Tribal class destroyer (1936)

Tribal class destroyer (1936)

Royal Australian Navy

The ships today

* "Haida", the only surviving Tribal, has been restored and preserved as a museum in the harbour of Hamilton, Ontario Canada.
* The bow of "Maori" lies in 13 m (43 feet) of water in Marsamaxett Harbour, Valletta, Malta where she was sunk during World War II. It is a well-known scuba diving site.


* "Destroyers of the Royal Navy, 1893-1981", Maurice Cocker, Ian Allan, ISBN 0-7110-1075-7
* "Royal Navy Destroyers since 1945", Leo Marriot, Ian Allan, ISBN 0-7110-1817-0
* "British and Empire Warships of the Second World War", H T Lenton, Greenhill Books, ISBN 1-85367-277-7
* "Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships, 1922-1946", Ed. Robert Gardiner, Naval Institute Press, ISBN 0-87021-913-8
*"Destroyers of World War Two : An International Encyclopedia, M J Whitley", Arms and Armour Press, 1999, ISBN 1-85409-521-8.
* "HMCS "Haida": Battle Ensign Flying", Barry M Gough, Vanwell, 2001, ISBN 1-55125-058-6
* "Tribal Class Destroyers", Peter Hodges, Almark, 1971, ISBN 0-85524-047-4
*"The Tribals", Martin H Brice, Ian Allan, 1971, ISBN 0-7110-0245-2
*"Unlucky Lady: The Life and Death of HHCS "Athabaskan" 1940-44", Len Burrow & Emile Beudoin, Canada's Wings, 1983, ISBN 0-920002-13-7

External links

* [ HMCS Haida Official Web Site]
* [ Friends of HMCS Haida web site]
* [ Canadian Tribal Destroyer Association]
* [ Specifications for each Tribal]

ee also

*Tribal class destroyer (1905)
*Tribal class frigate

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