Ships hit during WWI


GRT4,880 tons
Country  British
BuilderNorthumberland SB. Co., Ltd., Newcastle
OperatorAnchor Line (Henderson Bros.), Ltd., Glasgow

U-boat attacks on Steamer Tiberia

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
126 Feb 1918U 19 (Johannes Spieß)SunkTorpedoed 1.5 mles E of Black Head, Belfast Lough
54° 47'N, 5° 39'W
Glasgow - New York
general cargo

Tiberia had sailed from Lamlash in convoy OB50 on 26 February 1918 and was straggling, escorted by H.M.S. Daffodil. The convoy was seeking shelter in Belfast Lough when the torpedoing occurred.

Position of attack on Tiberia


1918 (1).

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