Albertsen
First name(s)/Initials: Herman
Service number: NX145418 (N440588)
Rank: Sapper
Regiment/Service: Australian Army
Unit(s)/Ship: 1 AUST WATER TPT GRP RAE
Additional info: Born Ommel 15/3-1911. Enlisted 26/1-1943. Discharged 24/7-1944.
Force served: Australian
Source(s): www.ww2roll.gov.au
Andersen
First name(s)/Initials: Knud
Service number: 13806037
Rank: Lance Corporal
Regiment/Service: Royal East Kent Regiment (The Buffs)
Source(s): HISAM
Andersen
First name(s)/Initials: Hartvig
Rank: Donkeyman
Regiment/Service: Merchant Navy
Unit(s)/Ship: S. S. Algarve (London)
Additional info: Died 19.2.1941. Remembered on Tower Hill Memorial.
From Wrecksite.eu/Allen Tony:
The Danish steamship Algarve SS, Capt. J. Mikkelsen, was taken over by the Ministry of War Transport after the German occupation of Denmark in April, 1940. The vessel was managed for the Ministry by the firm of Chr. Salvesen. On February 19th, 1941, she was torpedoed and sunk by the German E-boat S-102 (Töniges) near Sheringham Light float. All hands, about 25 officers and men, were lost.
Source(s): CWGC + Wrecksite.eu
Link 1: CWGC
Andersen
First name(s)/Initials: Karl
Rank: Ordinary Seaman
Regiment/Service: Merchant Navy
Unit(s)/Ship: S. S. Algarve (London)
Additional info: Born ca. 1920. Son of Anders and Marie Andersen, of Lihme, Denmark. Died 19.2.1941. Remembered on Tower Hill Memorial.
From Wrecksite.eu/Allen Tony:
The Danish steamship Algarve SS, Capt. J. Mikkelsen, was taken over by the Ministry of War Transport after the German occupation of Denmark in April, 1940. The vessel was managed for the Ministry by the firm of Chr. Salvesen. On February 19th, 1941, she was torpedoed and sunk by the German E-boat S-102 (Töniges) near Sheringham Light float. All hands, about 25 officers and men, were lost.
Force served: United Kingdom
Source(s): CWGC + Wrecksite.eu
Link 1: CWGC
Andersen
First name(s)/Initials: Kjeld J.
Rank: Second Radio Officer
Regiment/Service: Merchant Navy
Unit(s)/Ship: M. V. Amerika
Additional info: Born ca. 1904. Died 22.4.1943. Remembered on Tower Hill Memorial.

Source Wrecksite.eu - Allen Tony:
Amerika MV was a British Motor cargo vessel of 10,218 tons built in 1930 - Burmeister & Wain´s Maskin & Skibsbyggerri A/S, Copenhagen ex Danish (Ostasiatike Kompagni, Copenhagen), and transferred in May 1940 to Ministry of War Transport, operated by United Baltic Corporation, London. On the 22nd April 1943 when on route from Halifax for Liverpool in Convoy HX-234 as a straggler carrying a cargo of 53 RCAF personnel and 8, 844 tons general cargo including metal, flour, meat and 200 bags of mail she was torpedoed by U-306 and sunk. 140 casualties 86 dead (including 37 passengers) - 54 survivors. 29 Danes lost their lives on this ship.
Source(s): CWGC + Wrecksite.eu
Link 1: CWGC
Andersen
First name(s)/Initials: Poul
Rank: Able Seaman
Regiment/Service: Merchant Navy
Unit(s)/Ship: M. V. Amerika
Additional info: Born ca. 1904. Son of Poul Ludwig Andersen and Anine Wilhelmine Andersen. Died 22.4.1943. Remembered on Tower Hill Memorial.

Source Wrecksite.eu - Allen Tony:
Amerika MV was a British Motor cargo vessel of 10,218 tons built in 1930 - Burmeister & Wain´s Maskin & Skibsbyggerri A/S, Copenhagen ex Danish (Ostasiatike Kompagni, Copenhagen), and transferred in May 1940 to Ministry of War Transport, operated by United Baltic Corporation, London. On the 22nd April 1943 when on route from Halifax for Liverpool in Convoy HX-234 as a straggler carrying a cargo of 53 RCAF personnel and 8, 844 tons general cargo including metal, flour, meat and 200 bags of mail she was torpedoed by U-306 and sunk. 140 casualties 86 dead (including 37 passengers) - 54 survivors. 29 Danes lost their lives on this ship.
Force served: United Kingdom
Source(s): CWGC + Wrecksite.eu
Link 1: CWGC
Andersen
First name(s)/Initials: Otto
Service number: Q213059
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: Australian Army
Unit(s)/Ship: 13th Battalion Volunteer Defence Corps QLD
Additional info: Born 18/9-1893 Frederikshavn. Enlisted 8/4-1942. Next of kin: Lena Andersen. Discharged 24/7-1944.
Source(s): www.ww2roll.gov.au
Andersen
First name(s)/Initials: Willy Haagen
Service number: QX25979
Rank: Sergeant
Regiment/Service: Australian Army
Unit(s)/Ship: Australian Army Canteen Service
Additional info: Born 10/7-1915 Frederikssund. Enlisted 19/12-1941. Discharged 16/1-1946. Next of kin: Martha Andersen.
Force served: Australian
Source(s): www.ww2roll.gov.au
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