HMS Wolves (FY 158)
|Navy||The Royal Navy|
|Class||[No specific class]|
|Built by||Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.)|
|Launched||8 Nov 1934|
Completed in December 1934.
Renamed Pataudi in 1947.
Commands listed for HMS Wolves (FY 158)
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|1||Skr. Frank Robert Brown, RNR||27 Sep 1939||6 Apr 1940|
|2||Skr. John Dunbar Fowler, RNR||6 Apr 1940||6 Jun 1940|
|3||Ch.Skr. Charles William Freer, RNR||6 Jun 1940||3 Sep 1940|
|4||Skr. Benjamin Pile, RNR||3 Sep 1940||21 Oct 1940|
|5||T/Skr. Maurice William Draper, RNR||21 Oct 1940||16 Jan 1941|
|6||Ch.Skr. Peter Newman, RNR||16 Jan 1941|
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Notable events involving Wolves include:
26 Sep 1940
HMS Wolves (Skr. B. Pile, RNR) picks up 17 survivors from the British tanker Stratford that was torpedoed and sunk 85 miles west-southwest of Bloody Foreland in position 54°50'N, 10°40'W by German U-boat U-137.