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HMS Tally-Ho (launched 1942)

Information about submarine HMS Tally-Ho (1942)

HMS Tally-Ho (1942) was a T-Class submarine built by Vickers Armstrong in Barrow and John Brown & Company on Clydebank for the Royal Navy. She was laid down on 25th March 1941 and launched on 23rd December 1942. She was commissioned on 12th April 1943. HMS Tally-Ho was scrapped on 10th February 1967 at Briton Ferry in Wales.

HMS Tally-Ho spent much of her World War II service in the Indian Ocean.

Post war, HMS Tally-Ho continued in service with the Royal Navy, taking part in the 1953 Fleet Review to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II before being finally scrapped in February 1967.

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