Battle of the Atlantic: Canadian Kenogami Corvette (HMCS Kenogami) at sea.
Kenogami Corvette – Board number K125, class – Flower.
Kenogami Corvette was built in Canada.
Kenogami Corvette construction April 20, 1940, launched on September 05, 1940, admitted to the Canadian Navy on June 29, 1941.
Kenogami Corvette was used in the North Atlantic to escort Allied naval convoys between Halifax and the Western approaches.
Kenogami Corvette September 10, 1941 took on board 34 sailors from the British ship “Sally Maersk”, torpedoed earlier by a German U-81 submarine. The next day, he took on board 41 sailors from the British “Beruri”, previously torpedoed by U-207, later – another 7 sailors from the English “Spoonpool”, torpedoed by the same submarine. On October 30, 1942, the corvette took on board 90 rescued sailors from the British Berwin, torpedoed the day before U-436.
Kenogami Corvette was removed from the Canadian Navy in the summer of 1945.