|GRT||11,899 tons (one of the largest ships hit)|
|Builder||John Brown & Co., Ltd., Clydebank, Glasgow|
|Operator||International Navigation Co., Ltd., Liverpool|
U-boat attacks on Passenger steamer Southland
|1||2 Sep 1915||UB 14 (Heino von Heimburg)||Damaged||Seriously damaged off Strati Island en route to Mudros||Alexandria - Mudros||0|
|2||4 Jun 1917||U 70 (Otto Wünsche)||Sunk||140 miles NW1/2W of Tory Island||56° 10'N, 12° 14'W||Liverpool - Philadelphia||general cargo||4|
Position of attack on Southland
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