HMS Thracian (D86) 

Casualty List

sister ship to HMS Tenedos H04 above.

Navy:

RN

Type:

Destroyer

Class:

Admiralty old S-type 

Pennant:

D 86 

Built by:

Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.) 

Ordered:

Jun, 1917 

Laid down:

10 Jan, 1918 

Launched:

5 Mar, 1920 

Commissioned:

21 Apr, 1920 

Lost:

24 Dec, 1941 

History:  
  HMS Thracian (Lt. Cdr. A.L. Pears, RN) ran aground at Hong Hong on 24 December 1941 and was captured by the Japanese. She was salvaged by the IJN, repaired and recommissioned on 25 November 1942 as Patrol Vessel No.101, then re-rated a training ship in March 1944, being attached to the torpedo school at Yokosuka. Recaptured in 1945, she was eventually broken up at Hong Kong post-war
Commanding Officers: Lt.Cdr. Henry Graham Dudley de Chair, RN
14 August 1938 12 November 1940

Cdr. Arthur Luard Pears, RN (retired)
12 November 1940 December 1941 

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