In order to strengthen their hold on political and economic power, the white settlers of British-controlled Northern Rhodesia sought to unite the British colonial territories of Northern Rhodesia, Southern Rhodesia, and Nyasaland during the late 1930s and 1940s. This was a response to the growing strength of African organizations (e.g. labor unions) in Northern Rhodesia, a development that prompted white European fears of African social and economic advance. In addition, the white minority of Northern Rhodesia feared the type of influence that black populist countries located north of Northern Rhodesia (e.g. the Belgian Congo and countries in East Africa) might have on white-ruled Northern Rhodesia. Thus, in order to maintain their political influence and economic power over the black majority of Northern Rhodesia, white settlers endeavored to strengthen their ties with white-controlled southern Africa by forming the Central African Federation.

However, black Africans in Northern Rhodesia protested against the prospect of such an amalgamation. Africans in Northern Rhodesia became increasingly afraid of losing land to the Europeans, and in terms of political representation, land ownership, trade union power, and pass-law control, Africans in Southern Rhodesia were less well off than in Northern Rhodesia.

In order to address this issue, black Africans of Northern Rhodesia sought the aid of local tribal chiefs, who were the traditional trustees of tribal land. In 1944, a senior Bemba chief argued against federation in the Northern Provincial Council in order to address his people’s concerns, and increasing numbers of chiefs began to speak out against amalgamation. In addition to the tribal chiefs, the clerks and teachers who sat in the African Representative Council called for the formation of an expressly political body that could better organize for political action against the white settlers. This led to the creation of the Northern Rhodesia Congress in 1948.

As African nationalism continued to grow within the opposition, the Northern Rhodesia Congress was renamed the Northern Rhodesia African National Congress (NRANC) in 1951, with Harry Nkumbula as its president. The Congress’ goal was to prevent the Federation from forming, and through a series of conferences held in Lusaka that brought together chiefs, congress leaders, and trade unionists, opposition leaders organized a Supreme Action Council that would plan and potentially order a mass action.

In March 1953, Congress President Nkumbula burned the British White Paper on Federation and made a national call for noncooperation with the federal government. He called for a two-day ‘national prayer’ that would take place in April, during which no Africans would go to work. However, the British colonial government, mining companies, and other big employers took steps to counter the upcoming general strike. Workers and all daily-paid Africans in the civil service were threatened with instant dismissal if they were to obey Nkumbula’s orders and observe the strike. The government’s tactic of worker intimidation largely succeeded, for African miners (except at Mufulira) and other workers did not observe the strike.

Despite this failure, the Congress took steps to appeal their case to a higher authority. In April 1953, with the signatures of 120 tribal chiefs, the Congress sent a petition to the Queen and to the British Houses of Parliament in London to protest the amalgamation of the territories. They argued that the black African majority of Northern Rhodesia had been excluded from the decision to form a Federation, citing that the vast majority of black Africans were not permitted to vote. However, their appeals went unanswered, and the British Colonial government continued to arrest, persecute, and intimidate leaders of the opposition. In addition, the Central African Federation was formed in August 1953, and popular support for the Congress dwindled.

Despite their failure to prevent the formation for the Federation, Congress leaders and other members of the opposition in Northern Rhodesia continued to challenge the Federation’s legitimacy, and its policy of racial discrimination. Between 1954 and 1958, opposition leaders continued to encourage students, mine workers, and other black Africans to boycott and picket European businesses that discriminated against them and to practice noncooperation with the Federal government. Such boycotts and pickets would bring white businesses to a standstill for weeks, and the colonial government responded with beatings, assaults, and arrests. It also launched an investigation into the Congress, and members of the colonial government sought stronger legislation against boycotting and picketing. In 1955, Congress Secretary-General Kenneth Kaunda and Nkumbula were both jailed for two months for possessing prohibited literature, yet their arrest drew the public’s attention to their organizing efforts and helped create an aura of martyrdom.

It was not until 1958, however, that popular support for Congress was fully revived. Two years of economic distress, (as a result of fallen copper prices), had increased the unemployment rate among black Africans, and had forced many into even greater poverty. In addition, an influx of young leaders into the Congress during this time brought a new, strong, and radical energy to the organization. These young leaders, including Kaunda, Sikota Wina, and Simon Kapwepwe, were committed to the idea of creating an independent African state that would be free of British colonial rule. This nation, they envisioned, would be named Zambia.

However, this vision clashed with the one held by other Congress members, including Nkumbula. In 1958, Nkumbula was in favor of taking part in the elections that would form a new constitution for Northern Rhodesia and allow about 25,000 Africans to vote, while the radicals sought to boycott the election. This division led to a split in Congress and to the formation of the Zambia African National Congress (ZANC), a new party that would be led by Kaunda, Wina, and Kapwepwe.

