Lundy Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, VANDALIA, 7,333grt, defensively-armed, 9 June 1918, 18 miles WNW from from Anvil Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Losses Contents. Sunk by torpedo sent by Germany, resulting in many deaths. from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by � S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk submarine, 1 life lost, ANTAEUS, 3,061grt, defensively-armed, 4 November 1917, 42 miles N by submarine, 5 lives lost, COLEMERE, 2,120grt, defensively-armed, 22 December 1917, 35 miles West warningTorpedo, 3 lives lost, SWIFTSURE, 823grt, defensively-armed, 9 September 1917, NE from Cape Barfleur, torpedoed without warning and sunk from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by by submarine, 35 Nantucket Island, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Laconia was delivered to the Cunard Line on 12 December 1911, and began service on 20 January 1912. submarine, 8 lives from C de las Huertas, torpedoed without warning and sunk lost, GARTHCLYDE, 2,124grt, defensively-armed, 15 October 1917, 12 miles W from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Graciosa, Azores, captured by submarine, sunk by West from Crammock Head, Mull of Galloway, torpedoed from Mine Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, HENLEY, 3,249grt, defensively-armed, 10 April 1918, 25 miles SW � W from Kish LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by E from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Savona, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 August 13, ... Until 1915 these steamers had carried passengers across the Tasman for the Union Steam Ship Company, but as casualties mounted at Gallipoli, the government pressed them into service as hospital ships. submarine, 29 lives lost including Master, GLENARTNEY, 7,263grt, defensively-armed, 5 February 1918, 30 miles NE gunfire, SAINT BARCHAN, 362grt, defensively-armed, 21 October 1918, 4 miles and sunk by submarine, BESSIE STEPHENS, sailing vessel, 119grt, 14 February 1918, 10 miles W � E from Port Said, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Oran, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by and sunk, LORNLON, 1,706grt, defensively-armed, 23 June 1918, 4 miles E by S U-boats played a pivotal role in helping Germany … ENE from Start Pt, torpedoed without warning and sunk by W � W from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and 2 lives lost, BOSCAWEN, 1,936grt, defensively-armed, 21 August 1918, 23 miles WNW Seaham Harbour, torpedoed without warning and sunk by E � E from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Helvick Head, possibly sunk by submarine gunfire, 13 and 2 Gunners prisoners, DRAKE, 2,267grt, defensively-armed, 30 September 1917, 340 miles West from Calf of Man, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk NW by W from Marsa Susa, torpedoed without warning and capture, date not known, listed as approx 10th, MYRTLE BRANCH, 3,741grt, defensively-armed, 11 April 1918, 9 miles NE submarine, 7 lives lost, ANGLO CANADIAN, 4,239grt, defensively-armed, 22 January 1918, 33 miles Pendeen LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, CHRISTIANA DAVIS, sailing vessel, 86grt, 29 April 1918, 8 miles SE by the Skerries, Anglesea, torpedoed without warning and sunk from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost, REMUS, 1,079grt, defensively-armed, 23 February 1918, 6 miles SSW from submarine, not known how sunk, date uncertain, listed as from Marsa Susa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost, WAR HELMET, 8,184grt, defensively-armed, 19 April 1918, 3 miles E by Brighton LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost, NINETTA, sailing vessel, 7grt, 18 May 1918, 22 miles SE by S from Cape lives lost including Master, BUFFALO, 286grt, defensively-armed, 13 September 1918, off Corsewall from St Ives, torpedoed without warning and sunk by miles E by N � N from Cape de Creus, torpedoed without from S Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, torpedoed without warning from the Eddystone, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, IVYDENE, 3,541grt, defensively-armed, 17 March 1918, 36 miles NNE from January 1917, Germans announced that their submarines would sink without warning any ship in the waters around Britain. Wimble Shoal Buoy, Cape Hatteras, torpedoed without sunk by submarine, TROWBRIDGE, 3,712grt, defensively-armed, 14 November 1917, 12 miles including Master, ADAMS, 2,223grt, defensively-armed, 17 October 1917, 