Month 1945 events of the Battle of the Atlantic  
  Naval Action in the Atlantic Ocean  
  Sunday, June 10, 1945  
  The minesweeping trawler HMS Kurd (FY 639) struck a mine and sank off Cornwall, England. Of the ship’s complement, 16 died and 11 survivors were picked up by the minesweeping trawler HMS Almandine (FY 645). The HMS Kurd was the last casualty of the Battle of the Atlantic.  
   
  U-Boat Losses  
  xx.  
   
  Attacks on Allied and Neutral Merchant Ships  
  xx.  
   
  Axis Merchant Shipping Losses  
  xx.  
   
  Other Battle of the Atlantic Events  
  xx.  
     
   
     
   
 

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