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  • 1 Convoy PQ 17 — Part of World War II, Atlantic Campaign Escorts and merchant ships at Hv …

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  • 2 Convoy SC 94 — was the 94th of the numbered series of World War II Slow Convoys of merchant ships from Sydney, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, to Liverpool.[1] Ships departed Sydney on 31 July 1942[2] and were met by Mid Ocean Escort Force Group C 1 consisting …

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  • 3 Convoy SC 42 — Convoy Part of World War II Date 9 12 September 1941 Location North Atlantic Result German victory …

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  • 4 Convoy SC-42 — was the 42nd of the numbered series of World War II Slow Convoys of merchant ships from Sydney, Cape Breton Island to Liverpool. [Hague 2000 p.133] Sixty five ships departed Sydney on 30 August 1941; [Hague 2000 p.135] and a week later were met… …

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  • 5 Convoy PQ 18 — under attack Convoy PQ 18 was one of the Arctic convoys sent from Britain to aid the Soviet Union in the war against Nazi Germany. The convoy departed Loch Ewe, Scotland on 2 September 1942 and arrived in Arkhangelsk on 21 September 1942.… …

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  • 6 Convoy PQ 16 — was an Arctic convoy sent from Great Britain by the Western Allies to aid the Soviet Union during World War II. It sailed in May 1942, reaching the Soviet northern ports after five days of air attacks that left eight ships sunk and two damaged.… …

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  • 7 Convoy PQ-18 — was one of the Arctic convoys sent from Great Britain to aid the Soviet Union in the war against Nazi Germany. The convoy departed Loch Ewe, Scotland on 2 September 1942 and arrived in Arkhangelsk on 21 September 1942. Following the disastrous… …

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  • 8 Convoy HX 72 — Convoy Part of World War II Date 20 22 September 1940 Location Western Approaches Result Germa …

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  • 9 Convoy PQ 15 — was an Arctic convoy sent from Iceland by the Western Allies to aid the Soviet Union during World War II. It sailed in late April 1942, reaching the Soviet northern ports after air attacks that sank three ships. Twenty two ships arrived safely.… …

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  • 10 Convoy HX 90 — Convoy Part of World War II Date 1 3 December 1940 Location Western Approaches Result German v …

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  • 11 Convoy SC 26 — Part of World War II Date 2 5 April 1941 Location North Atlantic Result German victory …

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  • 12 Convoy HG 76 — Part of World War II Date 19 23 Dec 1941 Location eastern Atlantic Result British victory …

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  • 13 Convoy HX 79 — Convoy HX.79 Part of World War II Date 19 October 20 October 1940 Location Western Approaches Result …

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  • 14 Convoy JW 58 — was an Arctic convoy sent from Great Britain by the Western Allies to aid the Soviet Union during World War II. It sailed in March 1944, reaching the Soviet northern ports in early April. All ships arrived safely. JW 58 was attacked by German U… …

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  • 15 Convoy PQ 14 — was an Arctic convoy sent from Great Britain by the Western Allies to aid the Soviet Union during World War II. It sailed in April 1942, reaching Murmansk after air and U boat attacks that sank one ship, and ice damage that saw 16 vessels… …

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  • 16 Convoy PQ 8 — was an Arctic convoy sent from Great Britain by the Western Allies to aid the Soviet Union during World War II. It sailed in January 1942 and arrived in Murmansk with the loss of one escort sunk, and one ship damaged. Contents 1 Ships 2 Voyage 3 …

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  • 17 Convoy SC 48 — Convoy Part of World War II Date 14–18 October 1941 Location North Atlantic Result German victory …

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  • 18 convoy — Convoy, m. acut. Est en general quelque accompagnement que ce soit qu on face à aucune personne, et est composé de con et voye, comme, si c estoit compagnie qu on face à celuy qui va, et alors le Latin le dit Deductio, et convoyer, Deducere.… …

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  • 19 Convoy HX 84 — Part of World War II Date 5 November 1940 Location North Atlantic Result German Victory …

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  • 20 Convoy JW 57 — was an Arctic convoy sent from Great Britain by the Western Allies to aid the Soviet Union during World War II. It sailed in February 1944, reaching the Soviet northern ports at the end of the month. All ships arrived safely. For several days JW… …

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