HMS Mashona In September 1939 she was serving with the sixth Destroyer…
HMS Ardent (H 41) of the Royal Navy - British Destroyer of the A class - was sunk on 8 June 1940 while defending the aircraft carrier HMS Glorious from the German battlecruiser Gneisernau and Scharnhorst. Two men were rescued by a German seaplane 5 days after the ship was sunk. One subsequently died in hospital leaving just one survivor
"HMS AMBUSCADE" (D38) was a (322') British Royal Navy Destroyer – Commissioned: 9 April 1927 – Crew: 138 Officers and Enlisted – Armament: 4 x 5 Inch (127mm) Guns (4 x Single Mounts) 2 x 1.6 Inch (40mm) AA Guns and 6 x 21 Inch (533mm) Torpedo Tubes (2 x Triple Tubes) Used as a Test Bed for Anti-Submarine Warfare Weaponry (1942 to End of the War) – Used for Shock Trails (1946) and Scrapped (1947)
HMS Electra was a RN E-class destroyer, similar to the preceding C and D classes of Sunk in the Battle of the Java Sea, Electra was a witness to many naval battles, including the Battle of the Denmark Strait and the sinking of Prince of Wales and Repulse.