Ships hit during WWI

Caroline Kock

NameCaroline Kock
TypeSailing vessel
GRT316 tons
Country  Danish
Built1902
BuilderBornholms Maskin Fab., Rønne
OperatorH.A. Grube, Marstal
HistoryThree-masted, steel and iron hulled schooner.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Caroline Kock


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
116 Aug 1917U 80 (Gustav Amberger)SunkSunk by gunnery W of the Hebrides. 58.17N, 09.45W per KTB
58° 23'N, 9° 42'W
Fleetwood - Thorshavn
salt
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Position of attack on Caroline Kock

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1917 (1).

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