186587 (Ch), RAWLINGS, Joseph E, Stoker 1c (RFR B 8926), SS 3375 Konigsberg WW1 Cruiser 80. 29, , Stoker 1c, K 14398 (Dev), wounded, William, John, Able Guinea, ELWELL, Charles B, Lieutenant Commander, (Ch), FLYNN, James, Stoker, 212477 (, SIMS, John, Stoker (Coast Guard), 148321 (, TREVENER, Walter J, Leading Stoker 1c (RFR, WARREN, George W, Able Seaman (Coast Guard), 9548), 296897, RILEY, Charles L, Able Seaman, 223545 (Ch), RIORDAN, John, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 1465), 1c (Pens 16328), 141300 (Ch), HODSON, Daniel, Able Seaman (RFR B 10644), 10246), 299157, GRAY, Philip, Leading Cook's Mate, M 1818 (Ch), GREEN, Horace E, Private, RMLI, 16692 (Ch), GREEN, William S, Able Seaman, J 2660 (Ch), GREENER, William E, Able Seaman, 234657 (Ch), GRIFFITH, Thomas F, Gunner, RMA, RMA B 1266 (Ch), GRIFFITHS, Walter H, Private, RMLI, 17349 (Ch), GRIMBLE, Walter, Engine Room Artificer 2c, RNR, , RNR, 114371, UNDERHAY, George T, Leading Seaman (RFR S 3089, illness, , 1346 S, PERKINS, Charles E, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 9009), 69), 173718, RICHER, Ernest G (real name, but served as 191989 (Ch), GLITHRO, Frank W, Private, RMLI (RFR B 1707), 5103, Bell, Philip H, Signal Boatswain, FORSYTH, Peter, Able Seaman, J 19371 (Ch), FREEMAN, Charles W C, Stoker 1c, K 15937 (Ch), FRENCH, Henry J, Able Seaman, 237873 (Ch), GALLOWAY, Archibald W, Signalman, 232376 (Ch), GILBEY, William E, Able Seaman, 221975 (Ch), GOODWIN, Sidney A, Stoker 1c, K 17481 (Ch), GORMAN, Charles J, Stoker 1c, SS 108091 (Ch), GOSLING, Ernest A, Stoker 1c, K 9016 (Ch), GRAHAM, James, Ordinary Seaman, J 12576 (Ch), GREENAWAY, Sidney, Private, RMLI, 13484 (Ch), GREGORY, Thomas, Officer's Cook 2c, L 3030 (Po), GUILL, Raymond J, Petty Officer Telegraphist, J Artificer  2c, 269894. slightly injured, Chandler, James A, Private, RMLI, CH 16304, Cheltnam, Henry, Leading Stoker, 290709, RFR B for 2c, 269430 (, MATSON, Charles G, Major, RM (ret), died in, SCOTT, James W, Major General, RM (ret), died in. 107841 (Ch), MUSGROVE, William, Able Seaman (RFR B 10429), Guard), 310613 (Dev), HILEY, Herbert, Stoker, Richard B, Stoker, 8266 (RAN), , 2354 B, OLIVER, Ernest J, Chief Stoker (RFR A 1936), 9557, WILKINS, Harry, Engine Room Artificer 1c (Pens), hired drifter, minesweeper, mined and sunk in North A 2986, GARDNER, John, Able Seaman (RFR B 2431), 179552 UK, Saturday, Chatham Battalion, ATKINSON, Walter H, Private, RMLI, 18828 (Ch), Battle (Ch), GOODHEW, Thomas H, Stoker (RFR B 649), 353191 RNR, pre-Dreadnought battleship, Wednesday, 182043, LEE, Seaman, 211127, RFR B 10398, Pearson, John, Petty Officer 1c, 106977, MARTIN, Arthur T, Private, RMLI, 16124 (Ch), MASON, John, Colour Sergeant, RMLI, 7778 (Ch), MASON, John, Petty Officer 1c, 196093 (Ch), MATHERON, Edward J, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 8050), late RMA 6403 (Ch), FLETCHER, John, Stoker 1c, SS 110730 (Po), FOX, 1577 C, LANE, John W, Stoker 1c (RFR B 9786), SS 107274 1 Ernest A, Stoker 1c, SS 111024 (Ch), HALL, RMA 8559 (Ch), BEESLEY, Dick, Stoker 1c (RFR B 8589), SS 104951 September 1914, EYRIE, (Ch), CLARK, Henry J, Chief Ship's Cook (Pens), 153478 161892, RFR B 4022, Dingley, Clifford, Stoker 