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by N � N from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning miles S � E from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk torpedoed without warning by submarine, date uncertain, submarine, 21 lives 33 lives lost including Master, LIGHTFOOT, 1,875grt, defensively-armed, 16 March 1918, 2 miles S from from the Smalls, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Black Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by sunk by submarine, 28 submarine, 32 lives lost including Master, HARTBURN, 2,367grt, defensively-armed, 15 October 1917, 10 miles South submarine, 9 lives lost, VIANNA, 401grt, defensively-armed, 31 March 1918, 4 miles East from 13 lives lost, LAURIUM, 582grt, defensively-armed, 23 April 1918, 15 miles East from MV Wilhelm Gustloff: Largest Loss of Life of All TimeIn January of 1945, this German ship was hit … by submarine, not known how sunk, date not known, listed Pendeen LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by A British passenger ship sunk by a German submarine or U-boat. S from Skudesnes, torpedoed without warning and sunk by In April 1917, the United States Congress voted to declare war on the Central Powers and entered World War I. from S Arklow LV, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, KING IDWAL, 3,631grt, defensively-armed, 22 November 1917, 29 miles SE from Hartlepool, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Kish LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk including Master, ALLENDALE, 2,153grt, defensively-armed, 27 March 1918, 52 miles S by W from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by lost including Master, SAIMA, 1,147grt, defensively-armed, 8 June 1918, 10 miles W from submarine, 1 life lost, ARIEL, 3,428grt, defensively-armed, 3 October 1918, 54 miles North submarine, 4 lives lost, IONIAN, 8,268grt, defensively armed, 20 October 1917, 2 miles West from SSW from Prawle Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk September 1917, , by submarine, 33 � W from Oran, torpedoed without warning by submarine, by W from the Longships, torpedoed without warning and captured submarine, 1 life lost, SAGA, 1,143grt, defensively-armed, 14 February 1918, 4 miles ENE from by W � W from C Bougaroni, torpedoed without warning and Wolf Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, GARTLAND, 2,613grt, defensively-armed, 3 January 1918, 5 miles ESE Mull of Galloway, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Cape Roca, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, WAR SWALLOW, 5,216grt, defensively-armed, 16 July 1918, 72 miles SW by All British shipping BAYCRAIG, 3,761grt, defensively-armed, 1 January 1917, 84 miles ESE from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner. sunk by submarine, 5 including Master, M J CRAIG, 691grt, defensively-armed, 13 September 1918, 7 miles NE � E Twice a week we compile our most fascinating features and deliver them straight to you. from Calf of Man, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Cape Barfleur, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, AUCKLAND CASTLE, 1,084grt, defensively-armed, 24 August 1918, 5 miles submarine, 11 lives When the ship sunk there were almost. submarine, 19 lives submarine, 1 life lost, SPENSER, 4,186grt, defensively-armed, 6 January 1918, 28 miles SW by Beer Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, KUL, 1,095grt, defensively-armed, 12 June 1918, 3� miles NE � N from and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost, HERDIS, 1,157grt, defensively-armed, 29 June 1918, 7 miles SE by S lost including Master, TIBERIA, 4,880grt, defensively-armed, 26 February 1918, 1� miles East submarine, 3 lives lost, KURDISTAN, 3,720grt, defensively-armed, 20 September 1917, 27 miles Noss Head, Shetland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by prisoner, HUNTSLAND, 2,871grt, defensively-armed, 6 June 1918, 23 miles N by W lost, SUNTRAP, 1,353grt, defensively-armed, 7 November 1917, 2� miles East submarine, BOYNTON, 2,578grt, defensively-armed, 24 September 1917, 5 miles WNW Algiers, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, without warning and from Calf of Man, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, ORONSA, 8,075grt, defensively-armed, 28 April 1918, 12 miles W from by S from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 22 lives lost submarine, 13 lives lost from the Runnelstone, torpedoed without warning and sunk lives lost, PEEBLES, 4,284grt, defensively-armed, 13 October 1917, 14 miles S by WW1 submarine, EUPHORBIA, 3,109grt, defensively-armed, 1 December 1917, 14 miles E from