|Builder||Bremer Vulkan, Vegesack|
|Operator||Cie. de Navigation Sud-Atlantique, Bordeaux|
|History||Built as Prinz Adalbert for Hamburg-Amerika Linie, Hamburg. Seized at Falmouth. Taken into Admiralty service as a commissioned repair ship and renamed Princetown. In 1915 returned to mercantile service with Gellatly, Hankey & Co. as managers. In 1917, transferred to Cie. de Navigation Sud-Atlantique and renamed Alesia.|
U-boat attacks on Passenger steamer Alesia
|1||5 Sep 1917||UC 69 (Hugo Thielmann)||Damaged||40 miles NW of Ushant||Cardiff - Bordeaux||general cargo and coal|
|sunk next day by UC50|
|2||6 Sep 1917||UC 50 (Rudolf Seuffer)||Sunk||Torpedoed off Ushant||48° 49'N, 5° 00'W|
|Torpedoed the previous day by UC 69|
Position of attack on Alesia
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