Kola Inlet

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HMS Nairana (D05) - Service History
... or reconnaissance aircraft were detected until the convoy approached the Kola Inlet even then the heavy escort prevented any attack and the convoy reached port safely ... damaged by a torpedo just after leaving Kola and Vindex had to take avoiding action after detecting a torpedo coming towards her ... The return convoy RA 64 left Kola Inlet on the morning of 17 February ...
SS Empire Bard - History - War Service
... RA 57 Convoy RA 57, departed the Kola Inlet on 2 March 1944 and arrived at Loch Ewe on March 10 ... She then sailed to the Kola Inlet, averaging 6 knots (11 km/h) with occasional bursts of 8 knots (15 km/h) when U-boats were reported in the area ... RA 59A Convoy RA 59A, departed the Kola Inlet on 28 August 1944 and arrived at Loch Ewe on 5 September ...
SS Empire Archer - History - Wartime
... JW51B Convoy JW 51B sailed from Liverpool on 22 December 1942 and arrived at the Kola InletKola Inlet on 4 January 1943 ... the Barents Sea RA 53 Convoy RA 53 sailed from the Kola Inlet on 1 March 1943 and arrived at Loch Ewe on 14 March ... RA 56 Convoy RA 56 sailed from the Kola Inlet on 3 February 1944 and arrived at Loch Ewe on 11 February ...
Arctic Convoys Of World War II - List of Arctic Convoys - 1945
... Homebound JW 64 departed Clyde, Scotland February 3 arrived Kola Inlet February 15 RA 64 departed Kola Inlet February 17 arrived Loch Ewe February 28 JW 65 departed Clyde March 11 arrived Kola Inlet March ...
SS Empire Baffin - History - War Service
... QP 9 Convoy QP 9 sailed from the Kola Inlet on 21 March 1942 and arrived at Reykjavík on 3 April ... QP 15 Convoy QP 15 sailed from the Kola Inlet on 17 November 1942 and arrived at Loch Ewe on 30 November ... from Liverpool on 17 January 1943 and arrived at the Kola Inlet on 27 January ...

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    As for the inlet or outlet of Walden, I have not yet discovered any but rain and snow and evaporation, though perhaps, with a thermometer and a line, such places may be found.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)