In 1959, amid spreading rumors that the Nyasaland African Congress was about to launch a ‘murder plot’ against white Europeans, the Federal government declared a state of emergency, banned the ZANC and NRANC, and jailed its leaders. However, these arrests only helped to fuel black African resistance, and prompted demonstrators to turn to property damage for two months. Shop windows were smashed in Lusaka, riots broke out, arson was committed, cars were damaged, and attempts were made to burn down the rest-house used by members of the African Legislative Council. Many people were imprisoned, including Kaunda, but in October of that year the United National Independence Party (UNIP) was also formed. Once he was released from jail in January 1960, Kaunda became the leader of UNIP.

As black African pressure continued to mount in Northern Rhodesia (as well as in Nyasaland), members of the British government began to realize that Northern Rhodesia would need a more rapid constitutional advance if it were to maintain its hold on the region. Pressure from Europeans in Southern Rhodesia, who were supporting the formation of a fully independent Southern Rhodesia, also prompted members of the British parliament to reconsider its stance. In December 1960, British colonial authorities invited Kaunda and other UNIP leaders to a conference in London to discuss the future of the three colonies.

In 1961, the Colonial Office proposed a constitution for Northern Rhodesia that would make possible an African majority in the legislature. However, this proposed constitution was revised after having received pressure from the Federal Prime Minister, Sir Roy Welensky, who feared that the concessions made in the proposed constitution would lead to Northern Rhodesia’s secession from the Federation.

However, this proposed concession and its ultimate revision prompted UNIP to begin a stronger civil disobedience campaign throughout the northern and eastern parts of the region in 1961. Kaunda, who was greatly influenced by the work of Mohandas Gandhi and espoused an ideology of positive nonviolent action, urged campaigners to protest nonviolently. The campaign—which consisted of boycotts, pickets, rallies, roadblocks, and other acts of civil disobedience—was largely nonviolent.

As a result of the campaign, the colonial government revised the constitution once again in 1962, allowing UNIP to participate in the October 1962 elections. After a major election campaign, during which UNIP and Congress leaders traveled throughout the region for local community support, UNIP and the Congress won two-thirds of the total vote between them, thus gaining a majority of government seats. With opposition leaders now in government positions, the Federation was dissolved in 1963.

In early 1964, Northern Rhodesia held another election, which was based on universal adult suffrage. The results of this election gave UNIP a decisive majority win, Kaunda was elected Prime Minister, and Northern Rhodesia was granted full independence on 24 October 1964.


24 October 1944 - History

88th Infantry
Divisão

88th Infantry
Divisão


88th
Infantry
Divisão
Signal Company

The Capture of Verona by the 88th split the German forces in the Po Valley and cut off the main escape route through the Brenner Pass. As they ripped through elements of 17 different German units falling back in confusion before the fury of the Yank attack, towns fell in quick succession to the 88th as it pummeled the Krauts back to the Po River. The 88th swarmed across the Po River barrier in the face of machine gun and SP fire, by bridge, some swimming the stream, others crossing in amphibious assault craft. À frente, ao norte, estavam os objetivos gêmeos do Exército, Verona e Vicenza. (monograph)

História
Constituted in the National Army 5 August 1917 as the 349th Infantry Regiment, assigned to the 88th Division. Organized 30 August 1917 at Camp Dodge, Iowa. Demobilized 12 June 1919 at Camp Dodge. (88th Division demobilized 10 June 1919, relieving components from assignment reorganized in 1921 in the Organized Reserves.) Reconstituted, allotted to the Organized Reserves, assigned to the 88th Division, VII Corps Area, 24 June 1921, and organized in October 1921. Ordered into active military service, less personnel, and organized 15 July 1942 at Camp Gruber, Oklahoma, as an element of the 88th Infantry Division. Inactivated 22 September-7 October 1947 in the vicinity of Livorno, Italy. (Organized Reserves redesignated Organized Reserve Corps in March 1948 redesignated Army Reserve in 1952.)

Campaign Credits
Primeira Guerra Mundial
Alsácia

Segunda Guerra Mundial
Rome-Arno
North-Apennines
Po Valley

Decorações
French Croix de Guerre with Palm embroidered CENTRAL ITALY (Department of the Army General Order 50-43)


Need information on the Lost Battalion in 1944?

Does anyone have information on the Lost Battalion being saved by the 442nd regiment in the fall of 1944 during WW2? Working on National History Day project but I'm having trouble finding primary sources, which I need 20 of.

Re: Need information on the Lost Battalion in 1944?
Rebecca Collier 27.09.2018 13:40 (в ответ на Jaeger Brodersen)

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We searched the series titled World War II Operations Reports, 1940 - 1948 in the Records of the Adjutant General's Office, 1905-1981 (Record Group 407) and located reports of operations and history files of the 36th Infantry Division histories and operation reports of the 141st Infantry Regiment and operation reports and unit journals of the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Battalions of the 141st Infantry Regiment during October 1944. In the same series, we also located histories, operation reports, and journals of the 442nd Infantry Regiment for October 1944.

For access to and copies of these records, please contact the National Archives in College Park - Textual Reference (RDT2) via email at [email protected] .

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