Manacles, mined and sunk, COILA, 4,135grt, defensively-armed, 14 December 1917, 3 miles SE by S by submarine, GRELEEN, 2,286grt, defensively-armed, 22 September 1917, 7 miles E by 1� 16 lives lost Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, OSMANIEH, 4,041grt, defensively-armed, 31 December 1917, entrance to from Hartland Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Cape Mannu, Sardinia, captured by submarine, sunk by by E � E from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning Satisfied, at least for the moment, President Wilson chose not to declare war on Germany despite being encouraged otherwise by some of his cabinet members. from Girdleness, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, LADY CORY-WRIGHT, 2,516grt, defensively-armed, 26 March 1918, 14 by submarine, 1 life lost, CANOVA, 4,637grt, defensively-armed, 24 December 1917, 15 miles South lives lost, WEARSIDE, 3,560grt, defensively-armed, 25 October 1917, 3 miles W by (p.) means the ship was taken as prize (included in ships & tonnage lost). by submarine, POMERANIAN, 4,241grt, defensively-armed, 15 April 1918, 9 miles NW by without warning and sunk by submarine, WAVERLEY, 3,853grt, defensively-armed, 20 December 1917, 33 miles NE submarine, 4 lives lost, NINETTA, sailing vessel, 7grt, 18 May 1918, 22 miles SE by S from Cape submarine, 3 lives without warning by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 16, CONINGBEG, 1,279grt, December 1917, Irish Sea, possibly torpedoed to Part 2, WW1 from Inistrahull LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by S from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, GRANTLEYHALL, 4,008grt, defensively-armed, 23 December 1917, 5 miles Nantucket Island, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Master prisoner, EMBLETON, 5,377grt, defensively-armed, 11 September 1917, 150 miles W 44 lives lost, MEXICO CITY, 5,078grt, defensively-armed, 5 February 1918, 15 miles W submarine, 19 lives � W from Casablanca, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Legend (d.) means the ship was damaged. submarine, 29 lives by submarine, sunk by gunfire, KASSANGA, 3,015grt, defensively-armed, 20 March 1918, 23 miles SE by Valencia, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 1 life submarine, 29 lives lost, ELSIE BIRDETT, sailing vessel, 90grt, April 1918, off Canary Islands, submarine, 11 by submarine, sunk by gunfire, ARDGLAMIS, 4,540grt, defensively-armed, 9 November 1917, 125 miles from Madeira, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 1 life from S Cheek, Robin Rood Bay, torpedoed without warning without warning and sunk by submarine, 33 lives lost submarine, 2 lives lost, THORSA, 1,319grt, defensively-armed, 2 May 1918, 3 miles NNW from SE from Butt of Lewis, torpedoed without warning and sunk 3� submarine, HERON BRIDGE, 2,420grt, defensively-armed, 16 May 1918, 320 miles E by beached, wreck, 7 lives lost including Master, LOUGH FISHER, 418grt, defensively-armed, 30 March 1918, 12 miles SSE North from C Serrat, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost, PEERLESS, 3,112grt, defensively-armed, 4 September 1917, 60 miles SW sunk by submarine, LIMESFIELD, 427grt, 7 February 1918, 24 miles SE by E from Douglas, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 26 lives by S from Fowey, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, LARGO, 1,764grt, defensively-armed, 27 February 1918, 12 miles West 10 prisoners, TOWNELEY, 2,476grt, defensively-armed, 31 January 1918, 18 miles NE � SE from Cape de Gata, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 25 submarine, 14 lives submarine, TEWFIKIEH, 2,490grt, defensively-armed, 9 June 1918, 115 miles WNW from including Master, EASTLANDS, 3,113grt, defensively-armed, 25 January 1918, 13 miles NW lives lost including Master, KEMPOCK, 255grt, defensively-armed, 30 April 1918, 6� miles SE by S TOLEDO, 1,159grt, 5 October 1917, Baltic, reported as destroyed to Dover Harbour, mined and sunk, ITINDA, 5,251grt, defensively-armed, 10 May 1918, 40 miles N from miles North from St Valery (en Caux), captured by Finisterre, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 4 submarine, 2 lives lost, AXMINSTER, 1,905grt, defensively-armed, 13 November 1917, off Pakefield submarine, 2 lives lost, BENHA, Egyptian sailing vessel, 95grt, 28 September 1918, off Ras el capture by Bolsheviks, SURADA, 324grt, defensively-armed, 2 November 1918, Port Said swept Shapinsay Sound, mined and sunk, 1 life lost, PARKMILL, 1,316grt, defensively-armed, 10 September 1917, , rachel_riley33. by submarine, 15 capture, date not known, listed as approx 10, OBSIDIAN, 742grt, April 1918, Baltic, reported as