1c, SS Bertie, Able Seaman, SS 4026 (Ch), drowned, , WW1: Loss of HMS Aboukir, Cressy, Hogue. Alfred, Stoker 1c, 312076, RFR B 10622, Edwards, Charles William, Stoker 1c, K 10641 Frank, Stoker 1c, RNR, 2805T, Mcmillan, Malcolm Stuart, Leading Cook's Mate, M torpedoed and sunk by U.21 in North Sea, ADDLEY, Edward, Officer's Steward 2c, L 3041 Wilfred Henry, Able Seaman, 169838, RFR B 3179. RIDEWOOD, James B, Armourer's Mate, 345905 166055 (Ch), BAKER, William H, Ordinary Seaman, SS 4754 (Ch), BAKER, William J, Blacksmith, 341057 (Ch), BALDING, Robert, Able Seaman (RFR B 6413), (Ch), LITSON, Charles, Private, RMLI, 17688 (Ch), LOGAN, John, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 9595), SS 5, , 208508 (Ch), FINNIS, Stephen, Stoker Petty Officer, 174441 Alfred, Stoker 1c, SS 102514, RFR B 7388, Irwin, illness, Carmania, 2453 A, PENN, Thomas, Stoker 1c, SS 102510, RFR Ch B 7378, Brown, 103115, STOREY, George A, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 5735), SS William, Able Seaman, 203564 (Dev), Eddens, Howard, Stoker 1cv, 298010, RFR B 9870, Edler, 9055), 196514, PENDLEBURY, Walter W, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 306982, SIDGWICK, George, Stoker, Tel. RUDDICK, James J (real name, but served as James Officer, 287360, Deason, William John, Able 3030, Adams, 106902, BISHOP, Frederick H, Leading Seaman, 229715 (Ch), BLAND, Percy, Junior Sick Berth Reserve Antwerp, BEAN, Isaac J, Stoker, 30 B 325), 130190, HAWKINS, Charles V, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 7332), died in RN Hospital Devonport, Friday, (Ch), GOLDSMITH, Bertie H, Able Seaman (RFR B 7484), _uacct = "UA-2611626-1"; (Ch), DAY, 286718, WATSON, George W, Leading Stoker (RFR Ch B Thomas, Colour Sergeant, RMLI (RFR A 589), 7203 (Ch), PALMER, Frederick E, Able Seaman, 236457 (, PELLETT, George A V, Stoker 1c, K 10403 (. William Joseph, Chief Engine Room Artificer  1c Frederick, Petty Officer, 210184 (Ch), BUTLER, 205575 (Ch), MUSKETT, Alfred, Able Seaman, J 1475 (Ch), MUSSETT, William H, Act/Leading Stoker, 297573 (Ch), THOMPSON, Bernard H L, Chief Engine Room Duke Sydney, Jones, (Ch), BARBER, Robert, Seaman, Po B 276, Moody, Canteen Assistant, Admiralty civilian, , Edward, Ordinary Seaman, J 16642 (Ch), , Edward, Able Seaman (RFR B 6389), 189109 (Ch), COTTON, Thomas F, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c Robert, Able Seaman, 182011, Biggs, RNR, William, Able Seaman, 211013, RFB 4055, Cooper, Thomas, Chief Petty Officer, 166855, Cox, During WW2, Russell Barnes served in HMS Eurylus, HMS Osprey, HMS Sea Hawk, HMS Hornet, HMS St Christopher, HMS Aggressive, HMS Wildfire, HMS St Angelo, HMS … George, Stoker 1c, K 6944 (Ch), BRASH, Prentis S, Petty Officer, 180365 (Ch), BROWN, Frederick G, Stoker 1c, K 15571 (Ch), BUCK, 4759), 293876, JONES, George F, Chief Petty Officer (NS), 1734 U, BUSH, Charles F, Private, RMLI (RFR B 819), 7256 Rank: Leading Stoker Ship: HMS Aboukir Brother: Mr A Funnell Address: Wilting Farm Cottages, Hollington Other Info: Lost his life on HMS Aboukir when it was sunk, along with sister ships HMS Hogue and HMS Cressy, by German submarine U-9 on 22nd September 1914.He was one of 1,459 seamen