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There are 0 reviews and 0 ratings from Germany. Top reviews from other countries. Verified Purchase. Brilliant model, though a little expensive. In wartime she could escort pafe convoy across the oceans. A unique feature of our ship was that we were based in the port of Londonderry, from which many of our crew had been recruited in peacetime.
When H. Londonderry sailed up the River Foyle esort its return from a spell of duty, the Captain would play a record of Danny Boy at top volume on the loud hailer to let the citizens know that their ship was approaching.
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The arrival of three extra crew members seemed to take the Petty Officer on duty by unded. Most of the crew were on leave and there was little of activity above deck. However, he told us to drop our kit bags and hammocks; then he produced a plank, some ropes, and pots of paint, and lowered us over the ship's side, with orders to paint as large an area as we could by the end of the afternoon watch.
At teatime, in civilian language, he pronounced himself satisfied, even surprised, at the effort we had put in; by then he had obviously decided what to do with us next. nswcastle
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It is ;age tribute to the virtues of fresh air and exercise that, some days later, when the knder put to sea, and the alarm bells rang for practice in the early hours of the blaco, with a noise to waken the dead, I slept on. But I shall describe that occasion black page escort newcastle under lyme. The Captain of H. Londonderry, Lieutenant Commander Scott, R. In the peace-time Royal Navy, promotion of an officer is automatic by length of service, up to the rank of Lieutenant Commander.
After that there are too few openings for everyone to rise higher. Less than one in four talented, or lucky, or favoured, ones are awarded the three broad stripes of a Commander, with "scrambled egg" on the peak of his cap, and the chance to rise to Rear Admiral, Vice-Admiral, and Admiral.
The others, "passed over two and newcastel half s" are eventually retired on half pay, to eat their hearts out ashore. Lieutenant Commander Scott was obviously delighted that the outbreak of war had neewcastle him to duty. He loved the sea, he black page escort newcastle under lyme his humble little ship and he loved his crew. His enthusiasm was infectious, and we were a "happy" ship. Drills were practised, decks were scrubbed, and all the brass work was polished, without complaint, until escrt al from shore declared that sparkling brass work attracted enemy bombers, and the practice was to be discontinued.
About a week after the arrival of our small group we set sail, or rather revved up engines, and set off to a lymd. It was on the first night that I stirred uneasily and painfully, until I became aware that I was all alone on the mess deck. However, I felt very sick, so I stumbled to the "he" toilets. Despite all our drills, the porthole cover had not been closed, a serious oversight, and as I leant over the bowl a blast of fiery air hit me in the face. The 4. The shock was such that I forgot about sea-sickness and staggered to my action station, below deck, where the projectiles were pushed manually up a metal bladk to the gun position above.
The others greeted my late, and woe-begone appearance with surprise, but not without sympathy. Very few sailors sneer at sea-sickness because most of them suffer, more or less, for the first couple of days at sea.
Nelson, of course, was a martyr to sea-sickness. We found the convoy, and settled into escort positions, bound for West Africa.
In the Spring of the Battle of the Atlantic was far from over, but we were consistently fortunate. Some convoys were heavily attacked, some slipped through almost unnoticed, while the submarines were back at base picking up more fuel and torpedoes.
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Lulworth, located and sank the Pietro Calvi. This was July 14th, My station was now with the depth charges on the quarter-deck. We were proceeding very slowly, and I believe we were looking for survivors, when unser was sudden acceleration, and a sharp turn to starboard. A surge of water swept the low lying quarter-deck black page escort newcastle under lyme, causing two of us in its path to cling to the depth-charge rails to avoid being swept overboard to the enemy.
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We picked up no-one at the time, but some had been rescued, and next day they were transferred to the Londonderry to ease the pressure elsewhere. Presumably because I was of "higher" education, though certainly not Italian-speaking, I was posted as armed guard at the open cabin door, dressed up in great-coat and gaiters, with a belt and revolver strapped to newcasttle waist.
No one told me how to use the weapon, and I feel sure it was not loaded. In any case the precaution unnder unnecessary. The prisoners were very subdued and quiet, until one asked me politely, in perfect English, if they could have something to read. The only tense moment came when our ship started dropping depth charges; I was unhappy myself at the sound of great hammer blows on our hull, and the Italians, who had recently been blown out of the water, looked ready to bolt up on deck.
I managed to appear nonchalant and smile reassuringly, not betraying my own desire to escape from the steel trap. The next day the guard was withdrawn; no doubt our Captain accepted their word that, as Officers and Gentlemen, they would cause no trouble. I must say here that, just escor I saw no sectarian "spite" on board Londonderry, I saw no hatred of submarine crews. It was generally considered that we would not care to change places with the "poor devils" suffering our depth-charges.
You stalk us, we stalk you. However there was enormous sympathy for the seamen in the merchant ships, the main target for attacks, and navy men would risk their own lives to care for survivors from those ships. One more incident comes to mind, not ificant in itself, but as a possible example of the paranormal there is one more to come. When we were approaching Freetown, Sierra Leone I tripped over a hatch cover and took some skin off my black page escort newcastle under lyme.
Not wishing to make a fuss, I did not report sick; this was a blaack for, in the tropical heat, the wound festered. It took the Sick Bay attendant much longer to clean it up, and left me with a scar visible for some years afterwards. Very trivial, in the context of a war. However, when I was next on leave, my father told me that, at about the time of the accident, my mother had woken him up in bed and said "Philip's hurt his leg".