Ships hit during WWI

Mountain Laurel

NameMountain Laurel
TypeSailing vessel
GRT705 tons
Country  Norwegian
Built1865
BuilderR. Williamson & Son, Harrington
OperatorKverndahl & Co., Tvedestrand
History

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Mountain Laurel


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
123 Jun 1918UB 73 (Karl Neureuther)Sunk25 miles NW Rathlin
55° 38'N, 6° 38'W
Barrow - Seydisfjord
coal
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Position of attack on Mountain Laurel

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1918 (1).

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