HMS Agamemnon (S124) carries the name of King Agamemnon born of Greek mythology. HMS AGAMEMNON - mercantile conversion, ... Edited by Gordon Smith, Naval-History.Net. Surviving that affair, she was broken down and sold for scrapping in 1927. MV Agamemnon was a cargo liner launched in 1929 for the Blue Funnel Line between United Kingdom ports and the Far East.She was requisitioned by the Royal Navy for conversion to the auxiliary minelayer HMS Agamemnon.She joined the 1st Minelaying Squadron based at Kyle of Lochalsh (port ZA) laying mines for the World War II Northern Barrage.When minelaying was completed in October 1943, she …

HMS Agamemnon (1906) was a Lord Nelson -class battleship launched in 1906, used as a target ship from 1920 and sold in 1927.

HMS Agamemnon (1879) was an Ajax -class battleship launched in 1879 and broken up in 1903. The name has been given to five Royal Navy vessels previously with the first dating back to the 1781 64-gun third-rate tall ship of Battle of Trafalgar fame. The other famous hulk became HMS Agamemnon of 1906, a Lord Nelson-class warship featured in World War 1. HMS Agamemnon (M 10) Minelayer of the Auxiliary minelayers class. Victoria Cross at Sea 1939-45 - WW2 Campaign Summary. Beyond that, the class had reached its pinnacle and HMS Agamemnon was relegated to the role of a target ship in the middle 1920's. The Agamemnon survived the war and had Ottoman representatives present on her decks to sign the Armistice. HMS Agamemnon (1852) was a 91-gun screw-propelled second-rate launched in 1852 and sold in 1870.