HMS Tynwald (D 69)
|Navy||The Royal Navy|
|Class||[No specific class]|
|Built by||Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.)|
|Launched||16 Dec 1936|
|Commissioned||1 Oct 1941|
|Lost||12 Nov 1942|
Completed in June 1937. Displacement: 2376 GRT Armamant: 6 4" AA guns (3x2), 8 2pdr AA (2x4)
In the early morning of 12 November, HMS Tynwald (Capt. (retired) Philip George Wodehouse, DSO, RN) was at short notice, ready to sail from 0445 hrs onwards, in the expectation of an Axis air raid at dawn. She was anchored next to monitor HMS Roberts.
Commands listed for HMS Tynwald (D 69)
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|1||A/Capt. (retired) Frederic Thornton Peters, DSO, DSC, RN||1 Aug 1941||24 Aug 1942|
|2||Capt. (retired) Philip George Wodehouse, DSO, RN||24 Aug 1942||11 Nov 1942|
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