HMS Hogue (1900) CC  (2nd)

This the second ship to carry the name HMS Hogue was an Armoured Cruiser.

Built by Vickers of Barrow, laid down 14-Jul-1898, launched 13-Aug-1900 and completed 19-Nov-1902.

On completion joined the Channel Fleet 1902-04. Refitted 1904, then went to the China Station 1904-06. On to the America & West Indies Station as Boys Training Ship 1906-08. Returned to the UK and went into reserve 1908-09. Joined the 3rd Fleet 1909-11. Back into reserve 1909-11. Refitted again, this time at Chatham 1912-13. Joined the 3rd Fleet again 1913-14. The 7th Cruiser Squadron in the North Sea 1914.

Torpedoed and sunk by U-9 in the North Sea, 22-Sep-1914, together with her sister ships Aboukir and Cressy.

Won the Battle Honour: Heligoland 1914.


Other HMS Hogue
- 1st  HMS Hogue
- 2nd HMS Hogue
- 3rd HMS Hogue

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This page last edited - 30 July, 2012.

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