Mid-late August 1942, Liverpool, England. Flower-Class Corvette H.M.S. Dainthus at dock with bow damage from ramming U-379.
Dainthus was used for escorting convoys coastal waters of western England while assigned to Mid-Ocean-Escort Force (MOEF) Group C1. While helping escort Convoy SC 94, HMS Dainthus ram and sunk U-379 that was attacking the convoy. The convoy, from August 2 to August 8 from Newfoundland to Northern Ireland, lost 10 ships by torpedo. Photo by H.W. Tomlin, IWM A 11949