HMS Ivanhoe 14 Oct 1939 - German U-boat U-45 was sunk south-west of Ireland, in position 50°58'N, 12°57'W, by depth charges from the British destroyers HMS Inglefield, HMS Ivanhoe, HMS Intrepid and HMS Icarus. 16 Feb 1940 - HMS Ivanhoe (Cdr. P.H. Hadow, RN) intercepts the German merchant Baldur (5805 BRT) off Lister, Norway. However before the German ship can be captured she is scuttled by her own crew.