| 17 May 1943|
36.5 ft (11.1 m)
7 August 1943
| 306 ft (93 m) overall|
17 May 1943
25 October 1943
| Sunk on 6 December 1944 by U-775|
1,800 tons fully loaded
11 ft (3.4 m) fully loaded
HMS Bullen was a Buckley class Captain class frigate during World War II. Named after Captain Charles Bullen of HMS Britannia at the battle of Trafalgar.
The Commanding Officer was Lt Cdr A.H. Parrish RN.
HMS Bullen (K469) Wikipedia
The submarine U-775 torpedoed and sunk HMS Bullen. The torpedo struck HMS Bullen midships. This incident happened at position 58°30′N 05°03′W northwest of Strathy Point, Scotland on 6 December 1944. Of the crew of HMS Bullen, 71 died and 97 survived. The wrecksite is designated as a protected place under the Protection of Military Remains Act 1986.Pennant (UK): K 469
Pennant (US): DE 78
Built by: Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.)