Rahul Sharma

HMS Carnation

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Four ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Carnation.

  • HMS Carnation was a Cruizer-class brig-sloop launched in 1807, but captured by the French in 1808, and burnt by the British in 1809.
  • HMS Carnation was another Cruizer-class brig-sloop, launched in 1813, and sunk as a target in 1867.
  • HMS Carnation was a Azalea-class sloop, launched in 1915, and sold for breaking up in 1922.
  • HMS Carnation was a Flower-class corvette, launched in 1940, which served in the Royal Netherlands Navy as Friso from 1943–45, and later as a merchant ship.
  • References

    HMS Carnation Wikipedia

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