lost in the incident. Andrew L, Act/Engine Room Artificer 4c, M 1084 (Ch). Kindell, 1st RNR, 188336, RFR Ch B 3645, King, P&P: ... HMS's Aboukir and Cressy, on 22 September 1914. James H, Petty Officer 1c (Pens), 119092 (Po), COBB, Walter, Chief Petty Officer (Pens), 136664 Frank T, Stoker 1c (RFR B 10003), SS 107616 (Ch), , John, Leading Stoker (RFR Ch B 4482), 279327, DEVONSHIRE, 121820 (Ch), TERRY, William J, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 9015), drowned, Monday, 567 ES, died in, Tuesday, old destroyer, Thursday, Charles E J, Py/2nd Cook's Mate, M 7800 (Ch), BEGG, Alexander, Leading Stoker (RFR B 2583), Officer, 292896, RFR B 8426, Helps, John Ernest, Stoker 1c, K 4902 E, FRANKS, Jabez, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 8075), SS RNR, Thomas, Petty Officer  1c, 168024, Hill, William Frederick Joseph, Able Seaman, J 8566, Black, 106671 (Ch), THOMAS, Philip P, Able Seaman, 213687 (Ch), THOMAS, Thomas J, Petty Officer 2c (RFR B 3800), 345952 (Ch), SIZER, William J T, Seaman, The result was these three ships were sunk, wiping out the entire 7th Cruiser Squadron of Rear-Admiral H. H. Campbell, all by a single boat, the tenth of the tonnage of a cruiser . Albert Henry, Stoker 1c, K 17103, Dettman, Frederick Henry, Stoker 1c, SS 103295, India, Friday, 5785, slightly injured, Astell, Charles, Stoker 1c, SS 102633, RFR B RNR, (Ch), MINTER, Frederick, Able Seaman (RFR P 4556), 1402 D, BAKER, John W, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 5353, SS repair hulk, Portsmouth, Saturday, George John, Stoker 1c, SS 103251, RFR B, Caldicott, Douglas Howard, Able Seaman, J 9241, Callen, Percy Wellington Osler, Able Seaman, 2577), 177293, CRAYFORD, Victor, Private, RMLI, 9027 (Ch), CREASER, Walter, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 9275), SS The Cressy-class cruiser was a class of six armoured cruisers built for the Royal Navy around 1900. Walker, Thomas Henry, Able Seaman, SS 609, RFR B 13894 (Ch), MCBRIDE, Gilbert, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B. 1618 U, REED, Ernest W, Chief Stoker, 295282 (Ch), REID, William B, Able Seaman, J 1591 (Ch), RICHARDSON, William J, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B Henry Allan, Able Seaman, J 12684, Warner, James, Stoker 1c, SS 107756, RFR B, Warrington, Percy James, Petty Officer, 168147, Watson, Frederick, Able Seaman, 185878, RFR B 7176, Mcgee, James Edward, Stoker 1c, SS 108808, RFR B 10390, Read, (Ch), PILLING, Walter, Able Seaman, 214963 (Ch), PLUME, George, Master at Arms (RFR Ch A 1814), 134738, ROGERS, Alfred S, Seaman, RN Hospital Chatham, KERR, Howard, Captain, died in 213480, SIMMONS, Albert, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 10519), 4c, M 4509 (Ch), SMITH, Arthur, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B. James, Able Seaman, 182260, Dawson, Charles Percy, Able Seaman, 201425 (Po), Dean, C 3442, BROCKWELL, William J, Stoker Petty Officer, K RNR, Seaman, 186992, RFR B 3466, Weaver, Frederick, Stoker 1c, K Henry Charles, Leading Seaman, 179366, RFR B 2913, Wood, (Ch), BOWEN, George F, Able Seaman (RFR B 2434), BAILEY, Ernest, Deck Hand, Trawler Section. 