Ships hit during WWI

Saint Paul

NameSaint Paul
TypeSailing vessel
GRT79 tons
Country  French
Builder?, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
OperatorLa Morue Française, St Pierre, Miquelon
HistoryBuilt as Dora.

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Saint Paul

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
115 Oct 1917U 105 (Friedrich Strackerjan)SunkShelled and sunk W of Bay of Biscay
46° 29'N, 10° 26'W
Fishing Banks - France


Although U105’s KTB states the vessel it sank this day is ROSE, the name of the vessel was SAINT PAUL as confirmed by French records.

Position of attack on Saint Paul


1917 (1).

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