Ships hit during WWI

Champlain

NameChamplain
TypeSteamer
GRT7,418 tons
Country  French
Built1913
BuilderAtel. & Chant. de la Loire, Nantes
OperatorChargeurs RĂ©unis, Havre
HistoryCargo vessel with passenger accomidations.

U-boat attacks on Steamer Champlain


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
121 Aug 1918UB 128 (Wilhelm Canaris)SunkTorpedoed at 01:40am, 124 miles W of Cape Mondego, Portugal
40.10N, 11.42W
Barry - Dakar
coal
0

Captain Ferdinand LECLERC made PoW

Position of attack on Champlain

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1918 (1).

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