4 destroyers (Burza, Grom, Wicher and Blyskamica)
5 submarines (Zbik, Sep, Rys, Orzel and Wilk)
Personnel 4,400 officers and men.
Polish losses 1939
Minesweeper Mewa damaged by german divebombers 1st September.
Torpedo boat Mazur sunk by divebombers 2nd September 1939 the first ship lost in the war.
Destroyer Wicher sunk 3 September in Hela port.
Minelayer Gryf sunk 3 September in Hela port.
Minesweeper Mewa sunk 3 or 14 September though later raised by the Germans.
Minesweepers Jaskolka and Czapla sunk 14 September.
Submarine Orzel sunk May/June 1940
Destroyer Orkan lost to U-378 8th October 1943
Cruiser Dragon lost
Destroyer Kujawiak lost
Submarine Jastrzab sunk by friendly fire 2/5/1942
3 destroyers and 2 submarines reached England, the other 3 subs were interned in Sweden.
The Polish navy increased its number of ships throughout the war.
British U class submarine P-52 renamed Dzik.
New additions 1941
HMS Siverton a Hunt class destroyer renamed Krakowiak.
HMS Oakly renamed Kujawiak mined 16/6/42
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