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- His Majesty's or HM Armed Smack Inverlyon was a fishing smack that was converted to a Q-ship during the First World War. Q-ships served as decoys to lure...
- posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross. Another Lowestoft smack, HM Armed Smack Inverlyon, commanded by Ernest Jehan, sank the German U-boat UB-4 earlier in the...
- mid-April to mid-August. On 15 August, UB-4 surfaced near the British Q-ship Inverlyon and was sunk by gunfire from the sailing vessel. None of UB-4's 14 crewmen...
- converted fishing trawler renamed HM Armed Smack Inverlyon successfully destro**** UB-4 near Great Yarmouth. Inverlyon was an unpowered sailing ship ****ed with...
- for the sinking of a German U-boat by him and his crew aboard the smack Inverlyon. He began the war as a warrant officer and was decorated and commissioned...
- maritime incidents in February 1917 Shipwrecks 1 Feb: HM Armed Smack Inverlyon 2 Feb: Elikon 7 Feb: California, Saint Ninian 8 Feb: HMS Ghurka; SM UC-39...
-  Imperial German Navy 15 August 1915 A Type UB 1 U-boat that was sunk by the Inverlyon. 52°43′N 2°18′E / 52.717°N 2.300°E / 52.717; 2.300 (SM UB-4) UB-16...
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- maritime incidents in February 1917 Shipwrecks 1 Feb: HM Armed Smack Inverlyon 2 Feb: Elikon 7 Feb: California, Saint Ninian 8 Feb: HMS Ghurka; SM UC-39...
- maritime incidents in February 1917 Shipwrecks 1 Feb: HM Armed Smack Inverlyon 2 Feb: Elikon 7 Feb: California, Saint Ninian 8 Feb: HMS Ghurka; SM UC-39...
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