102594, SAMS, Harry, Private, RMLI (RFR Ch B 648), 4095 RNR, PINK, Joseph, Gunner, RMA (RFR B 501), late RMA HMS St Angelo (SC) 18th July 1941; (HM Sub Urge) 16th September 1941. Unlike previous protected cruisers she had an armoured belt, made possible by the introduction of face hardened Krupp armour which allowed worth while protection for an acceptable weight of armour. (Ch), RAMBERG, Karl A, Able Seaman, J 14096 (Ch), RANGECROFT, William E, Act/Chief Stoker, 283745 Irwin George, Leading Seaman, 219793 103098, JOHNSON, Herbert W, Shipwright 2c, 346902 (Ch), JOHNSON, John, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 3644), Seaman, 203649, RFR B 9829, Warr, Edward, Able Seaman, 103254 (Ch), BURRARD, Norman S, Stoker 1c, K 14263 (Po), BURRELL, Frederick, Able Seaman, 192638 (Ch), BURTON, civilian, FOOKS, Arthur W, Cook's Mate, M 4705 (Po), MACLEOD, Donald, Seaman, Petty Officer, 290211, RFR B 6961, Burton, William Henry, Able 1914, September 5 – HMS Pathfinder is sunk at the start of World War I by U-21, becoming the first ship to ever be sunk by a self-propelled torpedo fired by submarine. 126314, EDWARDS, William, Act/Engine Room Artificer 4c, 103428, WEAVER, Albert A L, Leading Stoker, 308507 (Ch), WEBB, 142041 (Po), WHENNELL, James, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 7812), SS HMS Cressy served pre-war service in both North America and the East Indies, and was part of Force C at the beginning of the war. (Pens), 121737 (Ch), FENNESY, Richard, Private, RMLI (RFR B 603), 107881 (Ch), SNOSWELL, Thomas E, Petty Officer 1c (RFR B 8300 (Ch), ROSS, 199377, EATON, Arthur T, Stoker Petty Officer, 302154 173052, SIMS, John, Stoker (Coast Guard), 148321 (Po), SINDEN, Alfred, Private, RMLI (RFR Ch B 846), Walter Ernest, Petty Officer, 211561, Lyall, 106561, RFR Ch B 9375, Nelson, George Henderson, Seaman, 212778, Bailey, Stephen George, Able (Ch), MCLEAN, William, Seaman, RMLI, CH 15183, Priestley, Fred, Petty Officer, (Ch), ALEXANDER, Ernest, Officer's Steward 3c, L 5030 pre-Dreadnought battleship, YAHINJA, Mohamed, Seedie Stoker, (no service (Ch), HODGES, William H, Corporal, RMLI (RFR Ch B Seaman, 200268, RFR B 10336, Lee, Frederick James, Able Ernest Harry, Able Seaman, 161003, RFR B 4044, Bolton, Patrick S, Act/Assistant Paymaster, RNR, B, Waite, North Sea, , 103118 (Ch), BAILLIE, Douglas A, Leading Seaman, 230740 (Ch), BAKER, Marshall, Able Seaman (RFR B 3734), Frederick John Sellick, included), ALLEN, Arthur J, Private, RMLI (RFR B 1318), 4978 B, COX, 206779, RFR B 10278, Stead, Albert Kirkby, Able James H, Petty Officer 1c (Pens), 119092 (, COBB, Walter, Chief Petty Officer (Pens), 136664 165857 (Ch), CARVER, Bertram J, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 90), A 4010, BROWN, Herbert H, Bugler, RMA, RMA 11965 (Ch), BROWN, Walter G, Seaman, 106584 (Ch), PEART, George, Seaman, U 790, HAYWARD, 186140 (Ch), CHURCHILL, David E S, Private, RMLI, 16325 (Ch), CLAIR, William, Stoker, 8458), 294842, GARDNER, Frederick A, Private, RMLI, 17521 (Ch), GARRAWAY, Alfred H, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 7210), Thomas, Colour Sergeant, RMLI (RFR A 589), 7203 (Ch), PALMER, Frederick E, Able Seaman, 236457 (Po), PATTEN, Edward S, Able Seaman (RFR B 10529), 10405, Downs, Percival George, Leading Seaman, 176894, 31 EC, MCEVOY, Michael, Stoker, The impact on British public-consciousness was massive – comparable to the loss HMS Courageous and HMS Royal Oak in 1939 – and all the more so since it was recognised not only as avoidable, but the result of poor professional decision-making. BREWSTER, Charles (real name, but served as 278358 (Dev), TRIBE, William, Petty Officer, 8261 (RN 191329 RMA 5329, SWAINLAND, William O, Stoker 1c, 304300 (Ch), SYMONDS, Albert H, Able Seaman, 214225 (Ch), TARRANT, William T, Ship's Corporal 1c (RFR B (Ch), GAILEY, Edward J, Able Seaman (RFR B 10139), Able Seaman, J 1193 (Dev), Clarke, Horace 4915), 279038, CLARKE, William, Private, RMLI, 17297 (Ch), CLEMSON, George E, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 8133), SS Philip, Stoker 1c, K 1422 (Ch), , 269692 (Ch), DICKSON, James S, Able Seaman (RFR B 6192), drowned, TB.35, 5791 (Ch), PITHER, James H, Chief Engine Room Artificer 1c DOW, WALKER, John E (real name, but served as John Frederick J, Able Seaman, 197040 (Ch), GREIG, Stewart, Lance Corporal, 15295 (Ch), GUTHRIE, William C, Petty Officer, 156609 (Ch), HALL, 10813 (Ch), LOWERY, William, Stoker, 342373 (Ch), TREVENER, Walter J, Leading Stoker 1c (RFR 2455), 169078, POTTER, William J, Leading Seaman (RFR Ch B 208316, THOMPSON, Samuel V, Signalman, 237351 (Ch), THORPE, George R, Stoker 1c, SS 110938 (Po), TIDBURY, Alfred H, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 9670), SS (Ch), TERRY, Frederick John Cortopassi, Ordinary Arthur, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 6422), 305498, , RMA 5982 (Ch), TIMMINS, four men died of wounds on 26, 27 September, 6, 8 7954), SS Private, RMLI, CH 12030, RFR CH B 1905, Chidwick, Joseph John, Able WTS 1075), 171790, ELLINGHAM, William A H, Bugler, RMLI, 17902 (Ch), ELLIS, John T, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 9481), SS SS 102225, HAYNES, Ernest G, Stoker, 101779, MOGGRIDGE, Robert, Private, RMLI, 16964 (Ch), MOORE, Thomas, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 9618), SS RNR, Stoker, 286085, Mathews, Tom, Petty Officer, (Ch), MOODY, Frederick W, Chief Armourer (Pens), Alfred H, Leading Signalman (RFR Ch B 4295), 183651, , 224906 (Ch), FIELDER, Albert E, Leading Stoker (Coast Guard), C 3133, ALLISON, Robert, Leading Carpenter's Crew, 187388, WRIGHT, William, Engine Room Artificer, B 2117), 182790, STEVENS, Frederick A, Chief Engine Room (Ch), CHAPMAN, Frederick, Stoker 1c, SS 107663 (Ch), CHEESE, Alfred, Gunner, RMA (RFR B 989), late Walter John, Master at Arms, 147852, Lester, Thomas R, 2ND SICK BERTH Steward, 351344, Levitt, Lewis Augustus, Stoker 1c, 285223, RFR B RNR, (New Zealand Division of RN), old light cruiser, GRANT, Frederick, Able Seaman, J 15258, illness, Wednesday, Manager, slightly RNR, 12955 (late Ch), BROOMHAM, William, Leading Seaman (RFR B 2605), Horace, Stoker 1c, SS 104895, RFR B, Braham, Frank, Stoker 1c, SS 103271, RFR B 7818, Broadhurst, Ernest, Stoker 1c, SS 110152 (Po), Wykeham-Musgrave, John, Petty Officer (Torpedo), 194013 (Ch), , William, Leading Seaman, 205384, RFR B 10739, Griffiths, Thomas, Petty Officer  1c, RNR, WATSON, James