--Built in John Brown & Company, England and commissioned in 1937.
――Overall length 98.5m, displacement 1340 tons, steam turbine 3 units 2 shafts, speed 36 knots 4.7 inch Mk.IX single gun 4 units, 4 twin torpedo launchers 2 units, 20 depth charges One of the I-class destroyers.
--In 1939, U42 was jointly sunk.
--Move to the Mediterranean Sea in 1940.
--June The I-submarine [Console Generale Liuzzi] was jointly surrendered and sunk.
--Furthermore, the I-submarine [Web Celebi] surrendered and sank.
--July Participated in the Battle of Cape Spada.
--Sinking the Italian cruiser [Bartromeo Colleoni], which was damaged and unable to navigate, with a lightning strike.
--November Engaged in escorting the Taranto air raid.
--Participated in the Battle of Cape Matapan in 1941.
--June Engaged and damaged in the Syrian-Lebanese campaign with the French Army of Vichy.
--Completed restoration in 1942 and returned to the Mediterranean in 1943.
--Participated in Operation Avalanche, Operation Husky.
--In July, the I-submarine [Nereide] was jointly sunk.
--In December, moored in Chenizia due to large-scale repairs required.
--Dismantled in 1947.
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