C Class (1932) DD

The 1929 destroyer construction programme was a slightly enlarged B Class design, with greater endurance. Only four were constructed as a disarmament gesture by then current Labour Government. 

But as a four ship class did not fit into RN destroyer flotilla organisation, all were transferred to Canada, renamed, and known as the Fraser Class. The first two transferred on 17-Feb-1937, and the second two on 15-Jun-1938.

Two were lost during WW2 with the survivors paid off Oct-1945 and later sold.


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This page last edited - 02 December, 2012.

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