Samiksha Jaiswal

HMS Undaunted

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Nine ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Undaunted:

  • HMS Undaunted was a 28-gun sixth rate, formerly the French storeship and prison ship La Bienvenue, captured by the British in 1794 and sold in 1795.
  • HMS Undaunted was previously HMS Arethusa, a 38-gun fifth rate captured from the French in 1793. She was renamed HMS Undaunted in 1795 and was wrecked in 1796.
  • HMS Undaunted was a schuyt captured from the Dutch in 1799 by HMS Pylades, turned into a temporary gunvessel, and sold in 1800.
  • HMS Undaunted was a 38-gun fifth rate launched in 1807, used as a target from 1856 and broken up by 1860.
  • HMS Undaunted was a wood screw frigate launched in 1861 and sold in 1882.
  • HMS Undaunted was an Orlando-class cruiser launched in 1886 and broken up in 1907.
  • HMS Undaunted was an Arethusa-class light cruiser launched in 1914 and scrapped in 1923.
  • HMS Undaunted was U class submarine launched in 1940 and sunk in 1941.
  • HMS Undaunted was a U class destroyer launched in 1943, converted into an anti-submarine frigate between 1952 and 1954, and sunk as a target in 1978.
  • References

    HMS Undaunted Wikipedia


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