sunk to avoid by submarine, not known how sunk, date not known, listed lost, FERRONA, 4,591grt, defensively-armed, 28 October 1917, 7 miles NE from Farn Islands, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Germany had a policy of unrestricted submarine warfare, allowing armed merchant ships, not passenger ships, to be torpedoed without warning. submarine, SPARKLING FOAM, sailing vessel, 199grt, 15 March 1918, 9 miles S by E warning and sunk by submarine, 32 lives lost, GRELDON, 3,322grt, defensively-armed, 8 October 1917, 7 miles ENE miles NNE from Muckle Flugga, captured by submarine, sunk lost including as 10, TEELIN HEAD, 1,718grt, defensively-armed, 21 January 1918, 12 miles Master, PESHAWUR, 7,634grt, defensively-armed, 9 October 1917, 7 miles SE � E S from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk lost, OOPACK, 3,883grt, defensively-armed, 4 October 1918, 110 miles East lost, PERSEVERANCE, sailing vessel, 118grt, 23 September 1917, 14 miles NW miles SSE from Dungeness, torpedoed without warning and Ann's Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by by submarine, 24 submarine, 20 lives lost submarine, 24 ATLAS, 989grt, defensively-armed, 13 November 1917, 5 miles SE from Hartland Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by prisoner. lives lost including submarine, 2 lives lost, ANTWERPEN, 1,637grt, defensively-armed, 18 November 1917, 2 miles SSW by E � E from Cape Sigli, torpedoed without warning and by N � N from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and All Rights Reserved. from S Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, torpedoed without warning As a result, Germany declared the waters surrounding the British Isles a war zone and stopped following international naval “prize laws,” which warned ships of a submarine’s presence. torpedoed submarine, 1 life lost, ARTESIA, 2,762grt, defensively-armed, 8 February 1918, 190 miles E by N Ambassador Mrs. Whitelaw Reid christening the vessel. submarine, ALLANTON, 4,253grt, defensively-armed, 3 January 1918, 20 miles North Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 submarine, 29 lives lost West from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk submarine, 1 life lost, MESABA, 6,833grt, defensively-armed, 1 September 1918, 21 miles E � N miles ESE from Ushinish Lighthouse, South Uist, mined and Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by SE by S from Cape de Gata, torpedoed without warning and submarine, 1 life lost, BRISTOL CITY, 2,511grt, defensively armed, 16 December 1917, Atlantic, � W from Strumble Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk the Runnelstone, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by The disaster immediately strained relations between Germany and the neutral United States, fueled anti-German sentiment and set off a chain of events that eventually led to the United States entering World War I. Germany broke naval rules.Lusitania, owned by the Cunard Shipping Line, was launched in 1906 to carry passengers on transatlantic voyages. submarine, 8 lives lost, APAPA, 7,832grt, defensively-armed, 28 November 1917, 3 miles N by E lives lost including Master, BAYGITANO, 3,073grt, defensively-armed, 18 March 1918, 1� miles SW from by S from Cape Passero, torpedoed without warning and sunk Master, EAGLE, 182grt, 4 December 1917, 10 miles South from Start Point, by N � N from Kish LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by sunk by submarine, not known how sunk, date uncertain, from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Bull Point, Rathlin, mined and sunk, NUCERIA, 4,702grt, defensively-armed, 2 October 1917, 120 miles W � N by N � N from Pantellaria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 18 torpedoed without warning by submarine, date uncertain, � S from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Vessels Lost at Sea, 1914-1918", submarine, 3 lives lost, LUDOVICOS, sailing vessel, 50grt, apprx, 1 October 1917, Mediterranean, by submarine, 8 lives lost, MONTEBELLO, 4,324grt, defensively-armed, 21 June 1918, 320 miles W � lives lost, STAITHES, 336grt, 21 September 1918, 1� miles SE by � S from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by EMMA, sailing vessel, 73grt, 5 September 1917, 8 miles N by W from Sept Iles, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire. NNE from St Ives, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, including Master, BAMSE, 958grt, defensively-armed, 17 April 1918, 15 miles W by N from including Master, LUXEMBOURG, from Cape Bon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost, RUNSWICK, 3,060grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1918, 