7 Feb 1942

United Kingdom
2 Sep 1942

United Kingdom
  • Allied convoy PQ-18 departed Loch Ewe, Scotland, United Kingdom; it was supported by two tankers and one rescue ship and was escorted by two anti-aircraft vessels, three destroyers, four corvettes, and four trawlers. ww2dbase [Arctic Convoys | Loch Ewe, Scotland | CPC]
26 Sep 1942

United Kingdom
30 Nov 1942

United Kingdom
3 Dec 1942

United Kingdom
11 Jan 1943

United Kingdom
9 Feb 1943

United Kingdom
14 Mar 1943

United Kingdom
14 Nov 1943

United Kingdom
9 Dec 1943

United Kingdom
1 Jan 1944

United Kingdom
8 Jan 1944

United Kingdom
11 Feb 1944

United Kingdom
10 Mar 1944

United Kingdom
14 Apr 1944

United Kingdom
6 May 1944

United Kingdom
5 Sep 1944

United Kingdom
5 Oct 1944

United Kingdom
9 Nov 1944

United Kingdom
17 Nov 1944

United Kingdom
29 Nov 1944

United Kingdom
19 Dec 1944

United Kingdom
30 Dec 1944

United Kingdom
21 Jan 1945

United Kingdom
28 Feb 1945

United Kingdom
1 Apr 1945

United Kingdom

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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