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(APA-189: dp. 6,878; 1.455' b. 62', dr. 24'; s. 17.7 k., cpl. 536 a. 1 5", 12 40mm.; ei. Haskell; T. VC2-S-AP5)
The first Oxford (APA-189) was laid down 17 April 1944 as M.C. Hull 657 by Kaiser Shipbuilding Co., Vaneouver, Wash.; launched 12 July; underwent trials prior to aceeptanee by the Navy; and commissioned 11 September at the Naval Station, Astoria, Oregon, Comdr. Paul S. Crandall in command.
After a brief fitting out period and shakedown in the Seattle and San Diego areas, O~ford embarked 1,478 troops at San Francisco and steamed for the Southwest Pacific 26 October 1944. She arrived Finsehhafen, New Guinea 12 November, and then operated between Hollandia and Noumea New Caledonia, as well as between Florida and Mamls Isiands.
O~ford participated in landing operations in Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, P.I. 11-13 January 1945 as a unit of TG 77.9. She then continued to transport troops between Leyte, Manus, and Wakde Islands. She also provided troop transport services during the initial landings at Okinawa 1-5 April, after which she steamed to Guam, to Pearl Harbor, and finally to San Francisco, arriving 11 May to embark replacement troops.
One week later she again steamed for the Southwest Pacific, this time to the Carolines, the Philippines, New Guinea, and Eniwetok, which she reached 22 July. On the 24th, she departed in company with three other ships for San Francisco, but two days out she had to put in at Midway to repack her stern tube. She then steamed independently for San Francisco 29 July but enroute was diverted to San Pedro, where she tied up the second week of August.
After voyage repairs at Todd Shipyard, San Pedro, and assumption of command by Captain J. C. Goodnough, Oxford called at both San Diego and San Francisco. She departed 23 August for Eniwetok with Army replacement troops. After calls at Ulithi, Manila, Subic Bay, and Japanese ports, O~ford returned to San Francisco in late November.
In January 1946 Oneford was released from the naval service for postwar disposal. Assigned to Commander, 5th Naval District, she arrived Norfolk, Va. 26 February, decommissioned 17 April, was redelivered to WSA the next day, and was struck from the Navy List 1 May.
Oxford received one battle star for World War II service.
Oxford APA-189 - History
Oxford APA-189 - History
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As president of the Magdalen College&rsquos Middle Common Room, Katzman had tabled the motion to remove the portrait of the queen from the area, arguing that it is &ldquomeant to be a space for all to feel welcome&rdquo while the monarch &ldquorepresents recent colonial history.&rdquo
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Meanwhile, Magdalen College&rsquos president Dinah Rose disavowed the removal of the portrait and said the students involved &ldquodon&rsquot represent the College,&rdquo but said the institution &ldquostrongly supports free speech and political debate&rdquo and that it will be &ldquosafely stored&rdquo elsewhere.
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