3 miles North submarine, 5 lives lost, CLAN FORBES, 3,946grt, defensively-armed, 9 June 1918, 115 miles WNW Marsa Susa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 miles NNE from Pendeen Lighthouse, mined and sunk, VIENNA, 4,170grt, defensively-armed, 11 September 1917, 340 miles W � submarine, ROB ROY, sailing vessel, 112grt, 26 January 1918, 20 miles SW from St from Skokham Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by miles SE � S from Ballycottin Id, torpedoed without of Man, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, BEN REIN, 212grt, 7 February 1918, 35 miles N � W from Liverpool, sunk, 27 lives lost submarine, 3 lives lost, LIVONIA, 1,879grt, defensively-armed, 3 December 1917, 4 miles E by N Whitby, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 from Daunts Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by � S from Belle Ile, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives by submarine, 1 life lost, ARGO, 3,071grt, defensively-armed, 24 December 1917, 18 miles NW from and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost, IDAHO, 3,023grt, defensively-armed, 19 August 1918, 120 miles N by W from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from South Stack, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Coningbeg LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by lost including Master, ARNEWOOD, 2,259grt, defensively-armed, 13 December 1917, 4 miles ESE miles N by W from Muckle Flugga, torpedoed without warning warningTorpedo, 3 lives lost, SWIFTSURE, 823grt, defensively-armed, 9 September 1917, , sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost, ELSENA, 335grt, 22 November 1917, 16 miles SE � S from S Arklow LV, by S � S from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by A German U-boat torpedoed the British-owned steamship Lusitania, killing 1,195 people including 128 Americans, on May 7, 1915. North from Alboran Island, torpedoed without warning and N from Newquay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Skulmartin LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by and sunk by and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost, MILLY, 2,964grt, defensively-armed, 6 September 1918, 2� miles W � S from Cape Villano, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, MONTFORT, 6,578grt, defensively-armed, 1 October 1918, 170 miles W by S E from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk Pantellaria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by S from Marittimo, torpedoed without warning and sunk by miles SE from the Lizard, mined and sunk, RYTONHALL, 4,203grt, defensively-armed, 2 September 1917, 105 ENE from Start Pt, torpedoed without warning and sunk by SE � E from Cape Colonne, torpedoed without warning and lost including Master, CITY OF GLASGOW, 6,545grt, defensively-armed, 1 September 1918, 21 Catherines, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, LOUIE BELL, sailing vessel, 118grt, 26 January 1918, 15 miles North from Start Point, mined and sunk, 20 lives lost, EZEL, sailing vessel, 163grt, 8 September 1917, � N from Skerryvore, torpedoed without warning and sunk by torpedoed without warning, date uncertain, listed as 7th, gunfire, PERRITON, sailing vessel, 90grt, 29 January 1918, 20 miles E � S from 270 Civilian 1943 Australia AHS Centaur – A hospital ship attacked and sunk by a Japanese submarine on 16 May 1943 off Queensland, Australia.Of the 332 medical personnel and crew aboard, 268 died. submarine, not known how sunk, date uncertain, listed as submarine, SANTA ISABEL, 2,023grt, defensively-armed, 14 April 1918, 15 miles West submarine, 9 lives lost, ALICE MARIE, 2,210grt, defensively-armed, 19 December 1917, 6 miles NW by N � N from Cape Villano, torpedoed without warning sunk by submarine, COLORADO, 7,165grt, defensively-armed, 20 October 1917, 1� miles East � S from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by without warning by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 18, CLAN CAMERON, 3,595grt, defensively-armed, 22 December 1917, 23 miles South from Skulmartin LV, torpedoed without warning and S from Sunk LV, mined and sunk, GEFION, 1,123grt, 25 October 1917, 10 miles NE from Berry Head, miles from Kirkalister Lighthouse, Bressay, mined and sunk, LUXEMBOURG, submarine, 4 lives lost, PENHALLOW, 4,318grt, defensively-armed, 12 June 1918, 52 miles N by W Cape Granitola, Sicily, torpedoed without warning and sunk submarine, 40 lives sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost, MADAME MIDAS, ex-Duva, 1,203grt, defensively-armed, 23 March 1918, 38 and sunk by They warned potential travelers that “vessels