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HMS Tipperary

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HMS Tipperary, launched on 5 March 1915, was a Royal Navy destroyer which was sunk in action on 1 June 1916 by the Imperial German Navy at the Battle of Jutland in World War I. War service Originally ordered by Chile, Tipperary and her sisters were bought by the Royal Navy at the outbreak of World War I. Initially, Tipperary served as the second flotilla leader with the 3rd Destroyer Flotilla in the Harwich Force, arriving there in June 1915. Late in that same year, she took charge of a detachment of destroyers from the 2nd Flotilla, while in March 1916, Tipperary had rejoined the Harwich Force, being attached to the Fifth Light Cruiser Squadron. For a while during the war she was commanded by Captain (later Admiral) Sir Barry Domvile. In May 1916 Tipperary was made the leader of the 4th Flotilla, a formation which directly supported the Grand Fleet. Sinking About 21:58 GMT 31 May 1916 while 4th Destroyer Flotilla was searching for the German High Seas Fleet in
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