HMS Bee (1915)
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For other ships of the same name, see HMS Bee.
|Launched:||8 December 1915|
|Fate:||Sold for scrap, 22 March 1939|
|Class and type:||Insect-class gunboat|
On 12 December 1937, Bee, along with Ladybird, became involved in the Panay incident and came under fire from a Japanese artillery unit near Wuhu on the Yangtze. Ladybird took six shells and Bee dodged a shell as she came upon the scene.
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