Thomas Edgar Halsey DSO, RN
|Born||28 Nov 1898||South Mimms, Hertfordshire, England|
|Died||30 Aug 1970||(71)||Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England|
Retired: 9 Dec 1946
Warship Commands listed for Thomas Edgar Halsey, RN
|HMS Malcolm (D 19)||Capt.||Destroyer||31 Jul 1939||25 Jun 1940|
|HMS Malcolm (D 19)||Capt.||Destroyer||12 Aug 1940||22 Oct 1940|
|HMS Worcester (D 96)||Capt.||Destroyer||25 Jan 1941||15 May 1941|
|HMS Mackay (D 70)||Capt.||Destroyer||15 May 1941||16 Sep 1941|
|HMS King George V (41)||Capt.||Battleship||15 Feb 1943||10 Apr 1945|
|HMS Revenge (06)||Capt.||Battleship||27 Apr 1944||mid 1944|
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Destroyer HMS Malcolm (D 19)
11 May 1940
HMS Malcolm (Capt. T.E. Halsey, RN) picks up 6 survivors from the British merchant Tringa that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-9 38 one and a half miles from the West Hinder buoy at the mouth of the river Scheldt in position 51°21'N, 02°55'E.
13 Sep 1940
During the night of 13/14 September 1940, the British destroyers HMS Malcolm (Capt. T.E. Halsey, DSO, RN), HMS Wild Swan (Lt.Cdr. C.E.L. Sclater, RN) and HMS Venomous (Lt.Cdr. J.E.H. McBeath, DSO, RN) bombard Boulogne in a sweep along the French coast.