Edward Theodore Simmons DSO, RCNVR
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|20 Feb 1940|| ||T/Lt.|
|1 Jan 1944|| ||T/Lt.Cdr.|
|3 Dec 1945|| ||T/A/Cdr.|
Retired: 3 Dec 1945
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19 Jan 1943 (position 37.06, 5.22)
British destroyer HMS Antelope (Lt.Cdr. E.N. Sinclair, RN) and the Canadian corvette HMCS Port Arthur (T/A/Lt.Cdr. E.T. Simmons, DSC, RCNVR) sank the Italian submarine Tritone (C.C. P. Monechi / 26 dead) near Bougie, Algeria in position 37°06'N, 05°22'E. The Italian submarine was on it's first war patrol. She had been commissioned on 10 October 1942.
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