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HMCS REGINA

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  K234
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Remains of 1944 wreck of Canadian corvette which foundered between Trevose Head and Hartland Point after being torpedoed while escorting a convoy from Avonmouth to Falmouth and the French invasion beaches. The EZRA WESTON [766919] in the same convoy had herself just been torpedoed by the same U-boat, U-667. In the following week U-667 also claimed LST 921 [1534459] and LCIL 99 [1534460]. Built of steel, she was a screw-driven steam vessel. Some of the victims of the REGINA are buried in the Church of St. Winwaloe, Poundstock [436536].

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