|Builder||Fleming & Ferguson, Paisley|
U-boat attacks on Navy trawler Thomas Collard
|1||1 Mar 1918||U 19 (Johannes Spieß)||Sunk||off Rathlin Island||55° 25'N, 6° 15'W||0|
|With the armed merchant cruiser Calgarian, one of the escorts for a convoy. The Thomas Collard was alongside the torpedoed Calgarian when a second and third torpedo struck the larger vessel. The force of the explosions pushed in the side and bottom plates of the trawler, causing flooding that eventually sank the vessel.|
Position of attack on Thomas Collard
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