Allied Warships

HMS Alyssum (K 100)

Corvette of the Flower class

NavyThe Royal Navy
PennantK 100 
Built byGeorge Brown & Co. (Greenock, Scotland): Kincaid 
Ordered12 Dec 1939 
Laid down24 Jun 1940 
Launched3 Mar 1941 
End service 
Loss position46° 00'N, 44° 00'W

On loan to the Free French Navy upon completion on 17 June 1941.
On 9 February 1942 Alyssum (Lt. P. le Halleur) was torpedoed and sunk in the North Atlantic, in position 46º00'N, 44º00'W by the German submarine U-654 while escorting convoy ON-60.
36 Of her crew went down with the ship.

Career notesTo the Free French Navy as Alysse

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