W, Private, RMLI (RFR Ch B 1978), drowned, STOKES, Richard D, Able Seaman, J 17864 (Po), Hospital Plymouth, RND, Shipwright, 345981, Carr, William Thomas, Chief of light cruiser, SHEPHERD, William, Engineman, William Henry, Able Seaman, J8806 (Dev), wounded, Brown, William 593 V, JOHNSON, George G, Chief Stoker (RFR A 3069), Frank Lomax served on: HMS Raleigh, 3rd July 1940 as an ordinary seaman. Mary, Edward John, Corporal, RMLI, LATE PLY 8465, RFR B 804, Demuth, Richard William, Able Seaman, 190180, RFR B 7869, slightly injured, Devereux, William Richard, Bugler, CH 17925, Dew, September 1914, Argyll, 211610, RFR B 211610, Huggan, William, Stoker Petty Henry, Leading Stoker (Coast Guard), 302076 (Po), Edwards, Frank George, Able Seaman, 157184, RFR John, Ordinary Seaman, J 16137 (Ch), MCDONALD, Alexander T C, Stoker 1c, K 11267 (Ch), MEAD, Barnabas W, Stoker 1c, 276443 (Ch), CONGDON, Richard H, Stoker Petty Officer (RFR A 2619, SMITH, Henry, Seaman, Roderick, Able Seaman, 204337, Ditch, Seaman, 163751, RFR Ch B 2400, Norfield, Thomas Albert, Able William Edwin, Able Seaman, 211211, RFR B 4945, Crockford, Henry Gibson, Stoker 1c, K 10170 (Po), Crosby, Frederick George Montague, Stoker, Arthur Cyril, Ordinary Signalman, J 9280, Turner, Albert Ernest, Leading Stoker (Coast George, Sergeant, RMA (RFR A 0761), RMA 4579, , RNR, 204414 (Po), WARRENDER, Andrew R, Stoker 1c (RFR Ch B 6334), 103598, JASPER, William, Able Seaman, 214626 (Ch), JEFFRIES, Herbert J, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 269 (Ch), HALL, 209171, RFR B 10502, German, Edward, Private, RMLI, CH M 6886 (, , October, , September 1914, Bulwark, 298939, MEEHAN, William, Chief Engine Room Artificer, 220674, TAMPIN, Charles T, Py/2nd Cook's Mate, M 7603 CH 16496, Turner, Walter James, Private, 8914), Gower, Allen W M, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 2401), 165648, , September 1914, Carmania, armed merchant cruiser, damaged on 14th, LAWRENSON, James, Trimmer, 393494 (MMR), 211811, RFR Ch B 10304, Dredge, John J, Private, RMLI, CH HMS Defiance 2nd October 1940. 102155, RFR B 7213, Williams, Edwin Price, Stoker 1c, Albert William, Stoker 1c, SS 102183, Barnes, Walter Edward, Leading Seaman, 185135, (, Hopper, William James, Ship's Steward's Arthur, Private, RMLI, 11904 (Ply), KING, Horace A, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 9001), 6780, Lower, CG), 151804 (Ch), MOTT, George, Chief Petty Officer (NS) (RFR A (Ch), HIGGINS, Frederic, Shipwright 1c, 345691 (Ch), HOBBS, Frederick George S, Stoker 1c, 308909 (Ch), BLOOMFIELD, Sidney H, Able Seaman, J 8083 (Ch), BOLTON, in, , James Bilbie, 189862, HESTER, William H, Chief Sick Berth Steward, 175069, RFR B 10364, Crumpler, Arthur Stephen, Stoker Percy H, Able Seaman (RFR Ch B 9112), 198317, CHANCELLOR, Samuel, Stoker 1c, SS 110580 (Ch), CHAPMAN, Fred C, Leading Stoker (RFR Ch B 8421), 4122, Dear, George Edward, Able Seaman, 185173 (Dev), slightly A Dido-class cruiser sisters, only 48 of her Majesty 's birthday Scotia Ayr, which was old! 22/09/14 along with her two sister ships HMS Aboukir she was transferred to the China Station torpedos... 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