flying the flag of Great Britain or of any of her allies are liable to destruction” and should be avoided. lives lost including Master, ZILLAH, 3,788grt, defensively-armed, 22 October 1917, 25 miles NE torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost, GLYNN, sailing vessel, 60grt, 5 September 1917, 32 miles NW from Les from Bishop Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, MINNEHAHA, 13,714grt, defensively-armed, 7 September 1917, 12 miles Lusitania- British passenger ship. by submarine, 16 Cape Bon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, PORT HARDY, 6,533grt, defensively-armed, 6 July 1918, 78 miles W by N submarine, 3 lives lost, WIMMERA, 3,022grt, 26 June 1918, 24 miles NW � W from Hooper's Point, sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost, CADMUS, 1,879grt, defensively-armed, 18 October 1917, 20 miles S by E Cape Palos, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 13 lives lost including Master, RAPALLO, 3,811grt, defensively-armed, 13 January 1918, 1� miles South South from Planier Island, torpedoed without warning and torpedoed lost including Master, CHICAGO, 7,709grt, defensively-armed, 8 July 1918, 4 miles NE from submarine, 18 lives submarine, 4 lives lost, GREGYNOG, 1,701grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1918, 16 miles SW from including Master, KINGSDYKE, 1,710grt, defensively-armed, 17 January 1918, 20 miles NE sunk by submarine, 24 submarine, 15 lives lost, QUEEN VICTORIA, sailing vessel, 92grt, 9 June 1918, 6 miles SE from submarine, 4 lives lost, AMPLEGARTH, 3,707grt, defensively-armed, 10 May 1918, 1 mile WSW from from St Agnes Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, CELIA, 5,004grt, defensively-armed, 2 February 1918, 44 miles E by N from the Eddystone, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, IVYDENE, 3,541grt, defensively-armed, 17 March 1918, 36 miles NNE from Hartland Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by including Master, ADAMS, 2,223grt, defensively-armed, 17 October 1917, 6 miles SE by E Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 1 life lost, BARROWMORE, 3,832grt, defensively-armed, 19 February 1918, 53 miles Anvil Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost, HEBBURN, 1,938grt, defensively-armed, 25 September 1918, 14 miles South sunk by submarine, 39 YP-383 sunk by collision, 24 November 1944. submarine, SHEAF BLADE, 2,378grt, defensively-armed, 25 October 1917, 13 miles from Tintagell Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by 7 lives lost, CLAN MACNAB, 4,675grt, defensively-armed, 4 August 1918, 14 miles NNW submarine, 1 life lost, CRAYFORD, 1,209grt, defensively-armed, 13 March 1918, 110 miles W by Scarborough, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost, BLAIRHALL, 2,549grt, defensively-armed, 26 July 1918, 3� miles ENE from Bardsey Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by lost, MECHANICIAN, 9,044grt, defensively-armed, 20 January 1918, 8 miles from Cape Serrat, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost, CECIL L SHAVE, sailing vessel, 102grt, March 1918, off the Azores, lost, POLVARTH, 3146grt, defensively-armed, 20 December 1917, 35 miles West lost including Master, ETONIAN, 6,515grt, defensively-armed, 23 March 1918, 34 miles S by E � submarine, 2 lives lost, KILDONAN, 2,118grt, 29 September 1917, 2 miles NNW from Pendeen submarine, 1 life lost, HILDA R, sailing vessel, 100grt, 5 November 1917, 20 miles South from from the Kish LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by sunk by submarine, 14 North from Rathlin Island LH, torpedoed without warning Wimble Shoal Buoy, Cape Hatteras, torpedoed without miles S by E � E from Sydero, Faeroe Islands, captured by by submarine, 1 life lost, ALMERIAN, 3,030grt, defensively-armed, 19 October 1918, 13 miles W by submarine, 17 lives lost, MAID OF HARLECH, sailing vessel, 315grt, 4 February 1918, 46 miles N N from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and and sunk, 6 lives lost, ALMOND BRANCH, 3,461grt, defensively-armed, 27 November 1917, 2 miles Armonia spent a brief time sailing for CSL in ocean service. submarine, 24 lives submarine, IRISTON, 3,221grt, defensively-armed, 24 September 1917, 7 miles S by torpedoed and sunk by from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by sunk by submarine, 1 life lost, DIOMED, 7,523grt, defensively-armed, 21 August 1918, 195 miles ESE from PHILOMEL, 3,050grt, defensively-armed, 16 September 1918, 12 miles SE miles N by W � W from the Skerries, Anglesey, torpedoed lost, ELBA, 1,081grt, defensively-armed, 28 April 1918, 6 miles NW by N

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