Dundee International Submarine Memorial

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Reference WMO/264134

Address:

City Quay

Victoria Dock

Dundee

DD13HZ

Scotland

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Other monument
Materials:
  • Stone Slate
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Dundee Harbour was, from August to October 1939, the war station of the Royal Navy’s 2nd Submarine Flotilla. From April 1940 to May 1945, it was the base of the 9th Submarine Flotilla, a unique international force of British, Dutch, Free French, Norwegian and Polish crews. Russian submarine crews were also based in Dundee in the summer of 1944. Six submarines and 296 sailors and commandos were lost on war operations from Dundee. Nine stones of remembrance standing upright facing towards one another. Largest stone features cut outs of submarine shapes in the bottom half of stone. Other stones feature etching of submarine, name of submarine and names of dead. Lettering engraved in white. Do not follow sat nav for vehicular access; drive to end of road (memorial on left) and enter quay for parking. Dedicated in 2009, Dundee International Submarine Memorial honours the gallantry of all the British, French, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish and Russian submariners who sailed from the River Tay during the Second World War and commemorates the 296 who are ‘Still on Patrol’.
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Dundee International Submarine Memorial - Honouring Gallantry and Commemorating Sacrifice. Stone 1-HMS Oxley 10 September 1939/ (Names) Stone 2- HR MS O 13 JUNE 1940/ (Names) Stone 3- HMS THAMES AUGUST 1940/ (Names)/ HR MS O 22 NOVEMBER 1940/ (Names) Stone 4-RUBIS FNFL/ LOST OVERBOARD 23 AUGUST 1941/ Y.J.M. TURIER/ Operation Musketoon/ Landed in occupied Norway by/ Junon FNFL 15 SEPTEMBER 1942/ DIED OF WOUNDS 24 SEPTEMBER 1942/ (Names)/ EXECUTED 23 OCTOBER 1942/ (Names)/ UREDD 24 FEBRUARY 1943/ (Names)/ OPERATION SEAGULL, KOMPANI LINGE, NORWEGIAN ARMY/ (Names)/ OPERATION UPSILON SECRET INTELLIGENCE SERVICE/ (Names)/ B-1 27 JULY 1944/ (Names)

The memorial carries the names of 296 British, Dutch, Free French, Norwegian and Russian sailors and commandos lost on operations from Dundee submarine base during the Second World War.

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