H.M.S. Reference and Research Materials
Searchable Database of Movements of H.M.S. Hood
Updated 07-Mar-2010

Use this page to search for details of where Hood was on any date or period. Detailed entries from the logs are only available for a certain months - mainly World War 2. Basic details about where the ship was are held for all of Hood's life from 1920 to 1941.

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Transcription of the Log of H.M.S. Hood



Monday 22nd April 1940



From: -
To: -
At: Devonport
Sick: Not recorded
Distance through water: -
Comments: -


06:25 - "Warwick" entered harbour
07:50 - Higher gunnery rates landed
11:00 - Clear lower deck, hands fall in in preparation for payment
13:00 - Ship commenced to turn
14:20 - Ship ??? alongside
16:30 - Starboard Watch Boys granted leave until 2000 hours. Starboard Watch and 2nd Port Watch granted leave until 0700 hours the following morning. Chiefs and Petty Officers granted leave until 0730 hours the following morning.
17:00 - Evening quarters
20:00 - Lieutenant R.B. Stacey, RN joined ship
21:00 - Rounds