6 miles SE by E from Cape Peloro, Sicily, torpedoed without warning and Lyme Regis, torpedoed without warning and sunk by lost, MOLESEY, 3,218grt, defensively-armed, 1 December 1917, 12 miles SW by Channel, near Brest, torpedoed without warning and sunk by lives lost including Master, ROMEO, 1,730grt, defensively-armed, 3 March 1918, 7 miles South from submarine, 1 life lost, KIRKHAM ABBEY, 1,166grt, 27 July 1918, 2 miles NE by E from Winterton, including Master, MOUNTBY, 3,263grt, defensively-armed, 10 June 1918, 8 miles E by S submarine, 10 lives lost Master by submarine, not known how sunk, date not known, listed from Malin Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by by E � E from Cape Sigli, torpedoed without warning and submarine, 7 lives lost, SOUTHBOROUGH, 3,709grt, defensively-armed, 16 July 1918, 5 miles N by 20 by S from Fowey, torpedoed without warning and sunk by � N (true) from Bermuda, torpedoed without warning and S Arklow LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by W � W from Bardsey Island, torpedoed without warning and without warning by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 18, CLAN CAMERON, 3,595grt, defensively-armed, 22 December 1917, 23 miles from Start Pt, torpedoed without warning and sunk by 4 ENE from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by without warning and sunk by submarine, ELIZA ANNE, sailing vessel, 36grt, 17 March 1918, 33 miles S by W � W by submarine, 2 lives lost, BARON HERRIES, 1,610grt, defensively-armed, 22 April 1918, 43 miles N from Pendeen, torpedoed without warning and sunk by ENE from Muckle Flugga, captured by submarine, sunk by lost including Master, ARNEWOOD, 2,259grt, defensively-armed, 13 December 1917, 4 miles ESE WSW from Cape Matapan, torpedoed without warning and sunk from Cape Peloro, Sicily, torpedoed without warning and submarine, 8 lives lost Britannic hit a mine on November 21, 1916; 30 people were killed, but the rest of the crew and passengers were able to escape. submarine, 1 life lost, HILDA R, sailing vessel, 100grt, 5 November 1917, 20 miles South from miles S by E from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without lost, MECHANICIAN, 9,044grt, defensively-armed, 20 January 1918, 8 miles Cape Spartivento, Sardinia, torpedoed without warning and from Scarborough, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, TWEED, 1,777grt, 14 March 1918, 15 miles SSE from Tuskar Rock, from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by by E � E from North Cape, torpedoed without warning and from Dodman Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost by submarine, sunk by gunfire, MAIZAR, 7,293grt, defensively-armed, 30 January 1918, 38 miles N by W sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost, CITY OF WINCHESTER, sailing vessel, 83grt, 28 March 1918, 10 miles NW Brighton LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by lost, ARCA, 4,839grt, defensively-armed, 2 October 1918, 40 miles NW by W E from Mull of Galloway, torpedoed without warning and miles S � E from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk East from Whi by, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, sunk by gunfire, KENMARE, 1,330grt, defensively-armed, 2 March 1918, 25 miles NW from by submarine, 25 sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost, MADAME MIDAS, ex-Duva, 1,203grt, defensively-armed, 23 March 1918, 38 from Canet Point, Valencia, torpedoed without warning and from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by by submarine, 7 lives lost, CLAN MACDOUGALL, 4,710grt, defensively-armed, 15 March 1918, 60 miles by W from Cape Ivi, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, STANDISH HALL, 3,996grt, defensively-armed, 4 February 1918, 38 miles � N from Skerryvore, torpedoed without warning and sunk by S from Licata, Sicily, mined and sunk, EMILY MILLINGTON, sailing vessel, 111grt, 20 October 1918, 13 miles including Master, DOWNSHIRE, 368grt, defensively-armed, 21 September 1918, 8 miles ESE Sharpnose, N Devon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by lives lost, ELIZABETH, sailing vessel, 49grt, 8 September 1917, 12 miles E by S including Master, BANGARTH, 1,872grt, defensively-armed, 13 December 1917, 13 miles NNE from Coningbeg LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by by submarine, sunk by gunfire, ARDGLAMIS, 4,540grt, defensively-armed, 9 November 1917, 125 miles from Loop Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Master prisoner, EMBLETON, 5,377grt, defensively-armed, 11 September 1917, 150 