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HMS Dulverton

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Dear Ministry of Defence,
I recently requested My MP Sarah Wollaston to find out if the Dulverton was a war grave from your reply it is not.
However since the HMS Dulverton was in fact scuttled by The Belvoir can you tell me the fate of the deceased bodies, for example were they left where they lie or in fact placed securely in a safe place?
As the Belvoir had some time to evacuate the survivor's , was it possible to bring the fatalities on board to facilitate their burial before the Dulverton was scuttled.
I am aware that a system exists that allows relatives to visit graves of family memebrs buried abroad, does one exist to allow relatives to vivit ships that have been sunk by enemy fire

Yours faithfully,

David Luff

correspondence@mod.ecase.gsi.gov.uk on behalf of Navy Command Secretariat, Ministry of Defence

Dear Mr Luff

Your request has been logged under our reference 2016/12081 and the target
date for responseis 11 January 2016.

Yours sincerely

Navy Command Secretariat - FOI Section

correspondence@mod.ecase.gsi.gov.uk on behalf of Navy Command Secretariat, Ministry of Defence

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Dear Mr Luff

Please find attached our response to your recent enquiry.

Regards

Navy Command Secretariat - FOI Section

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