HC Deb 19 December 1945 vol 417 c1479W
Mr. Bowles

asked the First Lord of the Admiralty how many Allied capital ships were sunk or damaged by torpedoes fired from aircraft in the Second World War; the numbers of other naval vessels sunk or damaged; and the tonnage of enemy transports, supply or merchant ships sunk or damaged by this weapon.

Mr. Alexander

Four of our capital, ships, 16 other naval vessels, and 404,500 tons of our supply and merchant shipping were sunk or damaged in this manner during the war.

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