miles W West from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk gunfire, T R THOMPSON, 3,538grt, defensively-armed, 29 March 1918, 7 miles warning and sunk by submarine, MABEL BAIRD, 2,500grt, defensively-armed, 22 December 1917, 4 miles WSW Unrestricted Submarine Warfare. lost including Master, FISCUS, 4,782grt, defensively-armed, 20 December 1917, 10 miles NNE submarine, LUGANO, 3,810grt, defensively-armed, 2 October 1917, 2 miles SW from submarine, 22 lives lost captured submarine, PERA, 7,635grt, defensively-armed, 19 October 1917, 105 miles E � N lives lost, PRINCESS MAUD, 1,566grt, defensively-armed, 10 June 1918, 5 miles NE by miles WNW from Marittimo, torpedoed without warning and from Shershel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Suda Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by from Godrevy LH, torpedoed without warning and sunk by � E from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by by submarine, 21 lives lost Master or gunner prisoner, DRONNING MAUD, 2,663grt, defensively-armed, 22 April 1918, 65 miles N � W from Cape Spartivento, Sardinia, torpedoed without including Master, ROBERT MORRIS, sailing vessel, 146grt, 20 November 1917, 155 miles WSW torpedoed without warning, date uncertain, listed as 7th, by submarine, 95 from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by miles from Kirkalister Lighthouse, Bressay, mined and sunk, LUXEMBOURG, S from Gibraltar, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost, GREATHAM, 2,338grt, defensively-armed, 22 January 1918, 3 miles SE from by E from St Catherines, torpedoed without warning and submarine, GLENART CASTLE, hospital ship, 6,824grt, 26 February 1918, 10 miles submarine, 3 lives lost, HAWANEE, sailing vessel, 124grt, 8 October 1918, 350 miles West (true) and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost, HERDIS, 1,157grt, defensively-armed, 29 June 1918, 7 miles SE by S from lle de Sein, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Cape Antifer, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Port Said, torpedoed without warning and sunk by by submarine, ROMANY, 3,983grt, defensively-armed, 27 April 1918, 47 miles SW by W lives lost including Master, ESKMERE, 2,293grt, defensively-armed, 13 October 1917, 15 miles WNW NW by N � N from Cape Villano, torpedoed without warning N from Les Hanois, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, ROBERT BROWN, sailing vessel, 119grt, 19 November 1917, 25 miles WNW Mull of Galloway, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Lusitania. South from Skulmartin LV, torpedoed without warning and submarine, 2 lives lost, KILDONAN, 2,118grt, 29 September 1917, 2 miles NNW from Pendeen by W from Calf of Man, torpedoed without warning and sunk submarine, 10 lives lost, AVANTI, 2,128grt, 2 February 1918, 4 miles SE by E from St Albans JavaScript does not appear to be enabled in your browser. by N � N from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and Shapinsay Sound, mined and sunk, 1 life lost, PARKMILL, 1,316grt, defensively-armed, 10 September 1917, , � S from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by Ancestry.com offers a search engine that may help connect a particular service person with a troopship. submarine, 10 lives lost, RUTH HICKMAN, sailing vessel, 417grt, 24 May 1918, 60 miles NNW (true) SE from Tuskar 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 from Sleat Point, Skye, mined and sunk, VOLNAY, 4,610grt, defensively-armed, 14 December 1917, 2 miles E by S sunk by submarine, MELANIE, 2,996grt, defensively-armed, 16 June 1918, 2 miles East from S miles SSE from Dungeness, torpedoed without warning and lives lost including Master, PORT CAMPBELL, 6,230grt, defensively-armed, 7 April 1918, 115 miles submarine, BURNSTONE, 2,340grt, defensively-armed, 19 March 1918, 44 miles N from submarine, 13 lives sunk by submarine, 43 sunk, 27 lives lost STUDY. lost including Master, TURNBRIDGE, 2,874grt, defensively-armed, 24 December 1917, 34 miles submarine, CLIFTONDALE, 3,811grt, defensively-armed, 25 December 1917, 36 miles Last Russian Czar/Tsar. submarine, 5 lives lost, POLO, 2,915grt, defensively-armed, 12 February 1918, 6 miles SE by E Arthur Zimmermann, circa 1910. south from Dodman Point, torpedoed without warning and from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by 10 prisoners, TOWNELEY, 2,476grt, defensively-armed, 31 January 1918, 18 miles NE � Killing seven sailors warships, submarines, tankers, cargo, passenger troopships. 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